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.(

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789 products

42,458 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Neutrogena Reviews

Mascara -Neutrogena -Hydro Boost

on 7/16/2018 10:04:00 PM

This has to be one of the worst mascara's I have ever used. It clumps even before applying it. The clumps are visible on the brush. 'Nuf said!

Masks -Neutrogena -Hydro Boost Overnight Gel Mask

on 7/16/2018 9:01:00 PM

This mask applies like cool goo on your face. The mask was so uncomfortable to sleep in. It stays gummy for a while. I had to use an exfoliating scrub in the morning to get rid of this. My skin was oily and pink. I don’t use Neutrogena and I’m not interested in testing any other one of their products after this experience.

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

on 7/15/2018 2:08:00 PM

This is a great new drugstore item for really dry skin like mine. It was given to me by my MIL who found it was too "gloppy" for her taste (and even tho she's 92, she has less dryness than I do!). I really like this as an add on either before my AM routine or at night. It's particularly refreshing and soothing for me in the summer heat. Affordable, too!

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Cleansers -Neutrogena -Visibly Clear 2-in-1 wash mask

on 7/15/2018 6:32:00 AM


This doesn’t do anything to reduce breakouts, rather it causes them - tenfold!! It’s absolutely full of alcohol and if you’re anyway prone to breakouts avoid avoid avoid. This product doubled the breakout on my chin and caused rash style bumps after a week of use. I honestly don’t know what I was thinking. It’s currently in the bin and I’ve turned to the environ range to get my skin back in order. It’s worth spending more on trusted salon brands recommended by actual skin care professionals. These over the counter washes are just a marketing ploy. More often than not they’ll leave your skin feeling a lot worse. Don’t risk it. Never again.

Moisturizers -Neutrogena -Oil-Free Moisture Sensitive Skin

on 7/11/2018 11:44:00 PM


First off, let me address some of the scathing and undeserved reviews this poor moisturizer has gotten. Petrolatum is not considered an oil in the same way that oils such as coconut, jojoba and argan oil are, so Neutrogena wasn't engaging in false advertising when it labeled this moisturizer as oil-free. Secondly, parabens have gotten a bad rap for being detrimental to one's health (they were mistakenly linked to breast cancer in a 2004 study) but credible sources such as the American Cancer Society, the FDA, Health Canada, etc, have all found zero evidence linking parabens to breast cancer and have maintained that they are safe to use in cosmetics. Now that the science-y stuff is out of the way, let me get to the actual review.
This is a plain, unexciting moisturizer that I constantly cheat on with other moisturizers, yet always seem to come back to. I have very dry, sensitive, acne-prone skin, and this moisturizer neither irritates it or breaks it out. If it was a bit more moisturizing, I would unequivocally rate it a 5, but I find it a bit too lightweight for my skin type. Otherwise, this is an all-around excellent moisturizer.

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