Who Can Use Cetaphil Cleanser for Face and Body?
Cetaphil Cleanser is a gentle, low-irritant product, suitable for people with acne-prone skin, eczema, itching, dry skin, sensitive skin, redness, psoriasis, sunburn, contact dermatitis, aging skin, and melasma.
It is also suitable for easing skin irritation after using benzoyl peroxide, tretinoin, and adapalene.
How to Use Cetaphil Cleanser for Face and Body
You can use this cleanser for your face and body, once or twice a day. Per the manufacturer’s instructions, you can either wash with or without water:
Wash With Water
- First, wet your face with water.
- Pour cleanser into the palm of your hand, add a little water, and gently rub your hands to create foam.
- Then, apply it evenly to your face. Gently massage your skin in a circular motion.
- Finally, wash your face with clean water and gently pat dry with a towel.
- Pour some cleanser into the palm of your hand. Apply evenly to your face.
- Massage gently using circular motions.
- After that, you just need to use a soft towel or paper towel to wipe your face, no need to rinse with water
- However, if you feel uncomfortable, you can use water to wash it again
Dry usage is suitable for those who travel far or in cold weather.
Pros and Cons
Some of the things that make Cetaphil Cleanser highly recommended by dermatologists are:
- It is soap-free and fragrance-free
- It does not cause dryness and irritation to the face, hands, or body.
- The cleanser helps the skin retain moisture.
- It does not clog pores and might even aid in the treatment of acne.
- Cetaphil has a pH of 5.5, which is suitable for the skin to maintain its natural barrier.
This product also contains parabens. If you are allergic to parabens, do not use Cetaphil cleanser.
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