Reddit Reddit reviews Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream for Dry/Sensitive Skin, Fragrance Free 16 oz

We found 14 Reddit comments about Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream for Dry/Sensitive Skin, Fragrance Free 16 oz. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream for Dry/Sensitive Skin, Fragrance Free 16 oz
Intense and lasting moisture to replenish sensitive, dry skin — great for eczema-prone and very dry skinClinically proven to provide immediate, long-lasting hydration that soothes dry, itchy skinUnique formula attracts water to the skin and helps prevent moisture loss
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14 Reddit comments about Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream for Dry/Sensitive Skin, Fragrance Free 16 oz:

u/kokomocat · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

My acne is not as severe as yours, so I don't know if what I do would help you but we can give it a shot, right?

  • I use CeraVe Foaming Cleanser in both mornings and nights to wash my face
  • I don't use a BHA anymore
  • I do use AHA, Alpha Hydrox 10% Glycolic in both morning and night
  • I use a Salicylic Acid Peel 20% once a week, so far it has helped, I've only used it for two weeks
  • After the peel, I use a MBD Black Pearl mask, mainly because it's soothing and very moisturizing, which is perfect after a peel.
  • I moisturize with Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream. People here vastly recommend CeraVe Moisturizing Cream because it has ceramides and it's pretty good.
  • For sunscreen, I tried Cetaphil Dermacontrol, it's too oily and I didn't like it because it stung my eyes. I tried L'Oreal Ideal Moisture with SPF, didn't like it because it was heavy. I tried both Biore Aqua Rich and Biore Perfect Face Milk I loved both thoroughly; they are light, milky, smooth, they feel great on the skin and stay matte like it's nobodies business.
  • I use the Thayer Cucumber Witch Hazel toner. No reason in special for the cucumber aside from me loving how it smells. It has helped me some with redness and inflammation.

    My routine is as it follows:


  • Cleanse with CeraVe
  • Apply Witch Hazel toner
  • After it dries, apply AHA, wait for it to absorb 20 min
  • Apply Cetaphil Moisturizer
  • Apply sunscreen
  • Makeup if any


  • Remove makeup and sunscreen with Pond's Cold Cream cleanser
  • Wash with CeraVe
  • Apply witch hazel
  • Apply AHA
  • Moisturize


    Every Friday night each week

  • Wash with CeraVe
  • Clean face with rubbing alcohol (my face is super oily)
  • Apply Salicylic acid peel for 2:00 min
  • Rinse acid
  • Apply my beauty diary sheet mask for 20 min
  • Moisturize with Cetaphil
  • Apply thin layer of Aquaphor


    And that's it, my skin has gotten way better and something that has also helped millions is that I went on the pill, since my acne is hormonal.

    Remember to patch test and to not abuse your skin, the gentler the better!!!! There are things that might or might not work for you, it takes a while to find what's best for your skin. If nothing works, you can always try PocketDerm or a dermatologist around your area, don't be afraid to ask for professional help. Good luck!

u/Decker87 · 2 pointsr/AskMen

Cetaphil non-comedogenic moisturizer. Comes in a tub and looks like something a doctor would prescribe. I've used it every day for 3 years.

u/RichardF1st · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction
u/bukkakebecca · 2 pointsr/Accutane

Cetaphil Moisturising Lotion - get a big tub on amazon that lasts like 6months

Also garnier moisturising sheet are really good (haven't used while on accutane yet, BUT i am about to start my second course and will defy be using these to tackle the dry skin)

u/Saga_I_Sig · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I found a couple possibilities, I think. But they might be the wrong products. They are Cetaphil and have the right name, though, so maybe one of them is what you're looking for?



There are actually a lot of Cetaphil creams on Amazon for dry, sensitive skin with various packaging and sizes. Maybe take a look around and see if any of them have the correct ingredients/packaging.

u/molassesqueen · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I started getting similar breakouts near my chin after getting on birth control. After trying a lot of different things, I tried adding an evening primrose oil supplement to my vitamin regimen due to my research on this sub and elsewhere. It's only been 2 months (I know that's not a long time in skin-care land), but I have already seen a big difference in my skin, especially around my period. Though I do still get some breakouts, they are MUCH smaller and clear up almost immediately.

My regimen:

Morning: rinse face with water, moisturize with Cetaphil (in the tub), take vitamins/supplements after breakfast (one 1000 mg pill of evening primrose oil, one multivitamin, one 400 IU pill of vitamin E)

Evening: wash with Cetaphil gentle cleanser & pink Sephora manual face cleansing brush, apply coconut oil(I literally just dip my fingers in the jar and apply to my face).

I may up my intake of the evening primrose oil (the bottle recommends taking 3 pills per day), but I wanted to test it out first. I've also heard good things about spearmint tea helping with hormonal breakouts, but no personal experience. Good luck to you!

u/InhalingHelium · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I've never gotten a rash from it, I think you need a new jar! And I really like Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream, it gets the job done and doesn't irritate my skin at all :D you can find it here or at your local drugstore! Good luck!

u/Kit-the-cat · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I too had little to no acne (save for my time of the month) until I got the Mirena. I used to get deep hormonal acne on my forehead, jaw, and chin. After 3 years of dealing with it I've finally figured out how to maintain clear & moisturized skin without getting the deep/painful zits.

My routine now:

I currently use a BP cleanser (this one by Neutrogena) AM & PM

Then a salicylic acid cleanser (also by Neutrogena) AM & PM

To combat the potential dryness from the chemical exfoliation plus winter weather, I use several different moisturizers.

I use my normal "light" moisturizer (by Proactiv, I'm currently looking for a new one) AM & PM

Wait 5 minutes

Then I lightly wet my face with water, and apply a hyaluronic moisturizer cream (by Olay) but you can use a hyaluronic serum instead PM Only

Wait 10 minutes (until fully absorbed- face isn't sticky)

Then a layer of thick/cream/hydrating moisturizer (I really like this by Cetaphil but I hear it breaks some people out and can be greasy) AM & PM

Finally seal it all up with Vaseline if it's night time.

I think if you don't already use BP and SA you need to go slow and alternate them (one per day). My skin is pretty desensitized to them so I don't notice any redness or flaking. Oh and if your makeup doesn't have any SPF in it you should add a sunblock product in the AM after all the moisturizers, but before your makeup primer/foundation.

u/Lossandra · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I don't have the super oily face issue, but I have eczema that leads to cracking, bleeding knuckles (and random other spots). Cetaphil in the tub (the pump bottles are not the same) helps a lot. Also, strangely, tanning stimulates my skin to produce the correct oils. I don't know, but it might also help with the overly oily face issue. I don't tan for color, so I keep it pretty limited since I don't care for the long term negatives of it...but I did start only after a dermatologist suggested it as an alternative to the light therapy they wanted me to try (which had a ridiculous cost even with my insurance).

u/tommyprosi · 1 pointr/Accutane
u/housesnark · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction


will this pump fit this cetaphil tub? everything I could find only mentioned the cerave in the tub.

u/horseshoe_crabby · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Cetaphil tub I'm referring to:
Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream for Dry, Sensitive Skin, Fragrance Free, Non-comedogenic (20 Oz)

Simple cream I'm referring to:
Simple Skincare 24 Hour Nourishing Cream Moisturizer, 1.7 Ounce

u/touchyfeely · 1 pointr/Makeup

I also have chronically dry skin (feel your pain!), so I try to exfoliate and moisturize twice a day.

This is the BEST moisturizer I've ever found, and I've tried quite a few. It is thick, absorbs well, and highly moisturizes. Try mixing it in your palm with a little jojoba oil, which is supposed to be chemically very similar to your skin's own oils, allowing it to absorb very easily.

Remember to do it as often as need be to get your skin soft again! I sometimes have spots that take constant application for weeks until they are back to normal.