The Art of Make-up Remover:

An easy and simple 3-step routine from Neutrogena®

Let’s face it: you love putting make-up on, but, after a long day, taking it off can be a real pain! If only you could snap your fingers and make it all melt away!
Well, for once, your wish has been granted: with Neutrogena®’s NEW Deep Clean®
Make-up Remover range, taking your make-up off is as easy as 1 -2 -3!

Step 1: The Deep Clean Make-up Remover Wipes. Ultra-soft and gentle, but also well moistened, these wipes are very effective in sweeping away the surface make-up, dirt and oil from your face. In fact, they are clinically proven to remove 99.3% of your most stubborn makeup, even waterproof mascara. And it’s very satisfying to see all this grime collected in one single wipe!
Step 2: The Deep Clean Invigorating Make-up Removing Creamy Wash. This is a hardworking facial wash that cleanses thoroughly, deep down into pores, without stripping the skin of its natural oil and moisture, leaving your complexion looking fresh, healthy and radiant!

NTG_Deep Clean_Invigorating Make-up Removing Creamy Wash

Step 3: The Deep Clean Eye Make-up Remover. The final step in this routine, this mild formulation removes any remaining eye makeup – all gone in one quick sweep. No rubbing and tugging necessary, and no oil residue behind either. It is also ophthalmologist tested and safe to use if you wear contact lenses.
NTG_DeepClean_Deep Clean_Eye make-up remover
So, the next time you’re facing a make-up removing impasse, try Neutrogena®’s NEW 3-step cleansing routine. It’s not only easy and speedy, but also beneficial for your skin.
After all, removing your makeup is the core step of your daily skincare regimen, and the foundation to skin so clear, it glows from within!


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