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

791 products

42,535 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Neutrogena Reviews

Sunscreen -Neutrogena -Sheer Zinc Sunscreen Face Lotion SPF 50

on 9/22/2018 4:43:00 AM

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Sticky, thickly and eye irritating, be careful if you have oily and sensitive skin.



Cleansers -Neutrogena -Deep Clean Purifying Micellar Cleansing Water

I expected so much more from this, since I like Neutrogena products in general. The biggest disappointment about this product for me is how much it stings my eyes...since it is promoted (right on the packaging) as a cleanser for waterproof makeup, including waterproof mascara. Nope. This isn't gentle, makes my eyes burn, and doesn't even remove makeup well. It's well-priced, I'll give it that much, but there are many other options at the same drugstore price point. I've been on an on-going search for the perfect makeup remover, and this is far from it. Won't re-purchase, and won't even finish the bottle I have. Big thumbs down.

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Hair Treatments -Neutrogena -T/Gel

Okay, I feel like a real jerk for not reviewing this years ago :/

I used to have such bad, flaky psoriasis on my scalp. So bad. I would get little specks on my shoulders. I would shake off my cardigan and it would look like snow. It was really gross and embarrassing.... If I were shopping and saw a clothing item I liked, I would purposely get a lighter colour and never black because I knew it would show.

I tried a few different things. Clarifying shampoo. Head and Shoulders ( i know, I know), etc. Ages ago I used a tar shampoo but it stained my light hair a bit and it smelt awful. Also, for some reason when I wanted to cave and buy that shampoo I couldn't find it anywhere.

So everyone recommended T-gel. I gave it a shot. I used the extra strength. The first day, I saw improvement. Not perfect, but maybe a good 60% reduction in flaking. Second wash, 80%, and by the third wash I couldn't even tell I had psoriasis. It wasn't itchy. It wasn't flaky. I basically do not shed at all. I have used this for about 4 years now and it has never failed me.

I have curly hair, so I only wash my hair once or twice a week. This product is still just as effective for me. I don't find it too drying or any ill-effects. It also does not smell amazing- very moth ball, but I find it goes away. I shampoo with my regular shampoo, then rub this into my scalp for at least 30 seconds. I let it sit for about 5 minutes or so (I also put a conditioning treatment on my ends during this time). Wash my body, shave etc whatever and then rinse out both this shampoo and the conditioner, then I just add a little bit of regular conditioner to my ends to make sure they don't get dry, rinse, done :) After styling etc there's no moth ball smell, for me at least.

I will say that one time my local drug store was out of the extra strength so I got regular. It worked okay, but I could tell the difference. I would say it felt about 30% less effective. If you have psoriasis, give this a try. It is a godsend to me. I will repurchase this forever.

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Cleansers -Neutrogena -Make-up Remover Cleansing Towelettes

on 9/19/2018 6:31:00 PM

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I don't often use disposable cleansing wipes - only if I'm travelling or when I'm really tired and want to get my makeup and day grime off quickly. I've had these wipes in past and they always dried out before I could finish them, as have other brands. Now I see that there is the option to buy these in a refillable plastic container that does help considerably to keep the cloths moist. Yes, they are scented but the fragrance doesn't bother my nose or my skin. They are often on sale, as are the 3-pack refills. I am happy to repurchase these - they're inexpensive, reasonably effective and easy and if you're flying and want to take carry-on only, these help minimize the # and amount of liquids you need to take with you.


Moisturizers -Neutrogena -Hydro Boost Water Gel

on 9/19/2018 1:09:00 AM

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(A short-and-sweet summary at the bottom for those who don't want to read this long review)
Neutrogena's Hydro Boost Water Gel is versatile and glides onto the skin nicely. The texture of this moisturizer is typical to gel moisturizers and the viscosity is a bit runny (I recommend sitting this product right-side-up if you buy it online, so all the product sits down and nothing spills). One thing that saddens me about this product is that it is around $15-20 USD. I find this product runs out after around 2 months with daily use.

This product comes in a tub, usually with a white top and a blue container. You can use up ALL of the product due to the setup! I find nothing is wasted. This DOES have a scent, which may or may not be, too strong (in my opinion, it is not AND the scent goes away upon application!!). I LOVE the scent of this moisturizer!! But this might be a deal breaker for many people. If you have tried Neutrogena's Hydro Boost face mask, then it's the same exact scent (albeit stronger because it's a mask). It could be beneficial to you to try the mask for the scent. Also, this moisturizer is quite hydrating so it may need a few minutes to dry.

I will say that I have repurchased this product 2-3 times already by the time I wrote this, so I have experimented a lot with it. My face has combination skin; cheeks are dry, the area near my eyes are normal and my t-zone is oily. This moisturizer is light-weight, and since it is a gel-type, you can easily make the mistake of putting on too much. A little goes a long way and ESPECIALLY for oily skin. If a lot is applied onto oily skin, then the skin will seem very shiny. This is not a look that I strive for at all, so dipping a finger on the surface of the gel and then applying that small amount onto the skin is a good way to not over saturate the skin. If that's not enough, you can always layer on more.

On the other hand, you can apply this moisturizer to dry skin by applying on more! This moisturizer, if you have normal-to-combination type skin, is perfect. (There's a version for dryer skin but this isn't the review for that nor have I tried it). For me, my cheeks have developed to be more dryer. Because of this, my routine has includes adding oil to my moisturizer and then onto my cheeks. For those with dryer skin, this may not be what you're looking for. So yes, I'm saying it might not be enough hydration for dry skin. If your skin leans more on normal but still dry, then I think this product could work. This combination of moisturizer-and-oil also works well with this product; the gel moisturizer binds to the oil well. I have not applied oil to the whole tub, but instead apply to the small amount I need (because my combination skin requires me to use the product as-is).

I do have ONE sensitive area on my face. This product does make the area around my nostrils burn if I apply A LOT. This area is the most sensitive area of my face, it happens with most products. I avoid this by adding a light amount to the area (and also adding a bit of oil to the moisturizer prior).

Do I recommend this product? Yes. Like I said, I have combination skin and I make this product work for me.

Summary: This is a good moisturizer for combination skin, especially oily-to-normal (I explain about dry skin later in this paragraph). Price point is around $15 to $20 USD (I wish it was cheaper) and I restock around 2 months with daily use (I CAN'T skip a day, my face doesn't react well). It should be used lightly on the skin, especially with oily skin. Layering is important when it comes to this product; less is more!! Moisturizer has a scent; might be a deal-breaker for you (there's a face-mask within the same line you can try and it has the same scent). Scent goes away upon application. Dryer skin may need an additive like oil (I use an oil for the dryer parts of my face) but the moisturizer adheres to the oil well. (There is a version of this moisturizer for dryer skin). Overall, I recommend this product!!

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