Cleansing magic in a bottle that will give you more time for make-up application and beauty sleep too...
In association with Neutrogena®
Hands up if you’ve ever felt like there are days when washing your face feels like FAR too much effort… (We’ve all been there). But with every A-lister telling us their top beauty tip is to cleanse, cleanse, cleanse twice a day, we can’t ignore the facts.
That’s why we’ve fallen head over heels for the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gelée Milk Cleanser®, which is ZERO-rinse, so it’s the easiest way to ditch the slap before bed. It even gets rid of tricky waterproof mascara, so if you’re into your athleisure beauty (that’s sweat-proof stuff FYI), then this is definitely the cleanser for you. It’s also kind to sensitive types (skin that is), so if you go fuchsia pink after washing, then you’ll love this gentle sweep-away magic in a bottle.
When the Hydro Boost range came out last summer, we were really impressed with how much moisturising power you get from its super lightweight products. So forget everything you know about cleansing. Because this little beauty will cut your getting ready time in HALF. Quicker than a wash and cleaner than a wipe, plus leaves you with bouncy, bright skin… What’s not to love?
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