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Neutrogena body clear body wash review


I bought this body wash for someone who had acne several years ago.
Body acne which it cleared away significantly within a week or two.
Last year, I came across someone else who had body acne and the beginnings of keratosis piliaris.
I got this for her but somehow never found her to give it .
So i decided to use it.
As a body wash and a facial wash.
The deal is that if you are looking for some mild in feel but potent in action wash for your face,  this has 2% salicylic acid.
Its a good deal at 1800-2000 Nair a.
I bought for 1800 at ritas beauty solutions in calabar.
Its on adiabo street off Marian road.
Same street as pampered pink saloon.

It’s packaged in a very spill proof bottle with a whooping 250 ml of product.
This has been my best buy in a while.
It’s a very thick product and I’ve actually diluted it with some water and turned it into one of my travel pump bottles as a face wash.
It has a gel like consistency with little pink beads with natural grapefruit extract and vitamin c.

When something is good you don’t talk too much about it.
It speaks for itself.
If you have acne breakouts on your back or body, back most especially I’ve seen.
It can be quite unsightly for the cute dresses.
Here’s something you should try.
It’s proven and trusted and works without overdrying skin.

This is my last post for January.
It’s been a very productive month here.
I’m looking forward to sharing more discoveries with you.
Please drop a message or two.
I’d love to hear what you think, what you’ve used and ways to make your experience here better.
Thanks for all the love.


1 thought on “Neutrogena body clear body wash review”

  1. Great blog if you have the time could you check out a few of mine 😊 also if there’s anything you’d like me to write about just ask !x


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