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Monday, January 21, 2013

Moisturizing...jeans?

Now I love a good multi-tasking product as much as the next beauty fiend, but what do you think of this one?

image source: Vogue UK
 Wrangler Denim Spa Jeans

Launching in the UK at the end of January, Wrangler has created "the first pair of moisturizing jeans," according to Vogue UK. Priced at £85 (about $135 in the US), they'll be available on Asos.com and will come in three varieties: Aloe Vera, Olive Extract and Smooth Legs (anti-cellulite). 

Apparently the effect will last "up to 15 days" but you'll be able to purchase a seperate "reload spray" that will last "between 67 and 95 wears."

What do you think of these new "moisturizing jeans"?

23 COMMENTS:

  1. I like the concept of these but for $135, I'd rather just buy lotion.

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  2. Interesting idea but I can't say I don't find it ridiculous. That's what lotion is for!

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  3. A few years ago I read that in Japan, moisturizing tights were available, and they were developing tights with mosquito repellent and sunscreen also. Moisturizing tights make more sense than jeans.

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  4. That sounds totally gross to me. Just another gimmick to sell expensive jeans to crazy women.

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  5. So... what??? Do you have to wear them every day? I think I will pass!

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  6. Yeah...no thanks, haha. This just seems gimmicky to me.

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  7. Those are just like the socks you can get that are supposed to be infused with aloe vera and vitamin E. I think its silly though, why not just buy lotion?

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  8. I have to agree with the first comment! I think it's honestly a great idea because I am sometimes rushing and forget lotion, but for $135, I will just take a few minutes to apply some lotion. LOL!

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  9. My boyfriend said, "You can give me a dollar everyday & I'll moisturize your legs for you" .. lol!

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    1. LMAO! Moisturizing jeans sound too weird to me. I'll ask my husband what he thinks of this idea though ;-)

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  10. That is ridiculous. It's so ridiculous I almost feel insulted that they think I would buy it! :P

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  11. Too funny! Way too much $ and wouldn't they feel kind of sticky on your skin?
    No thank you! I'll also just go with lotion.

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  12. I don't get the point of buying the jeans and having the moisturizing effect only work for 15 days, and then you have to buy a reload spray. If it's only going to be 15 days of use, the reload spray should come with them, especially at $135 a pop.

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  13. P.T. Barnum: There's a sucker born every minute. Enuf said.

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  14. Moist and jeans don't sound right together.

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  15. I actually heard it wasn't for just 15 days...it was 4-6 washes. So depending on how often you wash your jeans (I don't wash mine often to preserve the fit and the wash), it's expensive, but not as expensive as it sounds.

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  16. It would make more sense to buy the spray and spray it on jeans u already have.

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  17. So what happens when you wash them? Or if you live in a humid environment? I have this horrible image of myself walking around in our lovely Florida swampiness with moisturizing goo running down my legs inside my jeans! haha

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  18. This sounds gross. I don't want them. I don't want to be friends with women who wear them. #kidding However, if my friend was wearing them, she could not get in my car. Yuck!

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  19. I had moisturizing cuddle- dud pjs someone bought me for Christmas axfew years ago.. a tank top and thermal pants- the fabric itself was soft and comfy but I can't say I noticed any skin moisturizing..

    As far as the jeans go, if they fit amazingly, I'd spend $135 but I wouldn't buy them just as a gimmick bc they moisturize!! Plus who knows what kind of chemicals your smothering your skin in all day?!?

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