Neutrogena Bright Boost Wrap Up

I started using the Neutrogena Bright Boost line on January 1 and finished it up on June 5. You can read all the details of this line on my original post here. The products I used–Resurfacing Micro Polish, Illuminating Serum, Gel Cream, and Moisturizer with Sunscreen. Resurfacing Micro Polish –Very fine granules –Gentle –Can add more/less water to dilute/make more gentle –Skin feels clean and … Continue reading Neutrogena Bright Boost Wrap Up

Foundation Friday: Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Stick

Claims –Dewy finish –Buildable, medium coverage –Blends effortlessly –Normal to dry skin types –Can be used to conceal, cover, and contour Price –$14.99 at Target –$13.50 on Amazon –$16.99 at Walgreens and neutrogena.com Shade Range –8 –My shade: 10 Classic Ivory Pros –Contains hyaluronic acid Cons –Expensive –Not cruelty free –Shade range –Hard to blend –No shade match for me –Coverage isn’t buildable Final Thoughts … Continue reading Foundation Friday: Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Stick

Neutrogena Bright Boost Skincare Line

For the next few months, I’m going to set my current skincare aside and use products from Neutrogena’s new Bright Boost line. In my current routine, I use products from several different brands and lines. I haven’t used one specific brand or one specific product line in a long time so I’m interested to see how this goes. Clearly, these products are made to be … Continue reading Neutrogena Bright Boost Skincare Line

Mask Monday: Neutrogena Deep Clean Purifying Peel Off

Claims –Unclog pores –Leaves skin clear & soft –Remove excess oil, dirt, and impurities –Easily peels off, no rinsing required Price –$2.50 at Wal Mart –$2.99 at Walgreens Pros –Affordable –Oil free –Smells good –Pretty color –Easily accessible –Easy to peel off –Cooling sensation when applied –Non-comedogenic –Leaves skin soft & smooth –Ingredients: lactic acid, AHAs, glycolic acid Cons –Single use only –Not cruelty free … Continue reading Mask Monday: Neutrogena Deep Clean Purifying Peel Off

Mask Monday: Sleeping Masks

What are they? A sleeping mask is used as the last step of your skincare routine to provide added moisture, brighten & purify, and help seal in your serum, oil, and moisturizer. Different masks have different ingredients so depending on that, you can use more of less frequently. You can use over a moisturizer or in place of, up to you. I, personally, don’t like … Continue reading Mask Monday: Sleeping Masks