3 Ingredients Cetaphil® uses to protect and nourish sensitive skin

Cetaphil®, a leader in sensitive skincare that has been dermatologically tested, strives to formulate products that are gentle yet effective on even the most sensitive skin. This means that whether you have normal skin or have a specific skin condition, Cetaphil® cares for your skin, providing cleansers, moisturisers, and SPF protection for all skin types and needs.

Cetaphil’s product formulations are designed with functional purpose in mind, resulting in specific ingredients being selected per product to benefit the skin type or condition. We are highlighting three trending ingredients in this infographic which can be found in various products or product ranges.

3 Ingredients Cetaphil® uses to protect and nourish sensitive skin 1

Panthenol

Need a Panthenol-infused formula – why not try our Cetaphil® Daily Advance Ultra Hydrating Lotion, the Cetaphil® PRO Eczema-Prone Skin Moisturiser or Cetaphil® PRO Acne-Prone Skin Lotion.

Hyaluronic Acid

Some of our Hyaluronic Acid–infused formulas can be found in the Hydration range (Cetaphil® Daily Hydrating Lotion and Cetaphil® Rich Night Cream) or also in some of our even-tone range (Cetaphil® Bright Healthy Radiance Brightening Lotion and Brightening Night Comfort Cream).

Niacinamide

Some Niacinamide–infused formulas include the full Bright Healthy Radiance range, and the Cetaphil® PRO Redness-Prone Skin Night Moisturiser.

Cetaphil® believes everyone’s skin deserves the best care and this is why they are so passionate about providing a complete solution for the often overlooked but quite prevalent condition of sensitive skin.

With the help of dermatologists, scientists, and experts, Cetaphil® is committed to innovation so that sensitive skin should never be compromised.

This post was sponsored by Cetaphil®.

Full product information on the Cetaphil® range is available from Galderma Laboratories South Africa (Pty) Ltd., Co. Reg. No.: 1996/000311/07, PO Box 71150, Bryanston, 2021. Tel.: (011) 706 2339. www.galderma.com. ZA-CET-2200024. Final approval date: 12/04/2022

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