January 8, 2014

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths for Sensitive Skin

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Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths ($7.49/25 Wipes) are coming your way this Spring 2014 sensitive skin users. My reader Teresa reminded me about this this morning as I saw them a week or two ago at drugstore.com and forgot to post about them.

I’m probably a super bad skincare junkie as I never really tried Cetaphil even though it has a super cult following and incredible reviews.

I imagine if you’re a fan of Cetaphil Cleanser you’re doing cartwheels over a makeup wipes by the brand.

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths promise to remove dirt, oil, and makeup with soothing ingredients and a fragrance free formula that’s pH Balanced.

These are formulated for sensitive skin as well. I don’t typically use makeup wipes to remove my daily makeup as I never truly feel clean using them. However, when I’m tired and just want to do a quick clean up I do use wipes but sometimes they make my skin a bit dry because some have alcohol in them yak!

So these sound nifty for quickie clean up and I can avoid drying my skin out thanks to the gentle formula.

Curious to try these.

These will be in drugstores shortly or grab them online at drugstore.com.

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  • fancie

    I’ve yet to try Cetaphil either but I’m pretty interested in trying out these wipes. I’m curious to see what all the fuss is about and this seems like a good way to start since I have more than enough cleanser right now lol

  • melissa

    I have sensitive skin phases and I use cetaphil as my pre/cleanse remover and then again as a cleanse when I’m havng a bad skin day/week/month.year… I’m not sure the wipes wil be great as cetaphil isn’t that good at removing any kind of heavy face or eye makeup. Another good super basic and slightly cheaper brand line is Vanicream. It’s usually sold OTC for some reason.

  • Ashley

    Cetaphil is a derm recommended brand, its simple. Its all my mom uses. Its got special for your skin, whats neat about it is that all types of skin types can use this one kind of facial cleaning, that says a lot about the product right there. These sound cool, have to get these for my sister who has sensitive skin and loves her some wipes!

  • AnniLau

    My skin can be sensitive-ish, so I’ve tried (regular) Cetaphil, but I wasn’t overwhelmed with its awesomeness. It wasn’t bad, just sort of meh. And it didn’t remove makeup worth a darn.

  • Holly

    I usually do makeup wipes then wash my face. I totally agree that just a wipe alone isn’t enough unless I had no makeup on. I will probably give these a try, though. I’ve been using Lumene makeup wipes and really like them.