Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser
What is the first cleanser that comes to your mind for sensitive skin? Yes, it’s Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser. Cetaphil gentle cleanser uses fatty alcohol to remove the residue, dust, and dirt from your skin without making it over-dry.
What is it? Non-soap, non-foaming gentle cleanser.
Who can use it? It is recommended for dry skin prone to sensitivity breakouts.
Can I use it for sensitive skin? Yes, it can be used for super-sensitive skin, however, the chance of reaction cannot be ruled out completely.
KINDLY NOTE: This review is about the new variant of Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser. The old variant has SLS and Parabens.
Non-soap cleanser: It is a non-soap and non-foaming cleanser that removes dust and dirt with the help of fatty alcohol and Sodium lauryl sulfate. It uses fatty alcohol to remove the dust, dirt, and impurities on your skin.
Soothing: Niacinamide and Panthenol have anti-inflammatory action. They soothe sensitive skin.
Hydrating: Glycerine, water, and Pantalactone provide hydration to your skin.
Dermatologist recommended: Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser is recommended by dermatologists for sensitive and irritated skin.
Who should use Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser?
Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser should only be used for dry skin. Avoid if your skin is oily because you might get acne, whiteheads, and open pores.
How to use it?
Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser can be used in 3 ways:
- Makeup remover: Put this cleanser on the face and wipe it off to remove make-up. It can remove light make-up only.
- Face wash: It can be used as a face wash.
- Dry face wash: You can wipe your face with Cetaphil Gentle cleanser just like you remove make-up. In the end, use wet cotton to wipe off the residue of face wash.
|Is your skin red/itchy/bumpy?||
Frequently(it is irritated now), Never, Sometimes (now it is calm)
Acne & Blemishes, Ageing/Wrinkles, Pigmentation & Dark Spots, Pores/Blackheads/Whiteheads