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Skin Care Review: Neutrogena Anti-Wrinkle Anti-Blemish Daily Scrub

by Karen, MD


good price, does a good job without triggering breakouts

daily use may trigger oily rebound in oily/combination skin

I have been using this product for about a month and I'm very impressed by how smooth my skin feels. The scrub lifts residual make-up, while the alpha hydroxy un-glues dulling cells and beta hydroxy staves off blackheads and whiteheads. I didn't think that a daily scrub would be helpful for my oily skin, but I've not had any breakouts and fewer blackheads. The only thing I have noticed is a rebound oiliness on my face as a result of the scrubbing action. Overall, a nice product for a girl in her thirties who gets the occasional breakout!

Good product for the money, I'm planning to stay with it.

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