I have used several bottles of this moisturizer and have been very pleased with the results. I have very sensitive/combination/slight acne prone skin and this moisturizer has allowed my sensitive skin to stay moisturized and smooth. I put a thin layer of 2.5% Neutrogena BP on my acne prone areas at night. After that drys, I put this moisturizer on and my skin feels great. This is the only face lotion I have found that moisturizes my skin but doesn't make my face feel greasy. You really only need 1 pump at the most to get the right level of moisturization. I like the bottle and the pump - very easy to travel with. Plus, I buy it at Target and it costs around $10 but it lasts about 6 months.
Nothing special. I have combination oily/acne-prone skin so I like a moisturizer that is neither too watery or too thick. This one, however, is too watery for me - my face still feels dry after applying it.
It's very hard to find a sunscreen-free, oil-free, fragrance-free light moisturizer so I don't have a lot of choices. My HG moisturizer was Oil of Olay oil-free, sensitive skin formula, which was discontinued several years ago. The Neutrogena oil-free sensitive skin moisturizer is much heavier, and tends to make my skin look and feel greasy, so I only use it on those rare occasions when my skin feels dry.
I have sensitive, comb/acne prone skin. I am using benzoyl peroxide for acne, and I was seeking a moisturizer that moisturized well for my dry, flaky skin (due to the strong b.p.), but didnt break me out. Well, it didn't cause breakouts, but it made my skin more irritated, so I think that my skin doesn't like Neutrogena products (I have tried many and they are too harsh 4 me)...even though they are highly recommended by dermatologists...strange...I wonder if Neutrogena pays them alot of $ to recommend them...Oh yeah, and it did nothing for my dryness/flakiness. The pump is very hygienic and convenient though, so I give it 2 lippies.
I have tried multiple times to make this work for me. I do have sensitive skin, along with oily and acne-prone. I just feel that this leaves my face feeling greasy, and the next morning, I'll have little pimples. I really wished I liked this, but I don't!
I've been using this for a few weeks now and I kind of like it... it's a very basic, no frills moisturizer. I can tell it won't be moisturizing enough for my normal/dry skin come fall/winter, but for now it's working well. It absorbs extremely quickly. I wish it was a bit more moisturizing... probably won't repurchase.
I bought this lotion in the winter hoping it would be more moisturizing for my dry-combo sensitive cheeks. They have been feeling really tight and dehydrated, I felt like anything I used wouldn't get absorbed and just sits on my face. This was too heavy and greasy for some reason when I had super oily skin before the winter. Now I have combination skin, this moisturizer stung my face pretty bad. I have no idea why because it's for sensitive skin. I never had any luck with this moisturizer no matter what skin type I've had.. I used this a few times and then gave it away. But besides my bad luck, it is reasonably priced and it comes in a pump which is good.
HG moisturizer. I have oily/combo/sensitive/acne prone skin and am on Retin A. Almost everything is stinging my skin lately, this does not. It has not broken me out or caused any irritation. Love the pump. I think if you have very dry skin it may not be moisturizing enough, but for me it's perfect
Works great for my normal/combo skin. I am not really that sensitive but figured I would try this. For occasional breakouts I use the Neutrogena On-The-Spot Acne treatment with this at night (I only use the acne treatment once a day, anymore and it will overly dry out your skin) I use the moisturizer after everytime I wash my skin. Works well in my opinion. Love it overall. It says to only use one pump, and that is really all you need.
I have been looking for a moisturizer that won't cause me to break out- this isn't it! My face has been super dry since I moved farther north and I had been using jojoba oil, which works well, but not very good under makeup.
So I bought a bottle of this a month ago and almost immediately my fairly clear skin started breaking out in cyst like pimples mostly on my cheeks. My face was also as dry as ever and every time I put it on my face would turn red and stay that way for a few minutes. And by the end of the day my face would be flaky and dry in areas.
I toughed out the month to see if my face would get used to it and it just hasn't. I just bought a bottle of CeraVe Moisturizing Lotion and it already feels better than the Neutrogena.