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Try It Tuesday: Neutrogena Combination Skin Moisturizer

Two years ago, I decided I needed a moisturizer in my life. I found love with Neutrogena's Sensitive Skin Moisturizer. It was claimed to be perfect for oily skin, and at first it was brilliant, but then the brilliance started to dwindle and I started to wonder if I have combination skin now. 
Fast forward to today and I've gotten my hands on Neutrogena's Combination Skin Moisturizer. I had high hopes from the get-go.


The packaging is exactly the same, but this version has a little pinkish-orange box on the bottom. I think the pump gives the perfect amount of product. My only complaint is that it be see through, I hate when I don't know when it's nearly done. Obviously the product amount decreases once it's hit the end, but then I bang on the bottle for the next week until I've admitted defeat...
Anyway, how was this different from the sensitive skin formula? Well when you first apply it, it feels more water-y. It's definitely odd. It also didn't sink into my skin as quickly. That's probably because my skin ate up the other and didn't give enough moisture anymore. But once it's dry, my skin feels matte. It's a lovely feeling. 
Throughout the day it  hold up pretty good with my cheeks and forehead. My nose and chin are my problem areas and my chin isn't as oily as my nose so it takes a fair amount of time to pass before I feel gross. What I found that was true for the sensitive formula was that it makes an excellent night moisturizer. 
Final thoughts: I like this, I'll keep using it. If there are any lighter formulas that do the job during the day, let me know...

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