22 Mar Staying Hydrated with Cetaphil
Choices can be so hard, especially when it comes to moisturisers. Not everyone’s skin type is the same and so what works for one person may not work on another’s skin. And with so many hydrating products out there, it can be hard to pick the right one without doing some research. So, one of my most recent endeavors was to test the Cetaphil DailyAdvance Ultra Hydrating lotion after hearing good things about the product. Cetaphil gifted me with a little hamper last month for Valentine’s Day. I’ve been showing my body love and staying hydrated with these little treats for the skin.
DailyAdvance Ultra Hydrating Lotion
This luxurious lotion is specially formulated to provide everyday intense moisture for dry, sensitive skin. It feels silky soft on the skin without feeling oily or greasy, which I love. I spray tan in summer and need to moisturize daily to ensure my tan doesn’t crack or fade and this lotion worked like a dream to keep me moisturized, which allowed my tan to last a few days extra.
This may be due to this range containing Epidermal Replenishing Complex5, a unique combination of 5 key ingredients that protect dry skin and enhances hydration. Lord knows I need as much hydration as I can get to keep my skin looking young, fresh and full of bounce.
I liked that this lotion leaves your body feeling soft, hydrated and smooth, the ingredients are non-irritating and the formulation is non-greasy.
Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths
These pre-moistened cleansing cloths are soft and gentle on sensitive skin. They remove dirt and make-up without irritation. Although I did have to wipe my eye makeup off quite a few times before it all came off. When you’re done using these cleansing cloths your skin will be left feeling clean, refreshed and balanced after every use.
I liked the soothing ingredients in these clothes that cleanse without stripping the skin, they’re non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores) and yes I had to google that, they’re fragrance free and pH balanced and they’ve been tested by dermatologists and ophthalmologists. So, we know they’re safe to use.