Are you looking for a good facial cleanser and moisturizer? Or, maybe you have a particular line you like but need something quick at the grocery store because Nordstrom’s is too far to drive to with your crabby two year old by your side.
Many of us stand and stare at the skin care products at the grocery store. We wonder which one is good enough, which labels are telling the truth and which savvy company spent more on marketing and ridiculous promises. One frequent line we have all heard is “dermatologist tested”, or “doctor recommended”. Usually we are quick to buy those products, because we trust doctors right? But what do they test their products on. The label won’t say the products were tested on rats for god sakes. And what type of doctor are they referring to? A podiatrist? They’re doctors too right?
I certainly don’t believe everything I hear, or read, for that matter so I went to the dermatologist and asked her myself. My dermatologist recommended Cetaphil. I tried it and loved it and now my five year old daughter uses it too. It’s gentle, cleanses well and leaves skin feeling clean and evenly toned. Cetaphil can be found at most drug stores and retail chains. Cetaphil can also be purchased online at amazon.com and drugstore.com. I have tested it and my real dermatologist recommends it. So now you can try it too! Trust me, I think your going to like it!