I really should get paid to post naked pictures of my face on the internet.
(Oh wait, this time I did While I was compensated for the time it took to write this post, my opinions are not for sale.)
BlogHer recently contacted me and asked if I would like to review two Cetaphil products this month. You all know I have struggled with acne-prone skin, so I am pretty game to try anything that may help. On top of that, you may remember that I had complained earlier this month that I still did not have any kind of sun protection at all in my routine, so when I read that one of the products was the Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer SPF 15 I absolutely jumped at the chance.
If you have been reading this website for any length of time, you know that taking care of my skin really does excite me, and for the past few months with The Great Skincare Experiment I have been consistently looking for that perfect intersection where healthy food and lifestyle meets ideal products for my face. It has been years since I have used any Cetaphil products, and I wasn’t particularly unhappy with my current skincare routine, but the two main reasons I was willing to check out some Cetaphil products were:
1. It was the most common product that you all recommended to me back when asked for your skin care advice
2. Cetaphil products are recommended by more dermatologists than any other brand.
Recommendations from my readers and dermatologists? Alrighty then, I thought, Cetaphil products may be worth trying again!
It’s only been a little while since I started using the Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser and the Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer SPF 15 and I’m happy to report that they really are both as gentle as can be. For someone with very sensitive and dry skin, this is absolutely a must, especially during the winter months! But the other thing that is important to me is that a cleanser actually get my face clean, and a moisturizer actually moisturizes. Both of these products did the trick, and most importantly they’ve done so without any irritation whatsoever.
I’m looking forward to seeing how it compliments my skincare moving forward, and you KNOW I will be keeping you posted.
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