I have always been a fan of the Cetaphil brand and have used their gentle skin cleanser growing up.
I have combination skin and the cleanser did not irritate it at all it actually helped with my skins appearance. When given the opportunity to use Cetaphil’s Moisturizing Cream I fell in love with it. I am constantly trying to find a moisturizer that will work on all my dry skin. I have suffered from Eczema in the past with occasional flare ups in the winter months. I try to avoid prescription strength medication if I can. Cetaphil is a brand I trust when it comes to protecting my skin and helping it stay looking good.
The cream is thick enough to coat your skin but is also quick absorbing. I have started using this product on my elbows the most as they seem to be a little rougher than I would like them to be. Within just a week of using Cetaphil I have noticed a tremendous difference. Why haven’t I used this product sooner?
Before going to bed I have started to apply the cream to my feet and then put on a pair of socks. My feet have never felt or looked better. Good bye dry skin.
If you haven’t started a beauty routine yet or have found a moisturizer that works for you head to your local CVS Pharmacy and pick this product up today. You will be amazed at how smooth your skin will be, no more dry patches .
Did you know that this moisturizing cream has been given the Good Housekeeping seal of approval?
You will also notice that at CVS the Cetaphil lids are a little different than you might find at other retailers and that is due to a great partnership that Cetaphil and Camp Wonder have together. I love to support a product that works and a Company that supports those in need.
Every child deserves the chance to go to camp and for the past three years the Cetaphil® brand and the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation have made that possible for children from around the country with chronic and life-threatening skin diseases. For one week, Camp Wonder campers get to take a break from being patients and enjoy the outdoors.
As a part of this commitment, Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream jars, featuring a Limited Edition Label, are now available exclusively at CVS.For every sale of this Limited Edition packaging, the brand will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation and Camp Wonder!
The Limited Edition Label was created by current Camp Wonder Camper, Amani Williams whose drawing was selected out of the various submissions received from the brand’s Limited Edition label drawing contest and genuinely conveys the story of the children who attend Camp Wonder.
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