Beauty Review: Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel

unnamed (2)I love receiving products from Influenster. If you don’t know what that is…let me tell you.

Influenster is a community of trendsetters, social media hotshots, and educated consumers who live to give opinions of products and experiences.

They invite Influensters like myself to try exclusive rewards campaigns, like:

  • VoxBox campaigns where we receive complimentary full-size products to test & review!
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In return, all they is to do what we  already love to do: share our opinions with their friends & followers!

I was really excited to have the chance to try out Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost Water Gel. I suffer from eczema and the winters are hard on my skin. I love Neutrogena’s products to begin with and a new product is always exciting.

I’ve been wearing my Hydro Boost  for a week now and I love it. I will say that I’m addicted! The gel holds up to 1000x its weight in water so your skin feels super replenished which is a nice feeling for this wild winter we are having! It’s extremely lightweightunnamed (1) and feels amazing.

It’s an easy application and absorbs quickly without leaving behind an oily or greasy feel. This is a new part of my routine and one of my new favorite products!

I highly recommend it to anyone who’s looking for a light-weight moisturizer and who for someone who needs for hydration in their skin.

Disclaimer: This product was provided to me by Influenster and Neutrogena to test and review. This does not affect my review.


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