Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Very upset Worst reaction I've ever had!
I am very upset that the so called "sensitive skin " spf 60 sunscreen is ruining my vacation. I have always used the 30 spf and loved it. This new formula has given me an itchy, swollen face with red bumps that actually sting.
Apr 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Garbganza22 Horrible Product! So disappointed in Neutrogena
I live in in the skin cancer capitol of the world and take care of my skin. I used Neutrogena Sensitive Skin SPF 30 for years after my doctor suggested it with no problems. Lo and behold it disappeared from stores (apparently discontinued). Trusting the brand name I tried the Sensitive Skin SPF 60 and Clear Face (which does indeed have a scent not as labeled above... the bottle is in front of me! and does cause acne!) with reactions to both (red burning and bumps plus acne). I am out the money for both. I have Rosacea and sensitive skin and would tell anyone with the same to run from these products. Neutrogena used to to be one of the most recommended, but it looks as though those days are over. Sadly, I can't trust the brand name any more and won't pay towards any more products. That's what happens when you change what works and you don't listen to those who made your company... I will change to a brand my doctor is now recommending. *Yelped, Facebooked and Blogged the same.
Apr 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Yccye Red itchy rash
On a recent trip to Florida I used this lotion on my face and neck area. After just one day I developed a rough, red itchy rash.. The redness is finally going away after seven days, but the area is still rough, dry and itchy. I will not recommend this or ever use it again. There is obviously an ingredient in this product that causes allergic dermatitis. I also will not call your 800 number. I just told you all the info you need to know.
Mar 31, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0Â by ArtistErica I also preferred the old version
I'm reading these reviews and cannot understand why Neutrogena changed their product to be a more complicated one. The simple sunblock preparation without a lot of added ingredients was the best. The only time I have been able to find it in recent years was in a drug store in Puerto Rico this past Christmas - and I grabbed it and brought it home.
Please bring back the old product to be an alternative to the current, more complicated version of today. Keeping it simple is better for the body and is less apt to cause the allergic reactions reported here by so many.
Mar 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Mocster1 WHY are you still selling this terrible product?
My daughter bought it and put it on ONCE this weekend. What a mistake! She has not been able to sleep for the past two nights due to the severe rash pain. How in good conscience can you keep this on the market when there are reviews dating back to last Sept. about the horrible rashes it causes? I cannot express to you how disappointed I am in your brand leadership - or lack thereof. Neutrogena used to be a name I felt I could trust. Now I will read reviews about allergic reactions before I ever let anyone I know use a Neutrogena product.
Mar 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Kariba Blotches/Rash. Please bring to old brand back
I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one that experience this problem. I have albinism and I fell in love with the old brand of sunscreen for sensitive skin and when I ran out of the product and purchased the new one, all Christmas broke loose. I had blotches and itchy rashes. Neutrogena has been around for a long time but could you please make something right continuing to sell the old sensitive sunscreen. We really need it back.
Feb 18, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0Â by noris I have uneven skin tone
I like since the first day. I love it, I recommend this product.
Feb 5, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by ge@va Caused allergic reaction
This caused an allergic reaction: red itchy bumps everywhere I applied it. This is obviously not atypical, given all the reviews here. I can no longer use Neutrogena face lotion either. I don't know what you are putting in these, but I will look elsewhere for lotions and sunscreen from now on.
Jan 17, 2015