I was introduced to Cetaphil cleanser late last year by my younger sister who suffers from extremely sensitive skin and eczema. This is the only cleansing product that her skin doesn't react to. So I was intrigued as my skin has recently started to go cwazy due to my taking a lot of different medication for a chronic illness I have called P.O.T.S. Since starting the medications late last year my skin has totally changed from a normal combination skin. It can now be dry skin one day, oily the next, combination the next, and has become sensitive to certain products too (bad times).
Cetaphil state - 'A mild formulation that gently moisturises and removes unwanted impurities, without stripping the skin’s natural protective oils and emollients, or upsetting the pH balance.' - so great for all skin types. I have heard that it works wonders for acne sufferers.
Cetaphil cleanser is so soft and gentle on my skin. Three cotton pads with one little squeeze of Cetaphil cleanser on each removes all of my makeup. My skin isn't left feeling tights & dry like after using some other high street brand cleansers, but left feeling like my skin is being moisturised while cleansed at the same time.
It's fragrance free with a runny consistency and can be used daily. I use mine in the morning & at night to remove my makeup, I sometimes even use it as an eye makeup remover (when I'm being a bit lazy) it is THAT gentle I can use it on my sensitive eyes with absolutely no irritation.
Directions on the bottle instruct to apply Cetaphil to the skin and massage gently, wipe off excess with a soft tissue, cotton wool or rinse with water and pat dry with a soft towel.
Aqua/water, cetyl alcohol, propylene glycol, butylparaben, methylparaben, propylparaben, sodium lauryl sulfate, stearyl alcohol.