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Saturday, October 2, 2010
I am officially banning myself from buying new cleansers. Over the past year I would have purchased at least 30 different ones, all of various different prices, just looking to find the best without realising that I actually had it right all along.
This is the general rotation:
Step 1: Buy a new, pretty, cleanser.
Step 2: Gaze at it's promises and beauty.
Step 3: Use it morning and night for 10-15 days.
Step 4: Notice either blemishes, blackheads, dry skin, oily skin or increased redness.
Step 5: Hate new cleanser.
Step 6: Go back to my box of half used cleansers and dig around for Neutrogena Deep Clean to save my skin.
Step 7: After 2-3 days of using Neutrogena Deep Clean, praise it, promise to never stray away from this heaven in a bottle again.
Step 8: Go shopping and see a new, pretty, cleanser.
Back to Step 1
So here is my oath:
Dear Neutrogena Deep Clean Cream Cleanser,
I love you. You save my skin day after day, bottle after bottle.
I promise I will never be tempted by a fancy new bottle or a catchy name brand again.
It's just you and I from now on.
In all seriousness, this is an amazing cleanser. I have normal/combination skin and rarely have even a single blemish while using this cleanser. It retails for $13.95 a bottle in Australia, ($6.49 in Ulta if you're in the US) and I've probably gone through about 4-5 bottles in the past few years. It really is a skin miracle and I highly, highly, highly recommend it.