Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Products Review & Giveaway (2 Winners)

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Angela and I recently had the opportunity to review Neutrogena’s  Pink Grapefruit Products Line.

Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash, the number one acne fighting cleanser, recommended by dermatologists and NEUTROGENA® Oil-Free Acne Pink Grapefruit line, the best-selling acne line, for you to try it, enjoy it and get to know each of the products of this comprehensive line, that now includes the NEW NEUTROGENA® Oil-Free Cleansing Wipes Pink Grapefruit for Acne-Prone Skin. These soft pre-moistened wipes are great for on-the-go use, sweeping away pore-clogging dirt and oil in one simple step with a refreshing Pink Grapefruit scent.

 

The product line includes:

My take:   I am really loving the  Pink Grapefruit Oil-Free Cleansing Wipes. They are simple to use and easy to stick in my purse for everyday use.  My skin feels refreshed and clean when using these products!

Angela’s take: This is not my favorite line but out of all the items above, the facial cleanser and wipes are best to me. This line feels more like a thick gel on my face, not my cup of tea. Wipes are always a good thing to have around and these smell good and are thick enough to not break apart.

Neutrogena is generously offering 2 lucky MommyPR readers their very own $35 value prize worth of products!

Win It

Mandatory Entry:

Tell us which Neutrogena’s  Pink Grapefruit Product you like the best!


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Contest ends 11:59 pm Pacific Time 5/11

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There you have it – lot’s of ways to enter so please help us get the word out and good luck!!!!

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We were not paid in any form of cash for this posting. We did receive free product samples to keep for our testing purposes. We were under no obligation to write a positive review or host a giveaway in return for the product. Receiving the product for free did not persuade our personal beliefs or views. Our views are solely our own opinions.

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