Neutrogena

Neutrogena is an American brand of skin care, hair care and cosmetics, that is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. According to product advertising at their website, Neutrogena products are distributed in more than 70 countries. Neutrogena was founded in 1930 by Emanuel Stolaroff, and was originally a cosmetics company named Natone. It is now part of the United States-based Johnson & Johnson conglomerate, which bought the independent company in 1994.(wikipedia.com)
https://www.neutrogena.com/

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3.6

778 products

42,274 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Neutrogena Reviews

Moisturizers -Neutrogena -Hydro Boost Gel-Cream Extra Dry Skin

on 2/19/2018 2:15:00 PM

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I tried this moisturizer for a week. What I did was use a small amount and pat it on damp skin then lock everything in with my usual lotion/moisturizer. Result was pretty bad, skin was drier and tighter. Some redness and whiteheads appeared. I then tried using my usual moisturizer without adding the Hydro Boost Gel-Cream underneath for another week and the difference was noticeable. My skin wasn't dry or tight. It felt comfortable like it used to be before adding this product! So I'm now back to my usual routine.

Do take note I'm not using any active and it's the end of winter here but it's not that cold/harsh. Maybe this will work better during very hot/humid summer. But for me that's useless to use it for only one part of a season since I wouldn't be able to finish the whole jar. Honestly, I wouldn't repurchase as I noticed an increase of clogged pores/whiteheads and also the constant redness and skin that felt uncomfortable. This product didn't help with hydration at all. The texture of this moisturizer is the only positive thing as it glides on easily and absorbs well.

Ingredients: Water, Dimethicone, Glycerin, Cetearyl Olivate, Polyacrylamide, Sorbitan Olivate, Phenoxyethanol, Dimethicone/vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Synthetic Beeswax, C13-14 isoparafin, Dimethiconol, Carbomer, Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Chlorphenesin, Laureth-7, Sodium Hyaluronate, Ethylhexylglycerin, C12-14 pareth-12, Sodium Hydroxide

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Moisturizers -Neutrogena -Visibly Clear Oil-Free Moisturiser

on 2/18/2018 2:35:00 AM

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This is a very good basic moisturizer for oily skin, it sinks into the skin well and leaves a matte finish, it did not break me out at all, the only thing I noticed is that it stings a bit around the eyes, but I stopped using it around the eyes. Wears well under make up. Will buy again

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Moisturizers -Neutrogena -Hydro Boost Water Gel

on 2/18/2018 2:29:00 AM

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Good basica moisturizer, it sinks well into the skin and does not leave a residue, it did not break mea out and I have acnee prone skin. Goes well under make up.

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Moisturizers -Neutrogena -Healthy Skin Anti-Wrinkle Cream - Night

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I forgot my usual Rite-Aid generic version of Neutrogena's Ageless Intensives Deep Wrinkle Moisture Night Cream when I went on vacation recently, and bought this at a Walgreen's thinking it was the same product. It's definitely not.

I used this for two months, and my skin never looked as good while using it as it does with the the generic Rite-Aid Ageless Intensives Deep Wrinkle Moisture Night Cream -- my skin was not as bright and clear, and while I don't have any real wrinkles to speak of, the few I have around my eyes were more visible while using this than when I use my Rite-Aid product. I'm not sure that this product has enough retinol in it to speak of, and none of the rest of the ingredients are worth paying for without the retinol.

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Sunscreen -Neutrogena -Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunblock SPF 30

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My face, neck and chest are super sensitive to chemical sunscreens, but the rest of me is usually more forgiving, so I borrowed some of this from my brother while we were on vacation recently.

Bad idea. The scent was my first clue; a very chemical, harsh scent that didn't fade at all. Then I noticed that the skin on my arms felt tight and sticky, so sticky that I was careful not to let them touch the black leather interior of my car (more on that in a sec). Within a few minutes, my arms were burning and stinging, and as I got hot and began to sweat, the chemical scent and the stinging and burning got worse.

But that's not the worst part: I was wearing a watch with a leather band, and two sterling silver bracelets that day. When I took them off that night, it never occurred to me that I should wash them. The next day, I realized that the watchband was discolored, and that my silver bracelets had turned a dull charcoal gray. It took a professional cleaning to get them back in shape.

The jeweler who cleaned my bracelets knew immediately what had caused the discoloration -- she rattled off the name of this one and several store generics that have basically the same formulation -- and told me that I was lucky that it hadn't destroyed the stones in the rings I had on that day. She said that she'd seen soft stones like turquoise, onyx, opal and coral ruined by the chemicals in this type of sunblock.

Now back to the car seats -- my family is in the car business, and we buy cars at auction. Some auctions sell rental cars, usually the premium rentals (Cadillacs, Lincolns) with less that 30k miles, and at most three years old. About ten years ago, we started noticing that a lot of these cars that had served airports in Florida and other beach destinations had discolored driver's side door panels/upholstery, and steering wheels that were a discolored mess, with peeling or cracked finishes. It didn't click with us that sunblock was to blame until one of my brother's friends told us that he had to pay a restoration fee on a rental car he'd used in Florida for a couple weeks. He'd used sunblock every day, and noticed that his hands were sticky and that little flecks of the leather on the steering wheel were coming off on his hands, but didn't put the two together until someone at the rental car office asked him if he'd used sunblock, and if he'd washed his hands afterward. Turns out it is well-known fact in the rental car industry in Florida that the chemicals in these Helioplex and/or Dry-Touch sunblocks will destroy upholstery and plastics. Eeeewww!

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