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Neutrogena Deep Clean Gentle Scrub – Review

What it claims:
• A facial scrub with Beta Hydroxy Acid, gentle enough for everyday use

What the Product Does:
• Provides thorough deep pore cleansing yet is gentle on the skin
• Beta Hydroxy Acid cleans deep into pores to remove dirt, oil and make-up residue
• Non-abrasive microbeads gently exfoliate dead skin cells and improve skin tone and texture
• Oil-free, non-comedogenic

How and When To Use It:
Daily, or as needed massage scrub onto moistened skin and rinse. Pat dry. For normal to oily skin types.

Price:
50 ml tube with flip cap 95 Rs.
125 ml tube with flip cap 210 Rs.

Pros:
1.      The granules in this scrub are, as claimed, very gentle & non abrasive, quite unlike the rougher walnut or apricot granules in most scrubs. The granules are well rounded, soft and the scrub has a lot of them in high concentration – for effective exfoliation.

2.      Gentle enough for daily use, this makes a good facewash substitute. It lathers like a facewash.

3.      The packaging is sturdy. I carried this in my handbag all the way to Punjab & back – it stayed shut tight. Besides the tube opening itself is sealed with a metallic foil when you purchase it – it has to be punctured open like those medical cream tubes.

4.      It has a strong citrusy – orange fragrance to it which I quite like.

Cons:

1.      I do need to use a moisturizer within 30 minutes of using this. It doesn’t dry out my skin as such, but if I don’t use a moisturizer within 30 minutes of using this my skin starts to feel a little taut. Not sure if it is because of the product though, coz most scrubs make my skin feel like that – taut within half an hour of use.

Will I repurchase: Yes, I got this on Rima’s recommendation (she mentioned this in my last Neutrogena face wash review) – I really like this product and use it almost every evening to remove the day’s grime. It is extremely gentle on the skin.

Have you used this?

Comments

  1. i have this and use it every day !

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  2. Hi tanveer! question - you think one can use this with TBS facial buffer?

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  3. This looks like a good scrub - but I wouldn't recommend scrubbing your face everyday though. Alternate days is much better.

    @afterglow: The facial buffer is not very gentle so I think it would be better to use a normal cleanser with that buffer to get an "exfoliating" effect. The buffer + the granules in this scrub might be too harsh on the skin.

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  4. Great review Tanveer! Haven't used this as yet coz hadn't had a great experience with the facial cleanser. Now a days I'm using Lotus scrub but will give it a try:)
    http://www.chamberofbeauty.com

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  5. Normally I don't use scrubs because they revolt on it. But I would try this one

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  6. I've tried using this during summer and it works great! However, during the winter it dried me out big time. A great pick for oily skinned ppl :)

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  7. that looks like a great scrub. haven't tried it, but would love to give it a try as soon as I finish up my current stock!

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  8. I used this and I loved it ...then I used the nivea visage one and I loved that ad well...you shud try it yll like it

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  9. I used this face wash for a very long time, it was pretty good, though it made my skin a bit dry. So your review is spot-on. :-)

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  10. seems to be a good buy, will pick it up soon once m done with my age old stock :)

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