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Review of Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser

Reader Review of the Day: Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser

Here’s a classic if I’ve ever seen one. Cetaphil’s Daily Facial Cleanser ($11) is gentle and aroma-free, perfect for anyone with sensitive skin or for those who like creamy formulations. Fifty-nine readers have reviewed this iconic product, as did CRob; and, here’s why she likes it:

I've used Cetaphil for about 12 years and it's been the perfect answer to my problematic skin. I tend to be oily in the Summer, super dry in the winter; I break out occasionally, and have been diagnosed with rosacea. All the while, Cetaphil has been the best solution for treating my cranky skin kindly.

If you have a favorite cleanser, whether it’s a cream, gel, foam, or in bar form, we want to hear what you have to say about it. Head over to the Product Review section, and check out my Cetaphil review, too.

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zuke zuke 4 years
I love, love, love the Cetaphil cleansing bar! I didn't particularly care for this version of the cleanser, but the bar is fabulous!
Angela123 Angela123 6 years
i loove the cetaphil facial bar for dry sensitive skin...it's like 3 bucks and the best cleanser ever!
wolfjinx25 wolfjinx25 6 years
The problem with this Cetaphil for me was that it was too gentle that it didn't remove make up or any leftover make up. Better cleanser I found is Premier Dead Sea facial cleanser that I use daily and I exfoliate with Clinque 7 Day Scrub at least twice a week.
emilylee emilylee 6 years
dont know why but i guess my skins a bit different, cetaphil's not my thing
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
This is the only product my skin is not allergic to.
Kellness Kellness 6 years
Nothing beats Cetaphil when it comes to a nice gentle skin cleanser
SalescoopCat SalescoopCat 6 years
Cetaphil is a staple in my shower. It's so dependable and always seems to take care of my undesirable blemishes. Not only does it unclog my pores, but really does a good job cleansing my face without stripping it of too much oil and making it dry.
pxpxcutie pxpxcutie 6 years
Cetaphil didn't work for me at all!Aveeno is a million times better on my sensitive and dry skin!
pxpxcutie pxpxcutie 6 years
Cetaphil didn't work for me at all! Aveeno is a million times better on my sensitive and dry skin!
mleiv mleiv 6 years
A million people recommended this to me, but it wasn't so great on my skin - it left too much oil and grime behind. I also didn't care much for the lotion (and the facial cream has a nasty scent). But my dermatologist recommended a similar product - CeraVe - which I've had much better luck with. The CeraVe cream is like a magical cross between Bliss Body Butter and Dr Brandt R3P; the lighter-weight lotion is all whipped up and absorbs instantly; and the soap is just the right combination of gentle but cleansing. I've been on some pretty rough prescription treatment for the past two months, and all of my previously-favorite lotions were making me break out in hives, so it was really a huge sigh of relief to find CeraVe. May it help other desperate sensitive-skin sufferers as well! :)
katie225 katie225 6 years
because i used cetaphil so much along with a particular sunscreen, my skin developed a sensitivity to both products. i believe the ingredient causing this reaction (felt like extreme burning!) was paraben and/or its derivatives. please be aware that this may DEVELOP due to its use. i didn't have the sensitivity at first, but after using cetaphil i developed it.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 6 years
Cetaphil not only disagreed with my skin however the ingredients are rotten. Talk about chemicals... No thank you.
Amanda-La Amanda-La 6 years
I love the gentle aloe cleanser from the body shop. I left a review for it in the review section.
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