on 4/19/2018 4:30:00 PM
More reviews by Eeeeelicia
I've used this face wash for many years. I have sensitive/acne-prone skin and this cleanser doesn't seem to aggravate any new breakouts. It smells good, kind of medicinally, and I like that is actually forms a lather. One caveat is that it doesn't really remove makeup that well. You'll want to use a separate makeup remover before this if you wear foundation or mascara. Other than that, I recommend this if you have sensitive skin and need a basic daily face wash.
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on 4/18/2018 7:08:00 PM
More reviews by donnatd
In cold weather, I have raging eczema. Using this cream liberally after showering has saved my skin.After 3 days, the itch and aggravating welts were gone.This is a miracle product; non-fragrance, and very emmolient. The only issue is one my dip one's fingers into the tube to retrieve a portion,but it is well worth any trouble.Will never face winter again with a tub of this.
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on 4/16/2018 7:50:00 AM
More reviews by Alexir
Do not buy Cetaphil sold for the Australian market it is absolutely terrible. Have tried it a number of times over the years, the Australian version always causes my normal skin to become extremely dry and irritated and sometimes has caused terrible rashes. It stings badly, sometimes burns, there is nothing gentle about this cleanser. I tried it on my face twice never again, the other times were as a body wash. I do not have sensitive skin. I have also tried it in the UK, and had no problems whatsoever. Cerave cleansers are far superior and cause no problems whatsoever.
on 4/10/2018 7:40:00 AM
More reviews by Prinny88
Meh. Just a bog standard face wash, it does remove oil from the skin but then pretty much every face wash does that?
Did nothing to keep oil at bay long term, doesn’t unclog pores, or even make my skin feel particularly clean. Not effective for removing light makeup like it claims (what do they define as ‘light’ anyway?)
Packaging is plain and cheap looking, got mine from boots but it didn’t come with a pump so they may have updated this since.
For £9 you can get better, wouldn’t bother again.
*Tip: It’s a couple of £ cheaper in Superdrug.
on 4/10/2018 5:30:00 AM
More reviews by dollylu66
I suffer with Rosecea, sensitive combination skin and I have found this product brilliant. It doesn't dry my skin out and feels lovely to use. I highly recommend. Its so cheap too.
on 3/31/2018 2:12:00 PM
More reviews by RLSCS
This is a review for Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion for Face & Body (Sensitive). I have been using this for 2 weeks and love the results so far. The dry patches on my face are clearing up and fine lines around eyes and on forehead look softer. It doesn't feel greasy and absorbs nicely.
on 3/29/2018 10:06:00 AM
More reviews by vgl999
It's not clear if it's unethical to give products negative reviews if I'm allergic to them... but here I am doing it anyway. Reacted poorly to this. I'm going to guess it's whatever almond deal is in it, or the c. alcohol.
on 3/28/2018 8:34:00 AM
More reviews by geekymakeup
i love cetaphil soap and i was looking for a daily facial scrub to help exfoliate the skin. other brands really either irritate my skin or are too rough. this is extra gentle as mentioned in the bottle. if you want a rougher scrub, this is not a product for you. i recommend to massage or shake the container because I realized the the scrubbing beads were missing on first two squeezes. once massaged/shake I realized more scrubbing beads appeared. At first, I thought it was too gentle, but I am using this every morning now for 2 months, I notice a difference in makeup application and radiance on my skin. on very oily days, I will use during my nightly shower. this is so gentle to use multiple times a day. and your skin does not feel dry either. make sure to securely close the lid, I ended losing some product cause I did not hear the click. You have to be patient to see results since this is very gentle, but now I am hooked. the price is good too.
on 3/18/2018 10:29:00 AM
More reviews by maimou
I bought this and the cetaphil cleanser at TJ Maxx, of all places, when I was visiting home in Toronto. I thought, well why not, I need a cleanser and some moisturizer while I;m here and can't beat the price ! It was almost free ! Its not available here in Switzerland, and based on the low price, I bought three each of them to bring back here with me. I was quite surprised to see small pimples the morning after I used the cleanser. At first I thought, no way , it must be something else I used or the combination of this and my serum.. I tried it again using no other products and once again two tiny pimples appeared. I have dry skin and rarely if ever have pimples. I can't see how its non comedogenic , as for sure it broke me out !I will use it on my body, along with the cleaners, but it wont be touching my face again.I'm always looking for great inexpensive products, but neither of these worked for me.
on 3/15/2018 1:55:00 AM
More reviews by stephanieflow
I have been using this face wash for a week and my entire face is breaking out and tight feeling. I have oily combination acne prone skin and I wanted a non irritating face wash and Cetaphil seemed promising. This cleanser is not gentle enough for my skin and does nothing for my acne. It does more harm than good. The irritation may be due to the fragrance and strong chemicals. I would not recommend this face wash and I'm going to go back to Simple Moisturizing Facial Cleanser because it did not irritate my skin at all and is fragrance free.
on 3/14/2018 10:38:00 PM
More reviews by clarissa90
I'm usually a fan of Cetaphil, but this is a pass. The scrub action is too gentle, meaning little to no dead skin is being sloughed off. It also contains fragrance and the fragrance ingredient heliotropine, which can irritate skin.
on 3/12/2018 3:53:00 AM
More reviews by jbunnyxox
Waxy feel after putting on and doesn’t really sink into skin. Made my make up look greasy too.
on 3/8/2018 1:16:00 AM
More reviews by Urkid87
My facialist warned me that this product has lots of fillers and parabens. I'm starting to care a lot more about my skin and the ingredients right now. I once tried Beautycounter because they are all natural, but some of the products don;t work as well. I tried Beauty By Design and it wa pretty cool because I was able to text with an esthetician and she matched me to a really great cleanser and moisturizer. They guarantee no harmful ingredients and natural skincare. It was def more expensive that what i used to spend, but now I know why sometimes you get what you pay for
on 3/4/2018 6:23:00 AM
More reviews by CountingBodies
I came across this quite recently, and as a long-time user of Cetaphil moisturisers, had to try it. I've been looking to incorporate an SPF moisturiser into my routine and wasn't having much luck with other brands, so figured this would be a great moisturiser as I've had nothing but success with Cetaphil products. For me this moisturiser had no white cast and a nice, almost matte finish - needed a bit of powder over the top, but much more matte than their Daily Advance moisturiser. Moisturised well. However, in my temperate-cold climate, this product always dispensed with clumps in it. Worth noting that I took this on holiday to the tropics - was pretty hot, and lotion came out smooth. But as soon as I returned home to cooler weather, the clumps reappeared. I tried shaking thoroughly, warming the bottle with hot water, and even repurchased a few months later in case it was an issue with a particular batch but nothing really worked. I got so fed up with having to pick clumps of lotion off my face that I used the rest as body sunscreen and will not repurchase. The lumps do break up if you massage the lotion into skin with a bit of pressure, but it was too much agitation thus not an option for my acne-prone skin. Another very major complaint I have is that it made my eyes burn like crazy. I would apply in the morning, but during the afternoon, my eyes would inevitably begin to tear up, and would continue until I washed the moisturiser off my eye area. I have never experienced anything like it - the burning was so intense that I could hardly see, which made this moisturiser pretty unappealing. Perhaps it was the moisturiser in combination with my makeup, but as I'd never had this kind of problem before, I was really disappointed. Definitely disappointed.
on 3/2/2018 3:24:00 PM
More reviews by kelpav18
I was in search of a gentle, effective and economically priced facial cleanser and came across Cetaphil at Ulta. In the past, I have used Purity, Peter Thomas Roth, and a few others but thought all of them were too expensive for just cleansing. I use this with my Clarisonic and get great - if not better results than higher priced cleansers. Cetaphil is extremely gentle around the eye area and I experienced no stinging whatsoever. It removed my makeup easily and left my skin incredibly soft. My tween son loves it too as it doesn't strip his skin and the package doesn't look "girly". I believe the 16 oz bottle was under $15 and because it's not a prestige brand, I was able to apply their $3.50 coupon from their monthly mailing to it bringing the price down to $11. A great deal and great results!
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