Thursday, 2 June 2011

They Say, I Say: Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser

First off- I'M ALIVE! Sorry I have been a bit absent these last couple of weeks, I have been a busy bee and that looks to be continuing for the next wee while, so bear with me and stick around, I promise I will be back in action before long. I just wanted to pop on and let you all know about something that I consider to be a superb deal.

I have used Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser on my face for the past 6 or 7 months and without it being a big bells and whistles cleansers that promises the moon and has a giant marketing campaign, it is in fact just a fantastic, consistent, hardworking cleanser that I continues to impress me. It has really helped me clear up the big skin issues I was having, has returned balance to oil problems and has left it looking clear and healthy.

They Say:

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser is great for daily cleansing, make-up removal or as part of a skin care routine to treat dryness caused by prescription skin treatments. Originally formulated for dermatologists, it’s gentle on your skin and doesn’t disturb the natural pH balance.
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser can also be used instead of soap, which can irritate sensitive skin or skin damaged by eczema, psoriasis, acne or rosacea. Unlike some soaps, Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser cleanses, moisturises and gently removes impurities without stripping out your skin’s natural oils. It’s an excellent choice for facial or all-over-body cleansing and can be either left on, or rinsed off with water (see How to use, below).

How to use Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser:

Apply Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser to the skin and massage gently.

• With water: rinse and pat dry with a soft towel

• Without water: remove excess with paper tissue or cotton wool

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser


I say: 

This stuff really has become a staple for me, out of all the cleansers I have ever used this one has delivered the best results and continues to do so. It leaves my skin feeling like 'skin', by that I mean it doesn't leave it feeling tight and over worked, and it doesn't make it over produce any oil. With continued use I have found it has totally returned my skin to its normal state and left it looking much brighter and healthier. It wont deliver magical instant results, like so many promise do but in reality can really ravage your skin, but if you stick with it and let it work you could see a great difference. After spending too long trying out far too many different and too strong products this stuff has saved me!

 The reason I am getting round to telling you now is where I recently managed to pick it up- before this weekend I had to buy it from the Internet for £8 a bottle then postage, or wait until I was in my home town with a big Lloyds Pharmacy who stocked it. But this Sunday after literally just explaining to my mum what I use on my face ( she was saying it was look much better!) than I happened into the Pharmacy in Asda and BOOM there was a huge stand filled with these babies for only £4, I am so excited! Being able to buy it on the mainstream and for that price was a huge trip, so of course I instantly bought my next 3 bottles!

Has anyone else tried Cetaphil?

1 comment:

  1. I was going to use this product, until I discovered Liz Earle, which is working for me @ the moment. But I believe this product is v popular in the US, and seems to do wonders for a lot of people. If I start to notice my skin no longer responds to Liz Earle, I may give this a try.


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