A Wrinkle-Reducing Body Lotion for $9? Shoppers Say This One From Neutrogena Actually Delivers
Half a decade ago, hyaluronic acid was but an inside baseball term used among the beauty industry and formula obsessives. But nowadays, it seems to be on the tip of everyone's tongue—and the top of every skincare product's ingredient list. There's a growing proliferation of body lotions with hyaluronic acid, and a popular option among reviewers is Neutrogena's Hydro Boost gel cream.
To buy: $9 (was $10); amazon.com.
Neutrogena's hyaluronic acid-infused body lotion is a five-star hit with more than 2,000 Amazon shoppers. Aside from its moisturizing properties, multiple users have praised how well it absorbs thanks to the light hybrid gel-cream texture. Another major benefit mentioned by several users is its ability to diminish crepey textures and soften skin.
"My skin was horrible & nothing was working," one reviewer shared. "I bought this on a whim and was amazed how well it worked."
Another Amazon shopper shared that they are a Type 1 diabetic with hypothyroidism. When it's cold, their hands turn into "worn out, dried up pieces of leather." They added, "There are some moisturizers out there that work well, but require constant reapplication and leave my hands greasy. Not this stuff. This lotion is absolute magic."