I know that I might end to talk a lot about mid range to high-end products for the average individual. This is because more expensive skincare tends to be better. Due to the fact that more research and higher levels of formulations have gone into production but Cerave is a complete exception from that.
ABOUT THE CERAVE HYDRATING CLEANSER
CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser was developed to cleanse and refresh the skin without over-stripping it or leaving it feeling tight and dry.
Hydrating Cleanser contains three types of essential ceramides:
ceramides 1, 3, and 6-II as well hyaluronic acid, fatty acids, cholesterol, phytosphingosine (a phospholipid with skin restoring properties) and glycerin (a humectant). These ingredients work to restore the skin’s barrier.
MY EXPERIENCE WITH CERAVE HYDRATING CLEANSER
Although the product states this is for normal to dry skin, it would honestly be suitable for anyone who feels their skin is dehydrated.
If you are new to skincare and you’re not sure where to start? Cerave is a great place to begin without breaking the bank.
I love the packaging, it’s a sturdy plastic bottle and comes with an even sturdier pump. It is available in 3oz, 8oz, 120z, 16oz and 24oz.
Cerave Hydrating Cleanser is an exception and at less than half the price of most of the high-end brand cleansers. It’s a good option, I use this morning and night to cleanse and I don’t feel my skin has been over cleansed. My skin feels very clean, hydrated and comfortable. It’s important for me with a normal to dry skin to choose a cleansing product that won’t disrupt my skin’s natural protective barrier or strip the skin of its natural oils and moisture. CeraVe Hydrating Facial Cleanser did that for me with the help of the ceramides which reinforce the barrier. They help the skin lock in moisture, along with hyaluronic acid that locks in hydration to the skin’s surface.
Have you tried this cleanser? Or anything from Cerave?