‘It leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth’: This top-rated Cetaphil cleanser for sensitive complexions is under £10 right now
If you’re in the market for a new facial cleanser that’s cheap, effective and a long-standing favourite among dermatologists and beauty editors, the Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser is a great choice, and it’s now on sale.
The popular drugstore cleanser, which is reduced to £9.89 (originally £14.99 for 473ml), is formulated without fragrances or harsh soaps and has amassed quite a fan base on Amazon having received over 4,000 five-star reviews.
And the glowing reviews left by Amazon shoppers only continue to grow. Many praise the cleansers ‘gentle and soothing’ formulation describing it as a ‘perfect fit’ for sensitive skin.
The popular drugstore cleanser, which is reduced to £9.89 (originally £14.99 for 473ml), is formulated without fragrances or harsh soaps
Its formula, which contains just eight ingredients, removes and cleanses skin without leaving it dry and stripped. In short, it balances stressed and overworked skin.
This mild, hydrating Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser is creamy and light and a good fit for a number of different skin types, particularly those with sensitive skin types.
‘I have been using Cetaphil for over seven years and wouldn’t use anything else’, one customer wrote. ‘I have sensitive and spot prone skin, and this cleanser is perfect. I use it every day to wash my face. It leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth, and I have noticed my skin is less oliy.’
‘The best cleanser for sensitive and dry skin’, said another. ‘Honestly, I don’t even need to moisturise, and skin does not feel tight at all. This is now my favourite holy grail cleanser.’
What does non-comedogenic mean?
The term ‘non-comedogenic’ refers to skincare products which have been proven not to block the skin’s pores.
Non-comedogenic products are a great choice if you have blemish-prone skin.
And it is also particularly good if your skin is oily or clogged. This is because it’s oil-free and doesn’t contain any comedogenic ingredients which can congest skin and cause breakouts.
Another chimed in, ‘I have had acne-prone oily skin for so many years that I have tried so many different products to help control the oil that gets produced. I came across this cleanser after reading many good reviews and have not looked back.
‘I have been using this for a while now both in the morning and evenings and am so impressed that this is now the only cleanser I’ll be using. My skin is starting to look less oily whilst my acne has tremendously reduced.’
They added: ‘I wish I tried this cleanser before considering how well it worked on my skin.’
Not only is the formula stripped back, fragrance and soap-free, but it’s also extremely affordable like the rest of Cetaphil’s products, costing just £9.89 for a whopping 473ml.
Even better? The cleanser is multipurpose so that it can be used on both the face and the body.
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