I have always seen such rave reviews of the Cetaphil moisturising lotion and cleanser and when i was asked if i wanted to try i happily accepted.
The Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser is suitable for all skin types including those who have sensitive skin. It isnt a cream but a gel like consistency that is cloudy in colour. It foams up ever so slightly when it is rubbed into your face and mixes with make up. I then use a muslin cloth dipped in hot water to wipe away the cleanser as it find it removes all of my make up this way. You can also use this cleanser with just cotton buds if you prefer. It comes in a huge 250ml bottle and the product squeezes out of the top. It leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth without drying it out and removes make up easily. It is also fragrance and soap free and can be used daily. It is available to buy from Boots for £9.18.
The Cetaphil moisturising lotion again is suitable for all skin types including those with dry or sensitive skin. It is probably in between being too thick and too thin so it is most definitely a happy medium and is white in colour. It definitely isnt a greasy moisturiser and sinks into the skin well and feels really light. It is fragrance free although i think it has a nice scent to it. It is in exactly the same bottle as the cleanser with a flip cap. It can also be used on the face and body if you are running low on your usual lotion. The moisturiser is a little cheaper and can be purchased from Boots for £8.49.
I do really like both products but out of the two i would happily repurchase the Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser as i loved how smooth and cleansed it left my skin feeling and it is a cheaper alternative to the Liz Earle cleanse and polish and i was really impressed with it. Although i probably wouldnt repurchase the moisturising lotion as i prefer moisturisers that are just suited to the face.
I think a way in which they can be improved is if they came in a bottle with a pump instead of a flip cap where you have to pour the product out as it can get a little messy if your not too careful.
Have you used Cetaphil products before?