I can't see that this stuff really does much. I feel like I'd do just as well rinsing my face with water instead of using Cetaphil.
I can't believe I used this cleanser for as long as I did. I'm all for gentle cleansing, but I felt this didn't do a good job. Definitely not a good choice if you wear makeup. It might be okay as a morning cleanser. What I really disliked about Cetaphil is that it seemed to be drying, and I have oily skin. On the plus side it never irritated my skin. I have now switched to Nivea Visage Refreshing Cleansing Gel which I feel does a better job and is not drying.
It doesn't seems to help my acne-proned skin.
When I used this product it felt VERY oily. It doesn't foam at all. I don't like this product and won't repurchase.
This did nothing for me and didn't remove makeup. I much prefer GlyDerm Gentle Cleanser.
GREAT for those with DRY DRY tight sensitive skin! like me!
When I hardly broke out, Cetaphil was FABULOUS with keeping them from coming. Now I break out every so often. I think this is a wonderful product to prevent breakouts, but not so much on getting rid of them - which really it isn't meant to do. So, once my skin calms down a little bit I would definitly buy again!
Water works just as well, and it is cheaper!
overpriced for what it is.. You might as well rub an old bottle of body lotion on your face
I have sensitive, combination skin that is prone to breakout. This is the ONLY product that cleanses without stripping skin of its the natural oils. My Dermatologist recommended this for me. I wash with a baby wipe and rinse with water until there is no makeup left. Leaves my face clean, and still soft. Cost $9 at Walmart. I use the generic Walmart version For $4.