January 13, 2015

Neutrogena Hydro-Boost Skincare Collection

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Neutrogena Hydro Boost Skincare

It’s winter so dry skin woe is straight ahead! But the Neutrogena Hydro-Boost Skincare Collection is here to save the day with a selection of quick absorbing formulas that hydrate skin and help to seal moisture in throughout the day!

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel-Cream Eye $18.99
A water gel cream that absorbs quickly under eyes and contains hydrating hyaluronic acid that delivers moisture to skin while helping to retain that moisture under your eye area.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel-Cream Extra for Dry Skin $18.99
An oil free water gel moisturizer that absorbs easily that moisturizers skin with hyaluronic acid that acts as a sponge for dry skin cells, moisturizing with up to 1,000 times its weight in water, resulting in more supple and smooth skin.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel $18.99
A moisturizer that quenches dry skin and keeps it looking smooth, supple and hydrated with hyaluronic acid.

The Neutrogena Hydro-Boost Skincare Collection is available now at drugstores or pick it up online at drugstore.com.

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  • Brian

    I really like the sound of the line but the word “gel” usually turns me off because I don’t find it hydrating enough. Also $18.99 for Neutrogena?? O_O Will definitely have to look for a sale if I am going to pick these up!

  • Jeanie

    What do you think of the eye gel? I have very dry under eyes. Which eye cream have you found to be the most moisturizing?

  • fancie

    This line sounds pretty nice! I’m looking forward to reading some reviews

  • Heidi

    I am curious about these. Though nearly $20 for a drugstore brand seems rather steep. But I looked at the ingredients, and with glycerin and hyaluronic acid high on the list, they’d probably be pretty moisturizing. At least that’s my guess. Oils and waters seem to be big now, don’t they?

  • Tracy

    I was looking for an alternative to the Clinique Moisture Surge and so far it’s working pretty well. My skin is somewhat drier in the winter like most people but as I’m closely approaching 40 I’ve noticed that my skin has needed a bit more help than usual. I had several CVS extra buck rewards so I only paid $.42 for it.

  • Chynna

    They used to sell this at QVC and I’m sure it was more than $18. I really liked it, but realized that it was very similar to Clinique Moisture Surge, which I could get without paying for shipping. Now that this is $18, I think anyone who really likes Clinique Moisture Surge should check this out and save some money.

  • Mallory

    I was in Asia not too long ago and it’s around the same price there too. I believe this line as been available in Asian countries for a while now?

  • fatima

    I want to know if this is anything like the Amore Pacific Gel Moisturizer. I’d rather spend 20 bucks than 100 bucks lol ..
    The packaging is similar and the word gel just makes me hope and pray that it’s SIMILAR !!

  • Lacy

    I’ll try this as soon as I can find it. Anything for my poor dry skin! Dare I say,I think I need a break from my beloved Dr.Jart+ ceramidin liquid.. I think it’s starting to break my skin out?! ๐Ÿ™

      • Lacy

        I hope it’s not the fragrance.. I just can’t figure it out. I’m going to give my skin a break and try out this new hydro boost line from neutrogena and see if it clears up. I really hope I can still use my dr.jart… otherwise I’m out $40 ><

  • Lacy

    CVS had this in their new weekly ad with the sunday paper but for 19.99 each, however they are Buy 1 get one 50% off, plus if you spend $30 on listed neutrogena products you get $10 reward cash!! So really its like buy 1 get one free!

    I picked up the gel cream for extra dry skin and the gel cream for eyes. Once I brought them home I slapped them on and they felt awesome! I found the eye gel cream especially cooling under eyes but i’ll chalk that up to the skin being more delicate in that area. Why it didn’t dawn on me to compare the ingredients while at cvs I have no idea but I did once I got them home and tried them. THERE IS ONLY 1 DIFFERENT INGREDIENT!!! mama say what?! yes, the only difference between the two is that the gel cream for face contains Carbomer and the eye gel cream does not. What’s carbomer you say?! basically (bare with me here as i’m a bit rusty but…) basically its a polymer that helps distribute or suspend an insoluble solid in liquid aka it allows the normal fluffy white powder to emulsify and retain water ๐Ÿ™‚ #nerdtastic

    So is there a need to get both the gel cream for extra dry skin and the gel cream for eyes? I’m going to say NAY since it just has an extra component to help the cream be more gel like and retain water better. I’d say get two of the gel cream for your face and just use it as you would the eye one. Besides the gel cream moisturizer is 1.7 oz vs the .5 oz of the eye moisturizer, so you’re getting more bang for your buck and the same result from both. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Sorry for a lengthy comment but I figured this was important to share with you and other readers before purchases or for future purchases ๐Ÿ™‚ AND hopefully yins can hit up the cvs deal like i did. Happy shopping.