I’ve long been a skincare junkie and blogging has clearly made that worse; my endless drawers of facial skincare are testament to that addiction. When I was in America in 2012 I picked up many a product and one of those products was the Deep Clean daily scrub from Neutrogena which helps to provide long lasting shine control.
If I remember rightly this comes in at around $5 and it is worth EVERY CENT. It’s one of the products I ask my friend over in america to send me whenever we do a product swap only it was such a long time in between the two bottles I was getting serious withdrawals from it!
As you can see from the tube, its a bright blue scrub with bits in and comes in 125ml tubes.
It claims to clear away 85% of built up oil and keep you shine free for hours with the use of rice protein. I was skeptical at first but I’d travelled to america for university for 2 months and didn’t take a scrub with me so needed to get a cheapy to keep me going as my skin wasn’t enjoying the humidity and heat that North Carolina offers.
I used this once or twice a day after cleansing and it cleared my skin up a treat! I couldn’t believe something that was a scrub could be used twice a day and at such a great price could clear my skin completely of any blemishes and redness leaving uniform and (almost) flawless skin….how amazing!
It also kept my skin oil free ALL DAY LONG which considering I was mostly digging in mud for 5 hours a day and it was over 30 degrees I think is pretty impressive.
I realise this isn’t a review that means you can go out and buy it straight away as sadly this is still only available in America and however much I wish for it, it is yet to make it to these shores.
You can find it on ebay here, but sadly even though the products are around £5/6 the postage can be £8 itself!
It would be amazing if they brought it to these parts of the world but for now I will have to stick to swapping present packages with my friend over there. if you travel over to the US I would definitely recommend you trying this.
Have you tried the Deep Clean range? Do you have any fave American products that you can’t get hold of in the UK?