There are some gems to be found in the beauty isle at your supermarket, editor Trudi Brewer reveals a new collection that gives skin a deep clean.
There are dozens of reasons to step up your cleansing routine, a change of season is one. Next, as the temperatures drop, it gets harder to keep your skin hydrated and finally, your skin gets complacent when you use the same product day in and day out. Enter a new, affordable range from beauty giant Neutrogena. It's no secret the I am a Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle devotee, and now, after trailing this latest range of simple and effective cleansing products I can understand the hype. If your skin is spotty, flakey or feeling parched, it's an excellent motivator to switch things up in your beauty routine. Here's how this range works.
Neutrogena Deep Clean Purifying Cooling Gel Scrub, $13.
Instantly cooling, this gel scrub, (of course it's microbead free) targets skin blemishes and congested pores, sweeping away dirt, and oil that is often the cause of a dull, uneven-looking complexion. While technology the brand called 'Barriercare' is designed to preserve your skin’s natural moisture while getting it so clean it glows. It's kind to skin, hypoallergenic, and like the rest of the range there are no added parabens.
Neutrogena Deep Clean Purifying Micellar Water, $16.
Don't you love the ease and speed in which micellar water removes grime and makeup? It's a one-step gentle cleanser, which combines the power of a gel and the freshness of magnetic water. Goodbye stubborn makeup, (even waterproof mascara, excess oil, and sunscreen. No rinsing required with is fragrance and alcohol-free water - just a fresh-feeling, ultra-clean skin in seconds.
Neutrogena Deep Clean Purifying Clay Cleanser & Mask, $13.
We love a multi-benefit product, and if you wear long-wearing makeup, this clay cleanser purify's the pores leaving skin feeling soft and fresh. I have had to wrestle this from our art director who is obsessed with cleansing - (and has sensitive skin) it's that weekly boost all skin types could use.