I recently teamed with BlogHer to do a review on Cetaphil products! The best part about this is that we had already been using Cetaphil!
I've always had sensitive skin, therefore.....
I don't use a lot of products for very long. I would always end up going back to Cetaphil products. It just seemed like they kept my skin clean and moisturized the best. I also like that they don't have any smell. I like smell, but I can't do it all too often.
I remember years and years ago, when I was going to the dermatologist quite a bit, he recommended that I use Cetaphil products. I never really had many breakouts of any kind, but more so irritation. It just so happens that Cetaphil products are the only brand recommended by more than 90% of dermatologists across all four major categories: body cleansers/body washes, facial cleansers, general body moisturizers, and facial moisturizers.
Since the Cetaphil® Gentle Skin Cleanser is a little bit thicker, I don't use it every time I wash my face. Once it feels moisturized, I usually do every other day. I really feel like it cleans and gives the moisture without me necessarily having to use another moisturizing product.
I use Cetaphil® Moisturizing Cream on my body and I really feel like it gives great moisture and locks into my skin, if that makes sense. I think it definitely helps itchy and/or dry skin. I can also tell I use more in the winter time!
With Knox & Sloane, my goal was to be as natural as possible. Knox was having skin issues and just wasn't getting much relief from anything. His pediatrician and dermatologist also recommended switching him to Cetaphil® Gentle Skin Cleanser and Cetaphil® Moisturizing Cream. We've now been using both for about six months.
They don't seem to have very dry skin, but I always keep some in the basket in the living room in case their legs are feeling dry or my hands are!
They seem to be doing great with both!
Knox's dermatologist definitely thinks that he may have some form of eczema and thankfully believes Cetaphil products will help eczema-prone skin.
Upon researching on Cetaphil brand's website, I discovered that Cetaphil products are the brand of cleansers and moisturizers that both dermatologists and pediatricians are most likely to recommend often. I think this shows that most people get the results they are looking for when using them, so that's reassuring in a sense as well!
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