Neutrogena Hydro Boost: This top-rated moisturizer is HALF price this Amazon Prime Day

The Amazon Prime Day sale is doing wonders for your skincare

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If there's one thing we love more than a highly-rated moisturizer, it's a highly rated moisturizer on sale. Amazon Prime Day 2020 is in full swing and this time, it has brought some incredible discounts on beauty products, including a half price sale on Neutrogena's Hydro Boost City Shield SPF 25 Hydration Lotion

That's right, the popular product, which is usually priced at £12.99, is currently available for just £6.49 mark the e-tailer's annual sale. 

Neutrogena Hydro Boost City Shield SPF 25 Hydration Lotion | was £12.99, now £6.49 

The Neutrogena Hydro Boost City Shield SPF 25 Hydration Lotion is the perfect way to moisturise your skin. It's infused with hyaluronic acid, has SPF and vitamin C - all of which will protect your skin against external aggressions.View Deal

Neutrogena Hydro Boost moisturizer

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With almost 900 top ratings, 67% of which are five star reviews, the moisturizer is the ultimate skin staple - especially now that we've entered the drier months and face the prospect of winter skin

Much like its name suggests, it's incredibly hydrating with a great formula infused with hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in skin but has been purified and added to the mix to act as a sponge for dry skin cells, absorbing up to 1,000 times its weight in water. 

Thanks to this, the moisturizer which can be used by both men and women, replenishes the skin with a boost of hydration whilst also strengthening the skin's barriers every day so it can actively defend against external aggressions. Oh, and did we mention it includes SPF too? 

The formula uses an SPF that has been developed with Helioplex, which delivers strong protection against harmful UV rays and includes antioxidant vitamin C (in case you're not being consistent with your vitamin C serum) to help protect the skin from pollution damage, all whilst promising to leave you with a radiant complexion. But how well does it actually work? 

According to the many customer reviews on Amazon, the product does its job pretty well. 

"Really nice moisturiser, I'm Bangladeshi and tanned/dark skin and can confirm it does not leave a white cast on my skin," wrote one customer. Similarly, another wrote: "Make up applies perfectly over this product, which was an unexpected bonus. Not only has it solved the irritating pilling problem but also means I no longer always wear a primer. Leaves skin feeling soft and supple." 

Meanwhile a third reviewer, said: "I really wanted to find a SPF lotion that didn't cost over £20 and [I'm] really glad I found this one. Feels nice and light on my skin but I still feel like I'm protecting my skin well."