Is Your Skin ‘Normal’?

Let’s face it, it’s not every day that you hear about ‘normal’ skin. Dry, oily, sensitive and problem skin steal all the attention while some experts have estimated that an astounding 70% of women have normal to combination skin! So, celebrate no fuss, no dramas and no nonsense with Johnsons Face Care Range, made for your perfectly normal skin.

Take The Test
To determine if you have normal to combination skin, try this simple test:

First, cleanse your face and then pat dry. Use a piece of tissue and press on different spots on your face. If the paper sticks along your T-zone only, which is the centre of your forehead, nose and chin, then congrats you are one of the lucky ladies to have normal to combination skin.

Kick start your no fuss mornings and cleanse with the Johnson’s Refreshing Gel Wash. This gel wash contains a Vitamin C derivative known for its antioxidant properties to help maintain skin health and leave it feeling clean and soft. This invigorating gel is enriched with essential, skin loving minerals that lift away dirt and oil, and restore freshness. All you have to worry about now is what you will be wearing for the day!

Keep your complexion glowing without any hassle with Johnson’s Gentle Exfoliating Wash. It is blended with essential minerals and rounded micro-beads that give you the feeling of an instant at-home facial. This gorgeous formula gently buffs away dull lifeless skin and gets rid of impurities without over drying. Skin feels refreshed and noticeably soft and smooth.

For a quick one-step cleanse when you’re on the go the Johnson’s Refreshing Facial Cleansing Wipes are your saviour. Dermatologically tested, these wipes gently remove make-up and dirt, even waterproof mascara.


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