This is a sponsored post brought to you by Cetaphil – a well known brand that I’m sure many of you skincare lovers have been gushing over for years. And years. I first learned about Cetaphil when I was a teenager. It has been FOREVER since I’ve tried anything from them but I’m in shock that their products are still rockin’. As much as they were when I was playing with them.
And who knew they had such a wide range of products? I didn’t! From washes and cleansers to lotions and towelettes, there’s something for everyone. Cetaphil has always been known as a brand that caters to those of us with sensitive skin. This was me and this is STILL me. But, if you’re one of those people who have fabulous skin (grrr…LOL, just kidding) Cetaphil is for you, too. I love when brands cater to those of us with ALL skin types. These products will work for a 13-year old and for mature skin. Everyone wins.
And winning in the skincare department is important, y’all because call it shallow, but I want good looking skin. Regularly. When my skin looks good, I feel good, I am confident and I shine. Forget the makeup, babes. I’d toss away my mascara and lipsticks in a heartbeat and exchange it for healthy skin. Wouldn’t you? As far as Cetaphil’s offerings, well, they have plenty. Their Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths are pretty cool because they are easy to use, perfect for traveling and are just as efficient as their cleansers. They clean thoroughly and beautifully!
ALL of Cetaphil’s products help keep that moisture in your skin. Squeaky clean skin just doesn’t happen. After using their products, you are left with cleaner skin without that tightening feeling from over-stripped skin.
And if you’re frustrated with the skin all over your body, Cetaphil has you covered in the body care department as their products can be used all over.
My sister is somewhere weeping at this post because she is a massive Cetaphil fan and would probably rob me blind of all of these items. Give ’em a whirl, loves. I believe in simple products that are safe and gentle and there has to be some kind of efficacy behind Cetaphil since they’ve been around for so long, right?
Have you ever tried Cetaphil?
This post is sponsored by Cetaphil®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.