Meet the new skincare hero on the block for sensitive skin...
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Every so often a new beauty brand comes along and the nation goes mad for it. Cue Cetaphil – developed by dermatologists and coveted by beauty insiders – it’s the skincare brand everyone is talking about, and for good reason too.
Ask any beauty editor how to deal with sensitive skin and most would recommend a simplifying your daily routine. ‘Fragrance-free and pH-balanced cleansers and moisturisers help get your skin to its optimum condition and ensure everything is performing properly so it can better defend itself against irritants,’ says Marie Claire’s senior beauty editor Anita Bhagwandas.
Enter Cetaphil’s Gentle Skin Cleanser, a soap-free cleanser that gently removes dirt without drying skin to reduce potential sensitisation and the fragrance-free Moisturising Lotion, clinically proven to help prevent moisture loss, which is the perfect follow on to leave skin feeling fresh and protected. ‘A non-drying cleanser is the bedrock of a great skincare regime. It won’t strip the skin of its natural oils or upset the pH levels so your skin will be stronger to fight outside irritants,’ explains Marie Claire’s senior beauty editor Anita Bhagwandas.
Like most products with a cult-like status, Cetaphil’s formula for its iconic Gentle Skin Cleanser remains largely unchanged since 1947. Little surprise then that this continues to be the brand’s global bestseller with the equivalent of more than one bottle sold EVERY minute.
Want the really good news? It’s not ridiculously expensive. Priced from just £8.99 each, Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser and Moisturising Lotion help keep skin soft, smooth and healthy on a budget. That’s good news on all fronts.
Visit healthyskinsecrets.marieclaire.co.uk where we reveal expert tips, celebrity secrets and readers reviews for healthier looking skin. The Cetaphil sensitive range is available at Boots, Superdrug, Lloyds Pharmacy and Amazon online.
This article has been developed by Time Inc, publishers of Look, Now and Marie Claire online. The article has been independently developed by Time Inc and the views / opinions expressed do not necessarily represent the views of Cetaphil (or its manufacturer, Galderma (UK) Ltd). The Healthy Skin Secrets campaign is operated by Time Inc and sponsored by Cetaphil (Galderma (UK) Ltd).