Well at Walgreens Sheer Sunscreen Stick SPF 70 vs. Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Face & Body Stick Sunscreen SPF 70

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Not very similar to the name brand.

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Brandefy Review

While the active ingredients are the same, the inactives are not. In addition, the consumer panel felt that the Walgreens version left an oily residue. The Walgreens version smells significantly different.

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Marjie

07/27/2018

The generic is greasy!

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