Neutrogena Clear Face Sunblock Lotion SPF 30, 3.0-Ounce

Neutrogena Clear Face Sunblock Lotion SPF 30, 3.0-Ounce

Neutrogena Clear Face Sunblock Lotion SPF 30, 3.0-Ounce

  • Spf 30
  • Designed especially for acne prone skin
  • You finally don?t have to choose between sun protection and clear skin.

Clear skin sunblock lotion spf 30

List Price: $ 9.99

Lowest Price: $ 3.90



3 Comments/Reviews

  • Wise Reviews says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Not just for acne prone skin. It’s perfect under make-up!!, May 30, 2012
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    Wise Reviews (North Carollina) –

    This review is from: Neutrogena Clear Face Sunblock Lotion SPF 30, 3.0-Ounce (Misc.)

    I don’t have acne, am over 50, and think this sunscreen is Neutrogena’s best yet (and I’ve tried them all including the baby versions). Within seconds of applying, you have a smooth, matte finish that’s either ready-to-go or ready for make-up.

    The texture of this sunscreen leans towards that of a liquid but it is not as runny as their Ultra Sheer Liquid Sunblock which I thought was very runny and messy (and shiny!) I have only used the Clear Face spf 30 so far but have the Clear Face spf 50 to try now that summer is here. I’m wondering if the higher spf might translate into a shinier finish…

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  • Mom of 3 says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally, SPF for true acne sufferers!, May 21, 2012
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    Mom of 3 (In the middle of WI) –

    This review is from: Neutrogena Clear Face Sunblock Lotion SPF 30, 3.0-Ounce (Misc.)

    I have spent hundreds upon hundreds of dollars trying to find an SPF for my face that would not cause my severe acne to flair up. My dermatologist told me this was great and should try it.
    I LOVE IT!! That you neutrogena!

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  • glowstar says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    CLEAR FACE VS ULTRA SHEER LIQUID, July 6, 2012
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    I tried this since it is new and claims to be matte. For the past three years, I have been very loyal to the Ultra Sheer Liquid SPF 70 formula (US), which I love bc I think it really disappears into the skin and leaves no shine on the surface (perfect under make-up, too). You should see my review of the Ultra Sheer — I should be a freaking spokes person, I think it’s so great… Having said that, I find Clear Face (CF) to be JUST AS GOOD. I will write a breakdown of the products in an easy-to-read form:

    - Liquid light texture: BOTH feel liquid light on the skin and disappear completely, leaving no shiny residue. Both are easy to wear under make-up, however I find the CF rolls-up into those pesky balls when you rub it in a lot. This doesn’t happen to me every time, so I’m thinking it may be when I layer too many serums and lotions underneath. When I use CF on its own, this doesn’t happen. So, it may be the layering or the serums themselves that are the problem. This has never been a problem with US. Note, CF feels a tad thicker in the hand, but disappears just as finely as the US liquid.
    - Finish: BOTH are completely matte. I wear sunscreen every day, like a good girl (!!!), and I wear both under make-up and alone with ZERO grease problems. I have combination skin, but I think all skin types would like this “next to nothing” look.
    - Reactions: I don’t have very sensitive skin, but it does easily dry-out if I use acne products on a pimple I get every now and then. Both CF and US are chemical sunscreens. That doesn’t bother me, but I know some people can’t tolerate that. If that’s an issue for you, try the Pure&Free versions (very good physical sunscreens, but they leave a slight white cast).
    - Price: These are about the same price, but the CF is 3 oz. while the US is 1.4 oz.

    To be honest, I’m not sure why they launched CF when it is a dupe (albeit more affordable) version of US. I think that with the new FDA regulations that came out (e.g. can’t claim to be more than 50+ SPF, can’t be called sunblock, etc.), Neutrogena might be phasing out the US in favor the new CF? The ingredients lists are very similar, with the major ingredients being nearly identical. It’s a bit confusing to me from a consumer/marketing perspective. Hope this is useful.

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