I love this!! I have oily skin but it's also very sensitive. (Even Dove was leaving rashes on my face) It doesn't make my breakouts worse, it seems to be actually healing them! Leaves skin softer, more even tone, and no more irritation! One of the best cleansers I've ever used. :)
I'm in love with this cleanser. It only has a few flaws but just makes my skin feel absolutely smooth and soft, which is always a plus. When on your face, the cleanser feels very oily, but as soon as you wash it off, you can immediately feel your skin is softer. This might not work for people who have oily skin; it might make your oily skin even worse. It was only about $7 for a big bottle. I use this cleanser every other day in the shower and I have noticed improvement in my skin. Overall, a good cleaner for sensitive and normal skin.
This stuff is just terrible. Leaves your makeup on your face or on your towel after you try to dry it. Worse, it leaves a horrible film on your face. I really don't understand what people love about this product. There are much better more effective products out there that are relatively inexpensive.
I could see where this product would be good on sensitive skin but I have very oily skin and after I wash it I can still feel the oil
I have very dry and sensitive skin and this cleanser was perfect! It thoroughly cleaned my face without drying it out or irritating it. I highly recommend cetaphil for anyone with sensitive skin!
I love this product and I have worked for both Lancome and Bobbi Brown. Why pay $20+ for a cleanser when Cetaphil does the same thing and is a whole lot more gentle.
I am still not sure about this product... I can see why people love it - it does leave a nice feeling on the skin after cleansing, but I like cleansers that do it all - take off make-up, deep down clean and leave skin refreshed. This product did not take my make-up off, which leads me to believe it did not deep down clean, either - I still felt "dirty" after using it.
I am in my late 30s with combination/sensitive/sun-damaged skin. I recently went on a quest to find my miracle product that was...well, quite honestly, more *exciting* than the Cetaphil I've been using for several years. After trying lots of products, spending lots of money, and getting LOTS of zits, I'm going back to Cetaphil. It's simple and gentle. It doesn't rinse off like soap, but it doesn't feel "filmy" either. (I can definitely tell when it's all off, unlike with other "gentle" cleansers like Olay Foaming Facial Wash.) So Cetaphil isn't flashy and sexy, so what? It's a solid, effective product that works wonders and pampers the skin. There's a good reason that dermatologists have been recommending this stuff for a bazillion years. In fact, I started using it after asking my boss with the flawless skin what she used, and sure enough it was Cetaphil, at the recommendation of her dermatologist. (Before that, she had suffered from adult acne.) I'll use this product forever.
This product is definatly not for the oily skinned. I felt like I was applying a lotion on my face that just would not rinse off. I wonder if I should just throw it out?