October 5, 2020

Cetaphil Deep Hydration Skincare Is Probably Because Of Tiktok

Cetaphil Deep Hydration Skincare arrives today just in time for Winter when your skincare needs a little moisture and also, because Tiktok made them do it. Seriously, Cetaphil and Cerave are two of the biggest brands mentioned by Dermatologists on Tiktok. They pimp the hell out of both lines! I was actually surprised to see one Dermatologist going on about CeraVe Hydrating Hyaluronic Acid Serum which contains more alcohol than Hyaluronic Acid. Another Tiktoker was going off about how he couldn’t find Cetaphil in New York because it was all sold out. I live in New York and the shelves around here are lined with it.

I’m actually a fan of some Cerave stuff but never put any effort into Cetaphil but this new Deep Hydration Collection has me second guessing. The line was created with drier, dehydrated, and sensitive skin types in mind. One interesting thing is the fact it apparently contains a gentle scent as per Ulta’s descriptions which is odd because aren’t all Cetaphil products fragrance-free?

Let’s have a look!

Cetaphil Deep Hydration 48 Hour Activation Serum $22.99
A serum created for use before moisturizer that replenishes skin moisture with a mix of Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin B5 and Antioxidant Vitamin E. Ideal for dry, dehydrated, sensitive skin types.

Cetaphil Deep Hydration Healthy Glow Daily Cream $22.99
A daily moisturizer that deepens dynamic hydration and soothes skin sensitivity with a mix of hydrating Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin B5 and Antioxidant Vitamin E.

Cetaphil Deep Hydration Refreshing Eye Serum $19.99
An eye serum reduces the appearance of dark circles and puffiness while deeply hydrating under eyes.

Cetaphil Deep Hydration Skincare is available now.

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  • Mary Brenner

    I don’t use either of those brands so I can’t speak to the quality of either one, however I will say that Ticktok is just about the stupidest thing ever invented. I’m starting to burn out on all social media and just want to go hide in a cave most days.

    • kjh

      I’m anti-social media, and will not belong. If I can check what I want without signing up, fine. (Muse’s IG, the bridge opening on Twitter, etc.) I find most SM to be the an exercise in self-promotion. And I want to fly waaay under the radar. Admittedly, virtually everyone with a blog or a podcast HAS to be on all channels. SM can be used for the good and positive, or it can be used to hurt, and be the biggest time suck ever. That’s why I admire Isabella so much. Keeping on top of sales, reviews, channels. Being a person, not a brand. ALL WHILE RUNNING HER OWN BUSINESS. Superstar, that Muse.

      • Isabella Muse

        awwww you’re giving me way more credit than I deserve 🙂 I love you for that <3!

        • Isabella Muse

          awww Lily thank you! <3! I needed to hear that today! thank you so much!

  • kjh

    A derm gave a rec to a product with alcohol? Seriously? Everyone can be bought.

  • Dee

    I have a sample of the eye product and have to say I really like it. Wouldn’t mind trying the other items.

    At the Target closest to me it seems both Cetaphil and Cerave products are always hard to find anymore.

  • Cameron

    I saw these on Ulta and was interested until I saw fragrance in the ingredients list. I hate scented skincare! The eye cream does not have fragrance listed, so I am interested in that.

    • Stephanie Guerrero

      I was so set to purchase these until I saw your comment. Fragrance is a no go for me. 🙁

      Is there any deep hydrating moisturizer without fragrance? I use Cetaphil, Cerave and Vanicream and none help me. Argh!!!

      • Cameron

        Some others to try:
        La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra Face Moisturizer
        Innisfree Gentle care for sensitive skin cream
        Cosrx Full Fit Propolis Light Cream

        I’ve only tried the first two and the older, discontinued version of the third. They’re all heavy so not great in the summer if you’re oily. No fragrance!

  • jennifer

    I am a big fan of both Cetaphil and CeraVe. I often use the CeraVe Hydrating cream cleanser as it does the job and isn’t expensive.
    I love the Cetaphil tub of moisture cream for my body and at times my face. It’s an all round good moisturiser.

  • Sofia

    So interesting about the fragrance and alcohol, because one of the super big youtube/tiktok skincare channels who raves about these brands makes his disdain for both known, always. Why add them now?

  • Slone

    Weird that they added fragrance to this stuff. Kinda breaking their high place in affordable/drugstore skincare aside CeraVe. I honestly don’t think anyone needs this stuff. Just use the regular Moisturizing Lotion, which works fine for the face.