Our Neutrogena Skin ID Review – Try Personalized Skin Care

Skin ID was studied in a double blind, randomized clinical trial. It was found not only to be helpful at clearing up facial skin, but the product performed in a way that is superior to that of Proactiv.

Clinical trials are great, but does it work for everyday users?

Neutrogena Skin IDEven users who were going through hormonal changes, such as those found during pregnancy, periods, or just normal aging, discovered that Neutrogena Skin ID works well for them. Since you will individualize your treatment by answering specific questions about your skin, the product tailored for you usually works quite well.

What are some ingredients found in Neutrogena Skin ID?

Salicylic acid in a 2% concentration is an ingredient commonly found in skin care products. In Skin ID, it’s used in a creamy cleanser that will feel good when applied to your skin. It isn’t gentle enough to be used near eyes, but it rinses well and most users did not have any issues with skin tightness or redness after they used it.

The Neutrogena Skin ID acne treatment contains 2.5% benzoyl peroxide, which is also a commonly used ingredient in the best acne treatments fighting products. The creamy lotion from Skin ID will sink into your skin, and using your normal moisturizer will keep your skin from drying out after you use this.

Benzoyl peroxide sometimes causes bleaching of fabrics, so make sure that you let it totally absorb into your skin if it’s a part of a solution or cream that won’t be rinsed off. Otherwise, it can ruin some of the fabrics used in bedding and linens.

What did we think?

We liked the Neutrogena Skin ID Review system, as it worked well for many people that have published legitimate online comments about the product. In some cases, it even performed better than the people expected it to, when they purchased it for the first time. Within one week of beginning this skin care system, people had clearer skin, without lesions, clogged pores or blackheads.

There seems to be less irritation and dryness in this formula, even though it uses some ingredients that cause those problems in other products. Perhaps it’s the way they are blended into this particular formula.

What have other users said?

” I tried Skin ID because of a coupon. Within a few uses my skin felt so much better — within weeks I stopped receiving large or painful pimples. If I get a small pimple, it comes up and goes away within 48 hours. My skin looks more even, less blotchy.  My biggest word of advice — don’t exaggerate your symptoms! I put that I only had sensitive skin sometimes and the first formula I received worked, but still made my skin a little dry. After four months, I changed the formula (by selecting sensitive all the time) and my new formula feels AMAZING! My friend has very oily skin, and her first order was “too strong” for her. She re-ordered after four months with a system that included a moisturizer and its helped her tremendously as well.

#1 Tip: If it doesn’t feel right – if your skin feels too tight after a few weeks of using – consider retaking the evaluation and reassessing your skin type.

I only wish I had this when I was a teenager. Love the stuff! Worth the money.”

Cristy Kirby, viewpoints.com


Have you tried Skin iD? If you have, we would looove to hear your thoughts in the comment section below 🙂