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Skin Care Review: Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser

by Dianne, Hollywood, CA USA


Cleanses skin without drying or stripping of essential oils.

Contains Sodium Laurel Sulfate, which I have read is bad for the skin.

I have oily skin with large pores and acne. Most cleansers and soaps I have used in the past have only worsened the state of my skin, causing initial dryness and tightening, then excess oiliness. Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser *is* gentle enough and doesn't cause any initial dryness or other irritaion. It is also gentle enough to use as a cleanser while using Retin A, which I am. Most of my friends use this cleanser, as well. We all have different skin types and it seems to work well for all of us.

I would recommend this cleanser to everyone with all types of skin.

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Where to find it
Any drug store


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