Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Sunburnt Bad reaction
After using this product I got burnt and had a serious reaction with a rash and affected my eyes, My sister didn't get a rash but was sunburnt. It's not worth the risk to use this product!
Jan 21, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Mamma Jo Horrible Reaction
I wish I had read these reviews before I bought this product. I took this on a vacation to the Mediterranean and it nearly ruined my vacation. I broke out in a rash and blisters all over my arms and legs - which I have never done before. I had to stay out of the sun during half my trip! It took nearly a week of hydrocortisone treatment to get the bumps down and relieve the itching. Don't use this stuff!
Sep 17, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Wetandredskin Beware: hyper allergenic is more like it
I have very sensitive and fair skin, so I thought Neutrogena sunblock would be a good choice. Various Neutrogena products have typically worked for me in the past. Unfortunately, I followed the directions and applied liberally. I then spent time in the sun, only to break out in bumps and a red rash everywhere I applied it. Thank goodness it was only my arms. Don't fall for the hypoallergenic tag line on here. I know I won't again.
Sep 16, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by williams447 Absolutely the WORST sunscreen.
This product should be pulled from the market. We applied, and reapplied, this product very liberally before and during a day on the lake. Everyone that used it, including three children, got burned to a crisp! The one that used the generic sunscreen did not. This is absolutely the WORST sunscreen on the market. Neutrogena has lost a customer for good. Never will I trust this brand again.
Aug 3, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by MIMamma Turns light colored bathing suite/clothing orange!
I used this sunscreen & it worked to protect our skin, but it turned any bathing suit or clothing it came into contact with ORANGE!! I tried using multiple stain removers as well & it did NOT come out... very disappointed!
Jul 11, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 Had an allergic reaction AND got sunburn!
I bought this product because I thought of Neutrogena as a trusted name-brand. After one day of using this product my skin broke out in itchy bumps and my face swelled up an alarming amount. And on top of all that I still got a little sunburned despite applying the sunscreen as directed.
After days of taking Benadryl and applying ice packs I am almost back to normal. Very disappointed in this product that is "dermatologist recommended" ... I have NEVER had this kind of reaction before and am afraid to use any other products again because the reaction was so severe.
I would not recommend this product unless you already use it and know that you do not react to it. I am very upset that this product that is supposed to protect my skin has caused damage to it. I would prefer having used no sunscreen at all if I knew this would be the result of using it.
Jun 25, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by SunscreenGoddess This is the worst sunscreen ever!!!!!!!!!
We applied beforehand and reapplied every 50 minutes (I have redheaded children). I was obsessed about reapplying while on the beach so much so that my nephew started running from me. We were ALL burned. I used TWO entire bottles on one afternoon and we were all burned. It ruined the next two days of our trip. Maybe you can use it if you already have tanned skinned. NOT GOOD STUFF. Also applied on wet skin where it felt like it spread better. BURNED BADLY.
Jul 29, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0Â by dolce78 Good, but pay attention
I haven't had any issues with burning with this sunscreen and I really like how it feels and seeing the 'beads' of water repel off my skin as this product is decently waterproof. You MUST however apply before sun exposure and more importantly, you have to pay attention that enough spray is coming out to cover your skin completely. If it's clear it isn't enough. Spray hard and directly until you see white product, then slather on skin. Anything less is like nothing at all, which isn't the brand's fault but the consumer's.
Jun 30, 2012