I always stress to my family the importance of organics in a lot of things, especially skincare and dairy. My mother, however, always brings home the cheaper hormone-filled milk, and so when my sister came home with this five days ago, yet again, I felt as if I'm preaching to the choir. No body listens!
As with 95% of Neutrogena products, it's chalked full of cheap chemicals and fillers. This irritated my sister's skin and changed her rebellious head---they're returning it to Costco tomorrow.
Must say, the packaging was nice. Long and sleek. The price, like with all Neutrogena products, was dirt cheap.
I don't know who the dermatologists are that they say recommend their products on every single label, but i say they need to send those ones back to school! The only decent product by this line that I have ever found is their Butter Cream hand cream, but I will still not buy that again. This is 2010 people! there are so many better organic options. What is 2 extra dollars for a body wash or a deodorant or a toothpaste, if we're talking about your health? Don't be cheap, read the ingredients, not the advertisement claims.