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

787 products

42,431 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Neutrogena Reviews

Sunscreen -Neutrogena -Age Shield Face- SPF 110 waterproof

on 6/22/2018 8:20:00 PM

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it can cause an allergic reaction on sensitive skin



Cleansers -Neutrogena -Rapid Clear Oil-Control Foaming Cleanser- New

on 6/22/2018 4:25:00 PM

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great orange scent, thick/rich lather and truly controls my greasy/acne prone skin without irritating it or causing any sort of pain as I have terribly sensitive skin. for the price this is my go-to cleanser.


Lotions/ Creams -Neutrogena -Norwegian Formula Hand Cream - Fragrance Free

on 6/20/2018 2:59:00 PM

Glad I read the MUA reviews and took the advice to buy this hand cream. It's pretty much perfect for me. It's hydrating but not greasy or sticky. It doesn't seem to be super moisturizing on its own, but it does a great job locking in residual moisture if you apply it just after washing your hands. It comes in a small, "purse-sized" tube that only cost me about $4/2 oz. It's easy to find in several local drugstores and grocery stores. And it is truly fragrance free.


Sunscreen -Neutrogena -Sheer Zinc Sunscreen Face Lotion SPF 50

on 6/20/2018 6:16:00 AM

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The other reviewers are right - this formula is thick and hard to spread. I wish Neutrogena would spend more time perfecting the formula. However, this has a very high percentage of zinc oxide, which is the best UV blocker, protection, stability, tolerance. It’s not super easy to find an all Physical sun screen with 20% ZO.

I save this for days when I’m going to be outside in the sun all day. With a fair amount of gentle patting around my face, I can get rid of the white cast. Sometimes I’ll add a drop or two of my liquid foundation to it, and that helps, too. And if I’m on the beach, I don’t care about the white cast. I’m past the age where I care what people think when they look at my face as I’m lounging by the pool or on the water. I want anti aging protection and that’s just more important to me. We just did Eurodisney and it was sunny every day, and we were out every day. I left all my other sunscreens at home and brought this one.
I do prefer the Neutrogena Sensitive Skin SPF 60, the formula is much better, and that and EltaMD UV Physical are my go-tos mostly. Like I said, I save this for those times that literally I will be in the sun all day. And I’m happy with it for that.

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

on 6/20/2018 1:20:00 AM

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I use this as a morning moisturizer. I've tried Clinique and while Clinique is great, it's also very expensive. The Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel-Cream has a similar consistency to Clinique Moisture Surge - not quite as smoothing/silicone-y, but almost. It's very light and rather tacky when first applied. When used with a consistent routine, I've noticed it smooths my skin all day and allows for better makeup application, particularly concealer, even after using sunscreen. So for me, it's almost more a primer than a strict moisturizer. It also doubles as a morning eye cream, as my undereyes have been more hydrated since I started using this product.

I've been using it for six months and just repurchased a new tub, so while the packaging is pretty deceptive (and a bit annoying), you're getting a decent amount of product. My Clinique Moisture Surge tub (the largest one) lasted about nine months with consistent use, for comparison. I don't use a ton in the morning, though, so if you plan to use it as a night cream, or like putting a lot of moisturizer on in the morning, you may go through it more quickly.

I personally wouldn't recommend this for a night cream if you've got very dry skin, as I do. It's more lightweight than a lot of other night creams, like CeraVe or FAB, and doesn't seem to really hydrate my face overnight. I haven't experienced any breakouts from this product, nor have I experienced itchiness, red patches, rashes, or other reactions, and my skin is fairly sensitive. I don't know if there are sample sizes, but I would patch test before using it in case there are ingredients that react negatively with your skin. I would also wait at least a week to see results beyond superficial skin smoothing, since in my experience skin care doesn't always work right away.

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