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Blogger’s Beauty Brawl: 10 Days of Summer – Neutrogena One Step Gentle Cleanser

One does not simply go to bed without using a cleanser for proper removal of makeup from the face. I like to remove my makeup by using makeup wipes or micellar water. After using any of the mentioned product I like to follow up with a cleanser.
 
The Neutrogena One Step Gentle Cleanser is a gentle pearly gel-like texture cleanser, it gives off a soft lather and it helps to rid the makeup from the skin. I purchased it using Amazon Prime Pantry, so I got it for the lost cost of $4.22. I checked the price at several other resellers like Walmart and the price varies; however, it is a very inexpensive makeup remover in a bottle.
Neutrogena One Step Gentle Cleanser

The Neutrogena One Step Gentle Cleanser eliminates all traces of stubborn makeup from the skin. I only had difficulties removing makeup from my eye area and lips which I would normally use a makeup wipe to rid the makeup. At the very first wash, I was able to remove excess amount of makeup from my skin. I follow up with a second wash to remove makeup from my hairline and other areas. My skin felt immediately fresh and clean. Afterwards, I followed up with Witch Hazel Toner and there was little to no makeup residue left to remove from my skin on the cotton pad. I have very sensitive skin and I did not experience any signs of redness, stinging or burning in my eye area.

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Blogger's Beauty Brawl - Neutrogena One Step Gentle Cleanser
I use the Neutrogena One Step Gentle Cleanser by pumping the cleanser in my wet hands 1-2x and by massaging the product into my skin. It immediately helps to break down the makeup and I was able to rinse away the product from my skin.
 
The product comes in a 5.2 fl oz (153 ml) pump size clear blue bottle.  

Which product do you use to remove your makeup?

Also, check out this blogger reviews on her selection of products.
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