Jennifer Garner stepped out in NYC yesterday after wrapping up the Neutrogena Sun Summit event. The actress kept warm in a pink sweater and scarf as she exited a building in Columbus Circle with a smile. As Neutrogena's brand ambassador, Jennifer was in the city to speak about the skin-damaging effects coinciding with the changing environment. Her attendance at yesterday's environmental awareness event adds to her growing list of causes she's taken action to support recently. She and Ben Affleck cochaired the 10th annual Stuart House Benefit, and they're also raising money for A-T Children's Project, but despite the busy schedule, Jennifer made time to take Serapina to breakfast at their favorite spot this week.
As an ambassador for Neutrogena, actress Gabrielle Union knows that the foundation of any beauty look is a solid skin care regimen. "There is only so much you can hide with cosmetics, so it is important to use them to accentuate your features and not hide behind it," she says. "That's why I'm so adamant about taking care of my skin with a daily routine."
This less-is-more outlook on beauty rings true in the rest of her life, too. Now 40, Gabrielle knows about the ups and downs that come with growing into your own skin. "You definitely reach a place in your life where you feel really present and can focus on things which are truly important," she says. "When you are much younger, there seem to be so many distractions; whether it be with your emotions or situationally."
Her advice for navigating the sometimes treacherous terrain of your 20s? "Not to worry so much about the small things, and just enjoy the ride as it all leads you to where you are supposed to be." A good cleanser doesn't hurt, either.
If you're anything like us, serious skin care gets you buzzing like nothing else. But even if you're not a product junkie, chances are that you'll benefit from some of the newest creams and serums to hit the market. We've spent the last month trying out — and we mean really trying out — some of the latest launches. These are some of the best, with active ingredients that can transform your complexion. Read on to find your perfect fit.
Each year, the average US household wastes an astonishing 10,000 gallons of water, roughly enough to fill up a residential-sized pool! Unfortunately, with the current water shortage crisis, none of us can afford to look the other way. "There are so many simple things you can do during the course of the day that can make a huge impact," says actress and environmental enthusiast Kristen Bell.
Kristen, who has partnered with Neutrogena Naturals' Jump In. Jump Out. Join In. campaign, is encouraging others to cut their shower time in order to reduce water consumption. "A long shower or bath is something that a lot of people take for granted, and it really isn't good for your skin," Kristen says. And while she acknowledges showers and baths are a great way to destress, there's no doubling up in the Bell household. "I just make sure I don't take both a shower and a bath in the same day," she adds. Kristen has plenty more tips for how you can make a difference, not just in saving water, but for the environment, too. Keep reading to see her eco-friendly advice.
Emma Roberts frequently lands on best-dressed lists, and now she's putting her fashion sense to good use. The 21-year-old actress has created a back-to-school tote to honor Wave For Change, Neutrogena's campaign to improve education. The heart design, filled with motivational vocabulary, was selected by Emma to mimic the heart she uses in her signature. This charitable project is just in time for the premiere of her latest movie, Celeste and Jesse Forever, before she finishes filming next year's Empire State. Like the tote? You have until Aug. 31 to snag your bag at Target; it's free when you buy two Neutrogena skin care products, and each purchase contributes a dollar toward the $250,000 charity goal.
We all have past, present, and future obstacles. In high school, it was knowing who was a friend and who was a frenemy. Right now, it's getting parents off your back about finding a Summer job. In the future, it'll be finding the courage to confront the roommate who treats your dorm room like her personal laundry hamper.
While we can't help with the drama, we can introduce you to an all-in-one acne treatment that combats breakouts like nothing else. Neutrogena's All-in-1 Acne Control line clears up past, present, and future breakouts. With the clear skin you'll see from Neutrogena's new All-in-1 Acne Control, you'll be saying "Bring it on!" to the drama of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
Sinking into the grass at barbecues, choosing a flattering swimsuit, and avoiding embarrassing sweat marks are all summer fashion obstacles we’re not looking forward to. But with the right wedge heel, bikini pattern, and shade of breathable fabric, all these obstacles are suddenly not so scary.
Since you’re never fully dressed without a smile, don’t forget your ultimate summer beauty fix: radiant clear skin. Try Neutrogena’s new All-In-1 Acne Control line that clears up past, present, and future breakouts. Made with naturally derived soy and vitamin A, All-in-1 Acne Control fades the look of past acne marks by evening skin tone and speeding up surface skin exfoliation. All-in-1 Acne Control also contains salcyclic acid, the dermatologist recommended ingredient that powerfully clears present breakouts and helps prevent future blemishes.
Teen life is full of photo ops — Winter formal, driver's license, and yearbook photos — that no matter how hard you try to hide them, everyone's going to get a copy. While we can't help you get a date, ace the written DMV test, or win "Most Likely to Costar in a Rom-Com Opposite Ryan Gosling," we can help you put your best foot forward in the photos you take in your teen years that will last forever on Facebook.
If you've tried ridiculously expensive prescription pills, messy homemade masks, and harsh outdated remedies moms swear by, but despite your best efforts, pesky breakouts persist, try Neutrogena's new All-in-1 Acne Control line. It gives you all the tools you need to fight acne by fading the look of past acne marks, clearing present breakouts, and preventing future breakouts. So when the dance, DMV, and yearbook photographers say "Smile," you can shine like the star that you are with the clear skin you deserve.
We all have tricks up our sleeve for outsmarting dating obstacles; we've picked them up from best friends, older sisters, and even our favorite movie characters. Take Legally Blonde's Elle Woods's dating rules for example: always leave him wanting more, wait at least seven minutes to respond to his text message, and cry to your manicurist — not your crush. When Elle wanted to win her ex-boyfriend back, she didn't just get even — she got ahead. Elle outsmarted her classmates by studying her toned butt off, the courtroom by utilizing her hair-care knowledge, and her ex by realizing she didn't need him to make her happy.
Channel your inner starlet by outsmarting acne with the confidence that comes from clearer skin. Try Neutrogena's new All-In-1 Acne Control line, which clears up past, present, and future breakouts. Made with naturally derived soy and vitamin A, All-in-1 Acne Control fades the look of past acne marks by evening skin tone and speeding up surface skin exfoliation. All-in-1 Acne Control also contains salcyclic acid, the dermatologist-recommended ingredient that powerfully clears present breakouts and helps prevent future blemishes. Genius.