Neutrogena Rapid Clear 2-in-1 Fight & Fade Toner (Review)

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Alcohol like scent
Light orange colored fluid
Feels fresh after use
Balances skin
Infused with AHA (Glycolic acid) to brighten and renew skin
Enriched with Antibacterial properties
Bottle like packaging
Great for acne prone skin

Effectively controls acne/pimples
Helps reduces acne blemishes
Removes residual makeup/hidden dirt
Did not dry out skin
Budget buy

Wish it had nozzle spray like packaging

Beauty Stars:

USD 6.5 to 8 (Price may vary in various stores)
(8 fl oz/236 ml)

Would I repurchase/recommend : Yes. Its an effective toner. I use it once a day everyday. It controlled my breakouts and helped lighten acne blemishes. Loved it !

Product description from Neutrogena website: 

Neutrogena Rapid Clear® 2-in-1 Fight & Fade Toner is the first acne toner designed to reduce breakouts in just hours, plus fade the look of post-acne marks for clearer, more even-toned skin. The refreshingly clean formula dissolves away oil as MicroClear® technology speeds maximum-strength acne medicine straight to the source of breakouts. It's clinically proven to reduce pimple size, swelling, and redness in under 8 hours and accelerates surface cell exfoliation to help fade the look of post-acne scars in as little as one week.
Glycolic acid accelerates skin cell exfoliation
MicroClear® technology
Maximum strength salicylic acid acne treatment

Active Ingredient: Salicylic Acid 2%. Purpose: Acne Medication. Inactive Ingredients: Water, Alcohol Denat. (38%), Butylene Glycol, PPG-5-Ceteth-20, C12-15 Alkyl Lactate, Sodium Citrate, Cocamidopropyl Pg-Dimonium Chloride, Phosphate, Peg/PPG-20/6 Dimethicone, Cetyl Lactate, Benzalkonium Chloride, Sodium Benzotriazolyl Butylphenol Sulfonate, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Hydroxide, Glycolic Acid, Yellow 6, Red 40, Fragrance.

Directions to apply : 
Cleanse The Skin Thoroughly Before Applying Medication. Moisten A Cotton Ball And Cover The Entire Affected Area With A Thin Layer One To Three Times Daily. Do Not Rinse. Because Excessive Drying Of The Skin May Occur, Start With One Application Daily, Then Gradually Increase To Two Or Three Times Daily. If Bothersome Dryness Or Peeling Occurs, Reduce Application To Once A Day Or Even Every Other Day.

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Which anti acne toners do you like ? I would love to know your thoughts.


  1. Great post...Thx for sharing..:-) xx

  2. going to have to find this a try it out.

  3. I'd debated buying this, so I'm glad to know it works! Thanks for the review!

  4. Oooh, it looks good! I've been fighting an uphill battle with my breakouts.
    It does make me wonder why Neutrogena didn't just give this product a pump, too, though.

  5. I like that it doesn't dry the skin out. Thanks for sharing.

    Keisha xo

  6. I like toners for acne. But I really don't like denatured alcohol in toner. I find that it dries my skin out.

    1. Thank you doll for visiting my blog. Keep in touch :-)

  7. Hmm I don;t typically use these types of products because of my dry skin. Thanks for sharing I really appreciate your detailed reviews.

    1. Thank you sweets. I really appreciate that my in depth and honest reviews are useful to my reader. Thank you the support doll :-)

  8. The Neutrogena Rapid Clear Toner look really good!!! Great Review Belle!!! Thank you for sharing with us :)

  9. Great review! I love how your reviews are so easy to read! I bought the fight and fade acne gel and love it, so I gotta try this!

    1. Thank you so much doll. I really appreciate that my readers like my honest and in-depth reviews. :-)

  10. I wanna buy the toner after I read this post :)

    1. Sure. You must try it. But do a patch test as alcohol might dry some skins

  11. Great review! Sounds like a good product!

  12. Very nice review dear!! Love that!

  13. sounds like a product that i need.

  14. i haven't tried this one since i don't have acne, but i LOVE neutrogena!!!!

  15. Wow, 5/5! That is a great product then. I do get breakouts. Lately I've been getting it more than usual. I already use Neutrogena and a Retin-A product.



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