CeraVe is a skin care brand developed by dermatologists in 2005 in the U.S. It specializes in advanced skincare products, specifically cleansers, moisturizers, sunscreens, healing ointments and a dedicated baby line.* In 2017, L'Oreal purchased the company from Valeant Pharmaceuticals. *From L'Oreal-Finance.com

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Recent CeraVe Reviews

Lotions/ Creams -CeraVe -Moisturizing Cream

on 11/14/2018 5:58:00 PM


I am in my 40s with dry skin. During the winters, I also struggle with flaky, dry facial skin. I've tried quite a few facial moisturizers all over the price spectrum - from Aldi's Lacura brand, Clinique, La Mer, Nivea, L'Oreal, Olay - and CeraVe moisturizing cream is my holy grail. It's dirt cheap (around $15 for a massive 16-19 oz. tub with a pump - the same size container of La Mer is well over $2100), good ingredients (glycerin, triglycerides, ceramides, hyaluronic acid), very moisturizing, unscented, absorbs quickly & dries down matte. This claims to be safe for sensitive skin and it is non-comedogenic. I have not had any problems or breakouts, but some people may have issues with the fatty alcohols so just something to be aware of. This isn't a fancy cream, the packaging is super basic & not at all exciting or luxurious. I rely on my other skincare serums & treatments for anti-aging and use another product for SPF, but for moisture - especially if your skin is dry or damaged - this is where it's at. It's a rich, thick cream, but not at all greasy, and oddly enough, dries down fast & completely matte. I use about half a pump for my entire face & neck. Works very nicely under makeup & doesn't ball up or flake. You can find a 2 oz. (approximately) tube for under $5 at most drugstore or travel-size toiletry areas, which is a great way to try the product or for travel. This is my holy grail facial moisturizer and I will continue to purchase it.

6 of 6 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -CeraVe -Hydrating Cleanser

on 11/9/2018 9:48:00 AM


This is another product I keep coming back to. I have rosacea. It is controlled now. I avoid any facial product with drying alcohols in it. Be aware there are moisturizing alcohols, google it.

This product cleanses my face and does not leave my skin feeling stripped. You don’t need a lot of product to get the job done. It gets my makeup off, if I do not use Waterproof eye makeup or foundation. If I use waterproof makeup and/or foundation, I have to use a makeup remover first.

I hate the packaging. I feel I can not get all the cleanser out. The pump failed on one bottle. I wish they would make this in a tube. But I keep coming back to it because of the results.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -CeraVe -Foaming Facial Cleanser

on 11/8/2018 4:50:00 AM


I have combination dry/oilyskin. I had been using Olay Sensitive Foaming for years and thought I'd try the Cerave out since it was rated highly as well. I've also been using Johnson's Head to Toe Baby (an all over cleanser for, well...babies) every other night or so to wash my face. I notice that my skin is drier when I use the Cerave vs. the Johnson's.

It's not a bad cleanser (I love that it's unscented), but I think it might be too strong for my skin type. I probably would not purchase this again.

Skincare - Face -CeraVe -Hydrating Micellar Water

on 11/2/2018 11:24:00 PM


Was given this by a friend and I'm kind of glad I didn't spend anything on it. It's not a "bad" product per se, but it's not for me. I use micellar water in the am, as a gentle way to wipe off traces of night cream and dead skin. While this isn't harsh, it feels more like an astringent or solvent and leaves a slightly sticky sensation on my skin I have to rinse off. I'm a huge fan of CeraVe's foaming cleanser and their eye cream, but I'll give this one a miss.

Moisturizers -CeraVe -Facial Moisturizing Lotion - AM SPF 30

on 10/31/2018 7:01:00 PM


I had never, ever experienced the pilling of a product until I tried this. Good grief, this is terrible. It balls up, rolls around. and collects in my brows and hairline. Very disappointing from a brand that's so highly touted otherwise.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

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