A winner against unwanted skin spots and blemishes: Neutrogena Rapid Clear Treatment

Sometimes after having kids you can see an old enemy coming back: skin spots and blemishes. Neutrogena Visibly Clear is a quick drying gel that really helps to clear up most outbreaks and keep them at bay.

This gel is clinically proven to help reduce in a matter of hours the size and redness of visible spots and blemishes. The company claims only four hours are enough for seeing a difference. I usually apply it in the evening before going to bed as soon as I see something appearing. Already in the morning I can see the difference, but usually it takes about 3 days for them to disappear.

I have tried a lot of different products over the years but this remains my favourite: 1) it’s not expensive (about GBP 5.- for 15 ml which will last you more than 6 months), 2) it’s not harsh on the skin and it does not dry it out -which is great if you are worried about wrinkles, and 3) it works!

Please note that Neutrogena Visibly Clear is a large line of products. I only tried and like the Rapid Clear Treatment.

Here is a quick link http://www.amazon.co.uk/Neutrogena-Visibly-Clear-Rapid-Treatment/dp/B00E8T9A9Q/ref=sr_1_sc_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1390746815&sr=8-3-spell&keywords=neutrogena+rapi+clear+treatment

Neutrogena Rapid Clear Treatment


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