Best cleanser ever! And its very inexpensive too! I have been using this for around 2 years and I keep repurchasing after its finished. It's the mildest cleanser I have tried to date. I use it to cleanse my face in the morning and when I do not have make up on. It doesn't work well removing make up so I will have to do the extra step of using my Bobbi Brown cleansing oil to remove the make up first, then follow up with the Cetaphil cleanser. When I first got it I was a bit unsure, it doesn't foam, so it may give you the impression it isn't that clean but it never gave me breakouts, and at the same time didnt dry my skin like some cleansers do. It works well with the Clarisonic Mia2 that I have, and when I use them both together, I love the brightness and look of my skin after.
If you have no money this is ok but it is boring and plain and there is not really a scent to it meh
Best face cleanser ever. EVER. Ask Pharrel Williams, he's 40 and looks 20.
Okay the first two days, I didn't really see anything, which is acceptable! But, mmmm guuuuuuuurrrrl, my skin has cleared up SO MUCH in the 2 weeks. It's great. However, I do use this every night along with my Clearasil Serum for zits, and my Neutrogena moisterizer. These three products are really clearing up my face, I think. But, yes, this cleanser made a beautiful differance, and I reccomend it. Sooooo cheap, especially the amount if gives you! (-:
Wonderful and Gentle, what more do you want?
This is a nice basic cleanser, which doesn't irritate or dry out my skin. I feel like my face is really clean after I use it and it does a good job. I do prefer more of a cleansing milk, but this still made my skin feel soft and clean. No complaints!
It's a really soft lotion feel like face cleanser.
I started using this as part of my regiment to get rid of hormonal acne on face, it's the last product I use (last stage in cleansing) and I use this also as a body wash too as its so soft for my face it would be soft for body as well.
One of the most gentle and soft cleanser that doesn't irritate skin.
The gentle cleanser doesn't get foamy much - gentle oily cleanser does have foams and gives more of a cleansing feel to it. I used it both but gentle cleanser is much more gentler... :)
One of the recommendation for ppl with acne is to remove your makeup with oils like jojoba oil, extra virgin olive oil or sweet almond oil firstly and then finish up with this cleanser... :) your skin will feel like a baby's skin!!! Will definitely be my cleanser for a longggg time!
One of the only things I can use to wash my face because my skin is so sensitive. Doesn't break me out or dry my skin out.
It does remove some makeup, but I do have to use a makeup remover before I use it to make sure it all comes off.
I would definitely recommend if you have acne-prone, dry/sensitive skin! Worth trying. My HG cleanser!
I started using Cetaphil cleanser years ago when it was recommended to me by a dermatologist who was treating me for cystic acne. He actually recommended I apply this like lotion to soothe my skin.
My skin is on the dry side now so I don't wash with cleanser in the AM - just water. To remove my makeup, I use eye makeup remover (MAC or Clinique) to take off mascara, etc. Then I massage Cetaphil on my face, scrub gently with a warm washcloth and rinse with water. I don't understand why people say it doesn't remove makeup. Just as a test, I wiped my cheek with rubbing alcohol where I had blush and foundation before cleansing and it came off clean.
I get this at Costco - two huge bottles with pump applicator for something like $12. I see no need to purchase anything else (except for eye makeup removal)
I've been suffering from the worst breakout to date over the past few months but this cleanser is by far the best cleanser I have ever used! It doesn't remove your make up completely but I always take my make up off with Bioderma sensibio cleansing water first. Both of these products are great for sensitive skin and I haven't broke out once since I've been using these products. I would definitely recommend!