Neutrogena Alcohol-Free Toner Review

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I don’t have the best skin thanks to my genes. Because of that I always make sure I take every step available to make sure my skin stays healthy and clear.

I decided to try something a little more nicer to my poor sensitive skin. My skin usually loves Neutrogena products so I decided to give this a whirl.

Click down below to see what I think

What it promises:
Alcohol-Free Toner refreshes skin without stripping its natural moisturizers.It is specially formulated to provide clean, refreshing toning without the harsh drying effects of alcohol. Special mild purifiers gently remove impurities and recondition skin.Skin will feel fresh and clean—without tightness, dryness or stinging.

  • Oil-free
  • Non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores)
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Absorbs quickly

What I found:

This is super gentle on the skin. It has no weird scent.  I do like this but I feel like I need a stronger toner. My skin didn’t feel 100% clean after use. It almost felt like I just wiped water over my face. This isn’t a bad thing. I know most people will love this toner, but for someone who has problem skin this isn’t strong enough.


  • Gentle 
  • No odor
  • Cleans skin
  • Feels like water
  • Alcohol-Free


  • Doesn’t feel like it leaves the skin 100% clean 

VERDICT: I may not think this cleans my skin well enough but I know others will like this. This is a good toner, just not what I’m looking for. I still recommend this for those looking for a gentle toner. It’s a bonus that it’s alcohol-free too! Sells for about $7. 

Does anyone like this toner? Which toner would you suggest I try next? I just started using Witch-hazel now. 

1 Comment

  1. Anonymous
    June 30, 2013 / 3:16 pm

    Clinique clarifying lotion 2 works great and is good for sensitive skin it gives you the clean feeling you want . 🙂

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