Neutrogena Hydro Boost Micellar Water

It's the hydrating products that always catch my eye when I'm browsing the aisles of Boots and Superdrug, even more so when they're on offer. Neutrogena brought out a new Hydro Boost range this year and with that was some introductory price offers. With my other micellar waters running low I bought the Hydro Boost Cleanser Micella Water. I've been a fan of micellar waters since the Bioderma days and was keen to try out another brand and another one formulated for dry, sensitive skin like mine.


I don't wear a lot of makeup on a daily basis so I knew this cleanser wouldn't have to work too hard but the combination of Hyaluronic acid and cleansing technology was intriguing and I wanted to see if I'd notice a difference in my skins hydration. After using it just one or two times I was amazed at how soft my skin felt and there's never any tightness or stinging which I can sometimes get from other cleansers. Touchably supple has definitely been achieved. As for the cleansing part, it's perfect for removing the concealer and bronzer I wear each day but if I've got a full face of night out makeup then I quite like to double cleanse, using something else in combination with this, like a hot cloth cleanser. But it does seem that this would rise to the challenge it's self and best of all not leave your skin stripped of all moisture.  


The bottle is plastic which is quite good for travelling and the top of the bottle gets top marks from me. There's no wasted product with this as you're totally in control of how much micellar water gets onto your cotton pad. I hate the bottles that just pour straight out, soak the cotton pad and everything else around it! Another little side note that the scent of this product is quite nice, it's almost a light bubblegum scent. 


Unfortunately I wouldn't pay £8 for this as it's not too different from other micellar waters that you can get in Boots or Superdrug for half the price, so if I'm to buy it again it will have to be on offer. But don't get me wrong, I'm happy with the results, will use up every last drop and I'll keep my eye out for offers. I'm also keen to try some more from the range, boosting hydration is one of my top skin care priorities. Have you used anything else from the range? 
Thumbs up for convenience that's kind to my dry, sensitive skin.

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