This is the best cream ever; doesn't break me out at all. My derm recommended this to me when I had a bad chemical burn from proactiv; I was a red flakey mess. This completely moisturized and soothed my skin. I use ahas, bha, and green cream now and I still have occasional flakiness. I use this whenever I do and it works great!
This is a really great, nourishing cream that is totally not greasy. very good on dry, flaky skin
I love this --have bought several times --this cream is so rich and yummy on, but never breaks me out ( I am not acne prone but do have the occasional outbreak)
This is an excellent moisturizer! I use this all over my skin and my daugther's skin. We both have mild eczema and I find this the BEST cream--I've tried them all from the very expensive, to the drugstore and have found this to be excellent. I would not recommend this for the face unless you have extremely dry skin!!
This is my holy grail moisturizer. I have super dry skin and usually stick to pure shea butter or eucerin cream. I picked up Cetaphil moisturizing cream one day and haven't looked back. It's got a wonderfully thick consistency, but absorbs into skin easily. My skin stays moisturized all day with this. I also use it as a facial moisturizer, and it leaves my facial skin looking radiant without appearing greasy.
I got this because of the rave reviews on MUA and boy am I glad that I did!! I've been struggling with my dry, flaky winter-beaten skin but was holding out before I made the investment but $15 for ginormous tub?! Yippy! I've been using it for a week now and all signs of flakiness are GONE. I slather it on in the evening but I use it a little more sparingly in the morning as I don't want my face to be too greasy before I apply my make up. I minused 1 lippie because it takes a little longer than I'd like for my skin to absorb it in my rushed morning make-up routine but that is my only complaint (and a teeny one.. i really don't mind it that much).
I have very dry skin, but other than that, my complexion has always been very good--smooth and clear (I'm 56). But in the past year or so, I've been getting very bad edema under the eyes every 3-4 weeks, and in the past month, I've had constant red hive-like blotches on cheeks, forehead, and near the mouth. I tried EVERYTHING to clear this up--no luck. My face looked horrible, and it felt like it was on fire. A co-worker with very dry, itchy skin handed me a tube of Cetaphil cream, and told me to try it. Hand to God, after ONE night, most of the redness was gone. After three nights--all gone! I use it all over my face, as well as under the eyes and on the lids. My skin is clear, soft, smooth, and lines are less noticeable. The puffiness under my eyes is gone. I LOVE THIS! No more L'Oreal, Lancome, Neutrogena, Oil of Olay, vitamin E oil, or Aveeno for me!! I will be a Cetaphil cream fan for life.
I have sensitive, dry Asian skin. This cream felt wonderful after applying it on my face. So, GREAT I thought. Then 2 minutes later...POOF!!! I have a face full of rash. Itched like crazy and then it burned. Don't think I'll be using this on my face in the near future. Probably elsewhere.
I use this nightly on my hands before I go to bed. I have very dry skin that will crack and bleed in the winter if I don't moisturize regularly. One problem is I do not like having creams or lotions on my hands during the day so I will only apply during the day in cases of extreme skin emergency. For the most part ever since I started using this about 3 years ago my hands are doing a lot better. I would recommend this over the Eucerin cream, Eucerin is too sticky! Both the Cetaphil and Eucerine creams were recommended to me by physicians due to my issues with dry skin.
I started buying this a couple years ago when my legs were getting terribly chapped in wintertime, but then when my face also became very dry also I tried it out of desperation. That hooked me. This year I bought a big jar so I have plenty for the face, hands & body. As a facial moisturizer, it's unbeatable for dry, dehydrated winter skin - it absorbs well and even works under makeup. It's not fancy or expensive, but unlike a lot of fancy, expensive creams, it does what it's supposed to do.