Neutrogena vs. Clean And Clear

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Difference between Neutrogena and Clean And Clear

Facial skin care is something that many people take seriously, and right at the forefront of the goal for better skin are Neutrogena and Clean & Clear. Both formidable names in the industry as far as the quest for cleaner, clearer and younger looking skin goes, Neutrogena and Clean & Clear are the subjects of this comparison article.

Profile

Neutrogena is a line of facial care, hair care, cosmetics, and skin care products. The brand started out in 1930 as the invention of Emanuel Stolaroff, who was the owner of a cosmetic company called Natone. Neutrogena has since been purchased by Johnson & Johnson, which bought Natone in 1994. Today, Neutrogena products are sold all over the world.

Clean & Clear is also owned by Johnson & Johnson, and it is comprised mainly of dermatology products. Clean & Clear was originally intended to be the personal skin care line of Revlon in 1957. The original idea behind the name was that its products would have no fragrances or dyes, and that they would leave no residue after washing. The very first Clean & Clear products included shampoos, conditioners and facial skincare products. Revlon sold the brand to Johnson and Johnson in 1991.

As A Makeup Remover

Neutrogena and Clean & Clear both offer similar makeup removal products, and while they appear to perform equally well, Neutrogena does have some clear benefits. For one thing, it makes it easier to remove makeup without having to rub the skin too much. In addition, Neutrogena gets the job done with far less product than it would take with Clean & Clear.

Neutrogena was also gave superior results when removing waterproof make up. There also was none of the oily residue that Clean & Clear tends to leave behind.

Facial Cleaner

The two brands also offer similar facial cleanser products: Clean & Clear's Oil-Free Daily Pore Cleanser and Neutrogena's Oil-Free Deep Clean Cream Cleanser, both of which claim to be oil-free. This makes both suitable for people who are trying to deal with overly oily skin

In actual use, both Neutrogena and Clean & Clear promise deep-down clean, and both seem to do a good job at it, with Neutrogena possibly having a slight edge. In addition Neutrogena was also a bit gentler on the skin.

Similarities and Differences

Neutrogena

  • A line of facial care, hair care, cosmetics, and skin care products
  • Started out in 1930 as the invention of Emanuel Stolaroff
  • Sold all over the world
  • Makes it easy to remove makeup without having to rub the skin too much

Clean & Clear

  • Comprised mainly of dermatology products
  • Original idea behind the name was that its products would have no fragrances or dyes
  • May leave an oily residue

Which cleanser is least oily?
  • Neutrogena
  • Clean And Clear
 
 

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