Fresh smell of grapefruit
Promises to treat pimples and prevent blackheads – I had no less pimples or blackheads while using this facial wash, and it certainly did not reduce my blackheads.
I remember when this line came to my part of Europe, it took it 2 years to get over here from the US, and overfed commercial made by bloggers I was anticipating its arrival eagerly. I love everything smelling of grapefruit, and if it wasn’t so acidic I would have put the whole fruit on my face (yes, I’ve heard of supermodel Daria Werbowy putting lemon on her face to cleanse, I’m just not there yet).
My verdict: this is a nice facial wash, it doesn’t sting in your eyes (the face cream from the same range does) and doesn’t dry out your skinn. It does smell of grapefruit and not of synthetic sweetness and the price is reasonable. I don’t think there is a tonic included in this range which is otherwise a must in cleansing. But when reading the product description on the Neutrogena website I realise that this cleanser was supposed to do so much more than just cleanse. It was supposed to prevent blackheads and break-outs too. I have used two big bottles of this cleanser and during this time I have not seen any less pimples or blackheads on my overpopulated nose.
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