Revive Your Skin With Neutrogena’s Bright Boost Line

As a we start to *safely* venture back out into the world after months of remaining indoors, your skin may be in need of a little extra TLC. Whether you’ve let your regular skincare routine slide, or your sun-starved complexion is looking lacklustre, Neutrogena’s latest Bright Boost line might just be the secret weapon you need.

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Disclaimer: The products below were provided to me at no cost for editorial consideration. All opinions are my own.

The Neutrogena Bright Boost line was created by women, for women. A team of millennial scientists have developed formulas for an on-the-go generation that are affordable, easy to use, and deliver visible results. Three of the products are powered by the gentle exfoliant Neoglucosamine to boost surface cell turnover, which slows over time, and work with other brightening ingredients to even out your skin and smooth fine lines. I was happy to see mandelic acid and glycolic acid join the formula’s unique mix, which have done wonders for my own combination skin.

The Neutrogena Bright Boost line includes:

Fearing my own eventual return to society, I put the complete line to the test. The potential payout? Brighter, wide-awake skin in just one week.

My Daily 5-minute Bright Boost Routine

I start each morning by cleansing my skin with the line’s Resurfacing Micro Polish, a lightly scented and incredibly gentle exfoliator that’s helped erase any small bumps or rough patches on my skin. Its chemical exfoliant is cellulose, which is biodegradable, so I don’t have to worry about microplastics entering the water supply.

Following my regular serums, I massage 4-5 drops of the creamy Illuminating Serum – a milky, fragrant lotion with a slight sheen – into my skin for an instantly visible boost.

The Bright Boost lightweight Gel Cream follows, which is formulated with AHA, PHA and mandelic acid to boost cell turnover and help skin stay hydrated throughout the day. I also use this in the evening, massaging generously into my face, neck, chest and any extra product into my hands – a tip a makeup artist taught me a few years ago that I’ve religiously followed since.

The line’s Facial Moisturizer with SPF is the final step in the Bright Boost routine. This lightweight, liquid formula packs even more hydrating ingredients, moringa seed and vitamins C &E, into the set’s final punch. (We’re not allowed to say this, but I hate sunscreen. The Bright Boost Facial Moisturizer with SPF is an easy pill to swallow, however, and doesn’t make my skin break out like other formulas.)

And that’s it!

Pre-pandemic times, I’d follow this with foundation or a BB cream, but I’ve been doing my best to give my skin a much-needed break from makeup over the past few months and stick only to the essentials. Neutrogena’s Bright Boost line is an easy-to-follow routine that fights pre-aging and gives your skin an effortless glow without breaking the bank.

Have you checked out Neutrogena’s Bright Boost line yet?

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