Cetaphil

Cetaphil

Cetaphil is a line of skin care products from Galderma Laboratories, which is headquarted in Fort Worth, TX. The first Cetaphil product was created by a pharmacist in 1947 and the cleansing formula is still used today. By the 1980's the products for people with sensitive, dry and/or acne-prone skin were becoming widely popular as an alternative to harsh soap. Its line of cleansers and lotions are now available in drugstores and grocery stores worldwide.

https://www.cetaphil.com/
Overall rating
3.6
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64%
would repurchase
3.6
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Overall rating
64%
would repurchase

Recent Cetaphil Reviews


Gentle Skin Cleanser
4.0
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4 days ago

Mild cleanser, does not foam up. Able to clean face well. Has a slight weird scent to it. Personally prefers foaming type, so will not buy again.

Gentle Skin Cleanser
4.0
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4 days ago

Mild cleanser, does not foam up. Able to clean face well. Has a slight weird scent to it. Personally prefers foaming type, so will not buy again.

PRO Restoraderm Gentle Body Moisturizer

Just finished my first bottle and already have a new bottle waiting in the cabinet! The label changes are a bit confusing though, with my new bottle eliminating the word “Restoraderm”, and with the ingredient list now in alpha order it’s not easily apparent what ingredients may have changed. I do know that the new bottle (with the words “Pro dry skin”) now contains 1% Colloidal Oatmeal while the Restoraderm did not contain oatmeal. This lotion is very soothing and it works nicely as an all over body moisturizer because it blends in and absorbs completely. I recently added the matching body wash to my shower routine and they make a great moisturizing combo! Highly recommend both products!

PRO Restoraderm Gentle Body Moisturizer
5.0
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8 days ago

Just finished my first bottle and already have a new bottle waiting in the cabinet! The label changes are a bit confusing though, with my new bottle eliminating the word “Restoraderm”, and with the ingredient list now in alpha order it’s not easily apparent what ingredients may have changed. I do know that the new bottle (with the words “Pro dry skin”) now contains 1% Colloidal Oatmeal while the Restoraderm did not contain oatmeal. This lotion is very soothing and it works nicely as an all over body moisturizer because it blends in and absorbs completely. I recently added the matching body wash to my shower routine and they make a great moisturizing combo! Highly recommend both products!