So, for about a year, I've been using safflower oil after showering--I read about it somewhere & decided to give it a try.
I have very sensitive skin and it has always been on the oily side, so I never bothered with lotions until I was over 40. But as I get older, it's getting more and more dry, so I need it now. Oil seals in moisture very well after a bath or shower, and safflower oil has essentially no smell, and I've not had any reactions from it (I'm usually allergic to scents.)
I re-stocked yesterday and 24 ounces was only $3.34 (and it will likely last me at least half a year.) This cost less than a third of what a bottle of Neutrogena fragrance-free sesame oil costs. Works the same, too.
Oh, you buy it in the grocery section where the cooking oils are. I've never used it for cooking, though.