#PinkPowerUp with Neutrogena!|kendra shiloh

Everyone deserves to look and feel their best. And with Neutrogena, we all can. Neutrogena’s Oil-Free Acne Wash Pink Grapefruit Facial Cleanser and Foaming Scrub are two amazing skincare products. Both are formulated with grapefruit extract, Vitamin C and my personal favorite, salicylic acid; perfect for fighting evening the toughest breakouts.

Oil-Free Acne Wash-Facial Cleanser


PROS: Works GREAT to clear blackheads, and combats oiliness. It’s a great substitute for my previous facial cleanser. The pink grapefruit cleanser visibly reduced my pores, and I noticed a significant difference in the softness of my skin. I expected my skin to dry out a bit, but surprisingly the cleanser wasn’t over-drying. I’d give it an 8/10 overall, highly recommend.

CONS: My skin is a bit sensitive, so products that have citrus in them can’t be used as frequently as those without.

Oil-Free Acne Wash-Foaming Scrub


PROS:  Unlike most scrubs that I’ve tried in the past, this one is rather gentle on the skin. It doesn’t feel harsh, due to the foaming aspect of the product. I’ve also noticed that my skin’s been a bit brighter since using the scrub.

CONS: Just like the facial cleanser, it’s not an everyday product for those with sensitive skin. Nonetheless, it can still be used, just not as often.

If you’re on the hunt for new skincare that’s right for all your skin needs, Neutrogena has a great tool on their website. Click here to access the quiz. Once again, I wanna thank Neutrogena for sponsoring this post. I’ll be back next week with a new one! #ad

-kendra shiloh


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