A staple! Cleans well without drying my skin. Other brands that is formulated for oily skin could dry you up that your skin would over compensate resulting in more oilies.
I tried it a month. It left my skin dry with redness. If your skin is really sensitive, don't buy it, you'd waste money... and time!
Boring product....like thick water. I don't get the hype, and I can't stand that ugly plain packaging.
This is an okay gentle cleanser for sensitive skin. It feels nice but I can`t help but think it isn`t actually removing anything from my face. It was also somewhat drying. Overall, it doesn`t harm but it doesn`t help, I am still unsure about the sodium lauryl sulfate in it - I don`t think my face likes it. I prefer the CeraVe gentle cleanser to this one!
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I LOVE Cetaphil gentle cleanser!!! I have dry, sensitive, and acne prone skin. Cetaphil has worked wonders. My facial breakouts are about 90% what they used to be. I use this every day and it doesn't dry my skin out. And true to it's name, it's very gentle. If you have dry or sensitive skin, I definitely recommend giving it a try. It's so cheap, it's worth a shot. It's really worked wonders for me.
I've just started to use Cetaphil and I am loving the results. My skin feels really soft and cleanafter I use it, it is so refreshing. It also reduced the oil on my T-zone, now it is basically oil-free! Yey! Highly recomended.
I have combination skin, and it is sensitive from using Retin-A. I keep coming back to Cetaphil because everything else dries me out. If you wash your face thoroughly with a washcloth and this stuff it gets all your makeup off. It's a little heavy for humid weather though, so I'd switch to the normal to oily skin kind in summer if you live in a humid area.
Never irritates my skin but makes me feel like I gave it a nice gentle cleansing. I use it in the morning b/c it's the next most gentle thing to tap water. No, it won't take off all your makeup, so don't expect it to. Actually I use Cetaphil bar soap to do that, which it does so very well -- I think it's strange that the bar soap would remove makeup but the liquid version won't, but it's not a big deal.
I have a large bottle of the Target brand of this cleanser. I use it whenever my face is irritated, whether it be from the wind or too much sun, etc. Like many others have pointed out it's not always effective for taking off all makeup. Lately I have been using it as a shave gel at the sink when I'm in a real hurry to shave from the knees down. It's perfect for that!
I use this every morning. True, this is not a cleanser that will remove all of your makeup, so I use a different cleanser for that. I will say, however, that this cleanser is perfect in the shower for sensitive facial skin that needs a little wash.