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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33 products

3,587 reviews

69% would repurchase

Recent CeraVe Reviews

Treatments (Eye) -CeraVe -Eye Repair Cream


I had a dry, itchy, scaly patch of skin under my eye which made it difficult to apply makeup, plus it was noticeable under makeup and flaky. I wanted to get an eye cream from Sephora but that would've set me back $40-100. I bought this about 2 weeks ago from Walgreens for $17 (NYC prices might be higher than other places). Within 4 days, the dry patch was noticeably better. It's easier to apply under eye concealer and it looks much smoother.

I don't know if any product can make under eye circles go away completely so that's why I gave it 4/5 instead of 5. It does a good job of moisturizing and is definitely a good product for the price point.

Lotions/ Creams -CeraVe -Moisturizing Cream

on 3/15/2018 5:00:00 PM


With 504 reviews and an 82% repurchase rate, my following review is going against the grain, you've been warned...

I had high hopes for this moisturizer after reading the reviews. But the evidence is clear on my face: my face does not like it. It burns when I put it on. And I have red splotches on both my cheeks, which I am currently trying to hide with powder. The first few days, I felt slightly itchy all day wearing this. It's been about a week now, and it's not working for me. It seems OK for my legs, but I was looking for a face moisturizer. It was $24 CAD and I'm going to return it. I look worse for the wear. Continuing the hunt for a good moisturizer...

Moisturizers -CeraVe -CeraVe Baby Moisturizer Cream

on 3/15/2018 7:40:00 AM


I highly recommend this cream. Its on the pricey side for a DS baby cream. It applies like a lotion, not full of potential allergenic ingredients and will help with improving skin barrier. Why do mass skincare companies feel the need to offer it for babies only and not everyone. I would choose this over their adult stuff. It always comes down to $$$!

Skincare - Face -CeraVe -Hydrating Micellar Water

on 3/14/2018 8:53:00 AM


I tried this after trialing Bioderma's Sebium micellar and finding it way too drying in winter for my super oily but dehydrated and sensitive skin. This stuff is wonderfully hydrating w/o clogging my oily skin, which is hard to find for me because my skin clogs w/ everything. Caused no reactions, and I thought the high niacinamide content would be an issue for me but it wasn't at all. As other reviewers have noted, it does sting if it gets into your eyes, so use caution when removing eye makeup. I find that if I wet the cotton pad too heavily, it gets into the eyes and stings. If I don't slop it on, then it does not seep past my eyelashes and causes no problems in that department, so I don't have a problem using it to remove eye mu as long as I don't slosh it on. My other favorite micellar is the regular Simple, which contains SAP, which is great for acne/pigment prone skin like mine, but when I want more hydration due to winter dryness, I use this stuff. The Simple does not seem to cause as much burning to the eyes, even when used as heavily. Sometimes I use the Simple to remove eye mu, then go over around the eyes w/ this stuff for a more hydrating second swipe. My only complaint is that it costs more than the Simple, but they are both easily available in most pharmacies, unlike the Bioderma which I have to order online. I do still plan to try the Bioderma Sensibio misellar to see how it stacks up against my two current faves, Simple and Cerave.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -CeraVe -Hydrating Cleanser

on 3/13/2018 12:33:00 PM


This is my go to cleanser for morning and second cleanse. For reference, my skin is sensitive, reactive, and easily irritated, but it's also severely dehydrated and prone to hormonal and inflammatory acne. I love this cleanser because it's gentle, soothing, and effective, but never disturbs the skin's moisture barrier. I don't use it to remove makeup or sunscreen (that's what oil cleansers are for, y'all, get on the double cleansing bandwagon if you're not here already), but it does a good job at removing surface grime and preparing the skin to receive your skincare products. It's easy to find, pH balanced, relatively inexpensive, and comes in a user friendly albeit unattractive pump bottle. I have repurchased many times and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

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