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Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash review

The product: Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash – Pink Grapefruit Foaming Scrub

Do you ever have skincare products that you want to use, but… don’t really have a reason to? I feel like I run into this problem all the time — I don’t have a ton of skin concerns, but I’m pretty easily swayed by a great fragrance.

Neutrogena silicone-free skin duo

With Neutrogena’s Deep Clean Cream Cleanser, another of their silicone-free cleansing products

Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Foaming Scrub review

Neutrogena’s Pink Grapefruit line has always had me wrapped around its little finger, and I started using it again a few weeks back. With super dry skin, however, I’ve never used it on my face: rather, I’ve returned to the Oil-Free Acne Wash lineup by using their Pink Grapefruit Foaming Scrub on my back. (I used their Body Clear Pink Grapefruit body wash years ago, but moved onto something else somewhere along the line.)

What? It smells amazing, and (overshare alert) my back has a tendency to break out. It’s not exactly pleasant, but I’m not complaining — I’ll take back-acne over the regular kind any day, thanks.

Availability:,, & drugstores

Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Oil-Free Acne Wash ingredients:Neutrogena Oil-Free scrub grapefruit ingredients

Disclaimer: Johnson & Johnson Inc. has provided all product(s) and product information as promotional consideration in exchange for my review.

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  • Esmeralda L

    I use this for my face every day. It's hard to get where I live (netherlands) but I buy it when I visit my in laws in the UK. I love the scrub,

    • Oh, wow! I didn't know Neutrogena was hard to find anywhere — it's very common in our drugstores and pharmacies, even grocery stores! Glad to hear you're able to stock up when you visit the UK :)

    • Matty

      Ah, a great question! I used to always use Neutrogena since it was so cheap – but since its cheap – it did not work as well and I have VERY sensitive skin. My dermatologist recommended something more gentle and natural – and she recommended the Citrus Clear products. They are all natural with no harmful chemicals – and I saw a major difference! I would recommend them for you as well, cause it seems that your skin is very sensitive!

  • Oh Rae I'm so relieved! When I saw you had reviewed this I wondered how you could use on your dry skin? :) Glad to know it works on your back, I'll keep it in mind if my daughter starts to bread out on her body. Isn't the smell divine? We've tride the face wash but it was too drying so used it for hands. :)
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    • LOL! Nope, definitely not on my face :p As much as I like this one, I don't think I'll re-buy — with all of the concerns right now over microspheres, I'm sure I'd get the same enjoyment out of the regular face wash (but without the guilt)!

  • Emi Doll

    Lovely, I love this brand very much ^^

  • Lily @ChloeAsh

    I haven't tried this before, but I remember using Neutrogena in my school days. Aah… memories :-)

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    • Right?? It's very "high school" for a lot of us — still pretty great on the whole, though! ;)

  • rasilla

    I got the facial wipes recently, and I was hoping I'd love it, but the smell…oh the smell -____-
    Glad to hear that the scrub smells great though~ Might have to give that a try in the future

    • Aww, sorry to hear!! I can't even conceive of a Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit product smelling anything less than mouthwatering — the scrubs smell THAT good. :D

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