The Neutrogena Grapefruit Face Wash is known to be perfect for oily acne-prone skin hence I decided to try Neutrogena Grapefruit Face Wash and I’m so glad I did!
Neutrogena exudes a unique sense of sophistication, the more I use their products I fall in love with them absolutely.
I figured why not also share my experience on the blog since my pump bottle of Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Face wash is nearly half empty!
A deep wash without over-drying your face is provided by Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Face Wash, a cleanser filled with the energizing explosion of pink grapefruit.
By removing extra oil and surface buildup, this special product cleans pores deeply and aids in the prevention of pimples. Special ingredients calm and moisturize skin, leaving it clear, residue-free, and never greasy.
Neutrogena Grapefruit Face Wash Benefits
The Neutrogena Grapefruit Face Wash has got amazing benefits:
- A cleanser filled with the energizing burst of pink grapefruit, Neutrogena Pink Grape-Fruit Oil-Free Acne Wash offers deep cleansing without overdrying your skin.
- By removing too much oil and surface buildup, this special solution cleans pores deeply to help prevent pimples.
- Unique components calm and condition skin, leaving it clear, residue-free, and never greasy.
- Ideal for skin that is prone to acne; Salicylic acid, which is present in it at 1% concentration, helps avoid clogs from germs and oil.
How to Use
- Wet face. Apply to hands, add water and work into a lather.
- Rinse thoroughly.
- Use daily for great results.
Neutrogena Grapefruit Face Wash Review
Having sensitive skin always makes you think twice before experimenting with a product. Fortunately, the Neutrogena products I’ve recently bought have been working out nicely for me.
One whole pump was considerably more than necessary, so I only used half of it when I first tried this cleanser. When I started massaging it between my palms, a gorgeous grapefruit scent burst forth.
It produced a respectable amount of foaming lather, a little less than the deep clean type.
I next used gentle circular motions to wash my face, being sure to get every nook and cranny, before rinsing it off with water.
While washing, I noticed that it is a little gentler than the deep clean version. Not that any soapy or slick layer is left behind.
After using gentle circular strokes to wash my face, making sure to get into all the nooks and crannies, I rinsed it off with water.
It seems a little gentler than the deep clean version, based on how it feels while washing. It is milder than the other one, yet it doesn’t leave a layer of soap or a layer of slick residue behind.
You decide that Neutrogena Deep Clean Face Wash was a good decision for you, I am confident that you will find the Grapefruit Face Wash to be a superior option.
Having said that, I adored how my skin felt after a wash. It removes all the sweat, grime, and oil, revealing clean, oil-free skin, which I, as someone with oily skin, always appreciate. Using this one straight after my workout feels nice.
- Refreshing fragrance
- Suitable for sensitive skin
- Brightens up the skin
- Leaves skin fresh and oil-free
- A bit mild than the deep clean variant
- Not a targeted solution for acne
Does this help with Blackheads?
Yes, using Neutrogena Grapefruit Face Wash regularly will help reduce blackheads.
Neutrogena offers a really intriguing and enticing variation called Pink Grapefruit Face Wash. I adore how it brightens my skin and has a wonderful, reviving citrus scent.
Exposes clean, oil-free skin by removing all of the sweat and debris. In the same way, as Neutrogena Deep Clean Face Wash does, it treats existing acne by drying it out, but it does it more slowly and mildly.