The Talk: Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer Review & Morning Rush Advice


The Talk: Morning Rush Advice

Do you have trouble getting through your to do list each day? No matter how overwhelmed you feel, the women from The Talk said you should find some time for yourself. To help streamline the morning rush, lifestyle expert Jenn Falik talked to Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen, sharing a Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer review.

The Talk: Prep Your Closet


The Talk: Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer Review & Morning Rush Advice

On The Talk, two busy moms competed in a speed dressing race, and Jenn Falik shared her Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer review, along with morning advice.

With Daylight Saving Time just arriving, Jenn said that the complaint she hears from women most often is that mornings are a chaotic struggle.

One of her strategies is to prep your closet. She said you can set aside a section of your closet where you assemble a handful of outfits, each on one hanger. That can save you time by just grabbing one hanger that has your clothes for a day.


The Talk: Black Flats

Jenn said that women should also keep black flats in her closet. You can wear them with anything, you don’t need socks, and they are easy to get you out the door at the last minute.

The Talk: Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer Review

Choose time-saving beauty products such as Vaseline instead of lotion as a faster solution. The company has created Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer, which absorbs within a few seconds. She promised that it would not leave your skin sticky or greasy, and you can get dressed immediately afterward.

The Talk: Speed Dressing Game

To try out Jenn’s tips, two moms from the audience competed in a Speed Dressing Game. Mom Erin has three kids, including eight-year-old twins. She was competing with Emily, who has two young kids and said that she struggles to make time for her beauty routine.

The Talk: Speed Dressing Race

The women had to race to spray themselves with moisturizer before dressing in a blouse, skinny jeans, and black flats. Whoever could do the job first would win a $2000 shopping spree.

It was a very close race, but it came down to the skinny jeans, and Erin was the victor. That $2000 should go a long way toward freshening a wardrobe, and Emily also went home with $500 for a shopping trip of her own.


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