I recently started using this cream again as I get Dermatitis/Excema on my hands. It's worse in the winter when my skin gets really dry and flaky. This cream is really helpful for restoring moisture to my skin and is very hydrating. Non perfumed and a nice consistency, this cream easily absorbs into skin and is non greasy. Can be used all over the body, including face, I recommend this if you need extra hydration for dry skin.
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Cetaphil Moisturising Cream Review
Cetaphil Moisturising Cream Review
Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream contains a superior system of extra-strength emollients and humectants clinically proven to bind water to the skin and prevent moisture loss. The result is long-lasting relief for even severely dry skin. The non-greasy formula is excellent for hands, feet, elbows, knees, and any other areas that require intestive moisturization.
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Tips: Apply morning and night.
I do like using this cream as it doesn't irritate my skin. It's a nice texture and it is easy to apply and the amount in the tub is generous. Makes my skin feel nicely hydrated.
Saw this advertised on tv and thought I would give it a go because I really like the cleanser. I was not disappointed! It has no scent which is nice, it is thick and creamy but massages in nicely with no greasy residue. I use it on my feet as I get dry heels, hands because I’m a bit OCD with hand cream and also on my face. I want to buy a bath tub of it and just bathe in it.
Tips: A little goes a long way.
i love this moisturiser as my skin is dry and sensitive so this does the trick for me perfectly! doesn't irritate my skin at all!
I always keep a bottle of this in the bathroom cupboard. It's a great, all round moisturizer. It suits all skin types from my husband's oily skin to my aging dry skin. My daughter who suffers from Keratosis Pilaris (dry, rough, hardened skin) reacts to most moisturisers and sunscreens but she can use Cetaphil with no reaction, it actually improves her skin condition! I would definitely recommend this as a soothing hydrating and non-reactive moisturiser.
Readily available at many supermarkets and pharmacies at a fair price. Cetaphil products literally got me through my teenage years of troublesome skin, and while I don't tend to need to use it much anymore, I will always trust this brand.
The Cetaphil Moisturising Cream is lightweight and absorbs into the skin well. A little goes a long way and it isn't perfumed, which is great for sensitive skin.
Tips: If your skin is very dry, you may want something with a heavier forumla, or just to apply this twice a day.
This is a great lightweight moisturiser. Soaks into my skin nicely and does not break my skin out which is what I usually look for in a moisturiser. Minimal scent and lasts all day for me. I'd definitely repurchase but it would not always be my first choice however it is a great price point and easily accessible.
Brought this to help cope with the dryness of winter, mainly for use after my bath/shower so I can restore moisture and be on my way.
It’s great immediately after use but I find the effects aren’t that long lasting I almost needed to reapply throughout the day.. so definitely 2x a day formula.
It’s a nice and light formula and it does restore moisture when applied.. only I felt sometimes I have had better results from other similar products. I would wake up and feel the need to reapply to my legs for example.
So I will use this up and if it’s cheap enough maybe repurchase but I would probably just spend a wee bit more and get a product that only requires application once a day.
Good for my hands though - they often need reapplication during the day so that’s not a problem.
It’s a light non greasy formula which I do like about it. So at least a little goes a long way. I don’t use this on my face I tend to use a sunscreen based moisturiser for that. But for the body this is good enough.
I prefer the Cetaphil moisturising lotion to the cream. This is a creamy product which absorbs fairly well and is moisturising. However for truly dry skin, I prefer a richer product and for anything else I think a lotion would be lighter and absorb faster.This cream is a good basic cream, barely any scent but I feel you can buy cheaper versions from Nivea (such as Soft) with the same quality.
Tips: My friend uses this as a hand cream as it doesn't feel greasy yet is fairly moisturising.
Such a great product, I suffer from excema breakouts and have dry sensitive skin so Am always looking for products that best suit my skin. this product has always been around, I love to use after showering, it keeps my skin nicely moisturised and feeling hydrated. definitely perfect for anyone with sensitive dry skin.