Original offer details & such: SkinID evaluation - $0.00. Intro kit - $19.95 + S&H& Taxes. Continuity follows. For customer service to cancel once you've had your fill, check out the info below.
With so many acne products out and about, on television, on the shelves, at the impulse counter, next to the Redbox and vending machines...It's enough to make one wonder as to why the competition is so fierce. Is it because no single product works well enough? Or is it because people have a hard time telling which product works for them.
Maybe Neutrogena is onto something with the SkinID.
Neutrogena thinks they have it together by telling people what their skin is like. Pretty smart, actually. Now, be forewarned, the evaluation is free, the intro kit costs a little more and that rolls into a continuity program. If you like the program, keep running. Just remember to give yourself plenty of lead time to cancel it. Anyway, it's a targeted approach to Acne from a big name brand.
According to official product website SkinID.com, Neutrogena SkinID claims the following features and benefits:
- free evaluation
- 100% risk free
- clinically proven to work
- includes expert advice, articles & tips
- compare it to Proactiv
Order Process: Note, the introduction and whatnot is, like most acne products, an invitation into a monthly subscription program. If you like it, then brilliant. But note, you'll be billed and shipped the product at regular intervals. If you want to cancel, check out the information below. Not everyone has paid attention to it when they started signing up. Fine print, it's always so fine.
Product Performance: The reviews we've found appear to be living up to the hype. We even found a favorable BBB rating for the product. Also, it's Neutrogena - who doesn't do much half-assed.
Customer Service: phone: 877.405.8913
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With so many acne products out and about, on television, on the shelves, at the impulse counter, next to the Redbox and vending machines...It's enough to make one wonder as to why the competition is so fierce. Is it because no single product works well enough? Or is it because people have a hard time telling which product works for them. Maybe Neutrogena is onto something with the SkinID.
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