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Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Sunscreen SPF 50 Reviews


Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Sunscreen SPF 50 is water-light feel and broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection, infused with hyaluronic acid, glycerin and Vitamin E  to instantly quench dry skin:
  • Protects and moisturizes your skin. Locks in hydration.
  • Applies easily and leaves no white residue on skin.
  • Water gel formula layers invisibly under makeup for a clean and non-greasy finish.
  • Water-resistant (80 minutes)
  • Dermatologist tested, oil-free, non-comedogenic  
  • Broad Spectrum UVA/UVB protection
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    Recommended? Fugheddaboutit!
    March 26, 2019
    Alberta, Canada

    Will burn your eyes

    No matter how carefully you apply this sunscreen, within an hour it will slide into your eyes and mouth causing a disgusting taste that will not go away. And it makes eyes itch and burn. I have normal to dry skin so I can't even blame natural oils for the way it slides. Also, this sunscreen will separate in the tube so be sure to shake it before use. Oh and it pills, and leaves residue on clothes. Garbage product.

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    Recommended? Fugheddaboutit!
    April 29, 2018
    Manitoba, Canada


    I received this item for free from the Chickadvisor Product Review Club in exhange for my honest review.

    I was very let down my this sunscreen.

    I had high hopes for it after trying the normal face cream but was far from impressed. It felt very heavy on my skin and made it feel more oily than hydrated. It felt that way most of the day.

    Also, don't get it anywhere near your eye! I must have gotten some a little too close and it really burned. It wasn't even a whole lot and my eye was bothered all day even after trying to flush it out.

    Definitely not buying this one in the future.

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