A skin condition typically caused when excess sebum in the skin mixes with dead cells and clogs the skin’s pores. Sebum is an oily substance naturally produced by the skin. The sebum in clogged pores promotes growth of a bacteria, P. Acnes, which is present in the skin. The result of this is irritated skin, leading to redness, inflammation and pimples.
Vitamins A, B, C, and E provide antioxidant benefits including helping improve the look of skin damaged by free radicals - molecules that can damage skin cells and undermine the supporting structure of skin.
A Neutrogena® technology developed to cleanse skin and remove excess oil without harming the skin. The approach uses larger, polymer molecules to clean without penetrating or disturbing the skin’s barrier to help retain lipids that keep it moisturized and healthy.
A chemical compound that occurs naturally in skin and helps it hold water. Hyaluronic acid, which can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water, is a key ingredient in Neutrogena Hydro Boost moisturizing products.
The unique Hyaluronic Gel Matrix creates a hydration reservoir and works with the skin’s natural moisture transport system to actively replenish, restore and deliver hydration where and when your skin needs it throughout the day. It leaves your skin so fresh and supple, it glows from within.
is a patented technology composed of three ingredients acting in synergy to prepare the skin to receive salicylic acid under good conditions: so that it can act deeply in the pores and release all its efficiency to help get rid of spots.
Clinically tested, Microclear® technology is especially designed to help clear excessive sebum and spots. Combining this technology with salicylic acid, certain Visibly Clear® products help to efficiently clear the face, helping eliminate imperfections, even controlling their reappearance, all without drying out the skin.
Produced by the oil glands in skin, sebum protects the skin and keeps it hydrated. But when the body produces too much sebum it can be trapped in pores, clogging them and promoting the growth of bacteria that can lead to acne breakouts.
The SPF indicates the additional time skin can be exposed to the sun without burning. Most dermatologists recommend products rated SPF 30 or higher, which under ideal conditions protect skin up to 30 times longer than it would have without the product.