Cetaphil is a line of skin care products from Galderma Laboratories, which is headquarted in Fort Worth, TX. The first Cetaphil product was created by a pharmacist in 1947 and the cleansing formula is still used today. By the 1980's the products for people with sensitive, dry and/or acne-prone skin were becoming widely popular as an alternative to harsh soap. Its line of cleansers and lotions are now available in drugstores and grocery stores worldwide.

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36 products

10,611 reviews

64% would repurchase

Recent Cetaphil Reviews

Lotions/ Creams -Cetaphil -Barrier Cream

on 1/15/2019 10:41:00 PM


This is my HG facial moisturizer, great for layering over serums and before makeup or just on its own overnight. A MUST in my super dry cold climate. It's fragrance-free though it actually has a very subtle, lovely, creamy smell (not chemically at all). LOVE!

Cleansers -Cetaphil -Oily Skin Cleanser

on 1/13/2019 11:41:00 PM


This stuff is hard to wash out and doesn't foam as much as it should!

Scrubs -Cetaphil -Extra Gentle Daily Scrub

on 1/10/2019 4:56:00 PM


Not bad, but not great. This is a clear, gel-like cleanser with micro-particles that are so small they are basically invisible to the naked eye. That being said, you can feel them (barely) when you rub it into your skin - I'd describe it sort of like rubbing baking soda onto your skin - it's a very, very fine scrub. I'd say it's more of a daily cleanser than a scrub, and it does a decent job of gently cleaning your skin - it doesn't leave it tight or dry, but I am not sure it really does much to exfoliate either. As for the much-loathed scent...I don't get that. It's rather strong when you're using it, but rinses almost entirely away. I don't mind it - yes, it's sort of a plastic-baby powder scent, but if you are okay with powder scents, it's really not bad. The stuff is not worth repurchasing.

Cleansers -Cetaphil -Dermacontrol OIl Control Foam Wash

on 1/9/2019 8:12:00 PM


I rated this pretty well only bc it's for people that suffer dandruff or redness/roscea. If you have this I can imagine it's great bc of the zinc. It sucks excess moisture that irritates skin, things like sweat and oil. It's drying like all hell so that's why it's not for me. This is great for body if you have acne, dandruff, eczema, psoriasis due to zinc. It will suck that excess moisture that is making you flake and itchy. This has a fragrance that is okay. Cetaphil should get rid of that. So basically I recommend this for anyone who needs itch relief, but not for facial use unless you use a moisturizer.

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Cleansers -Cetaphil -Daily Facial Cleanser (Normal to Oily Skin)


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