I previously reviewed the Cetaphil Bright Healthy Radiance skincare line, but that was a while back and I’ve used up the supply that Cetaphil sent me.
Then two months ago they sent me a whole new bunch of skincare products from their regular line. If you’re familiar with drugstore skincare products you know the blue and green logos that are Cetaphil’s hallmark.
Like always, I introduced each product into my daily skincare routine one at a time so I could ensure no breakouts or other skin problems. So far, I’m really happy with the results.
I admit I have “sinned” against my skin. Tanning expeditions during my 20’s and early 30’s and simply going without sunscreen while training for triathlons have left me with freckles, dark spots, and maybe some deeper damage I have yet to see.
But like everything I’ve put my hand to in life, I believe it’s never too late to do better. That’s why I’m conscious about skincare these days. Cetaphil has made it easy for me to find what works best for me.
Watch my vlog below or scroll down for a bit more info on my daily skincare routine.
A good skin cleanser is a must for me. Dry and sensitive skin means I should look for cleansers that don’t strip my skin of its oils and moisture. The Cetaphil Gentle Foaming Cleanser (Php 444 for 236mL) doesn’t block pores, is fragrance-free, and has a pH of 5.5 so it’s safe for normal, dry, or sensitive skin. I’ve also used their Gentle Skin Cleanser previously (Php 495 for 250mL). One product they’ve given me but I haven’t tried yet is the Daily Exfoliating Cleanser (Php 504 for 178mL).
I follow this up with a toner; previously I had the Cetaphil Bright Healthy Radiance toner, but I’m currently using a Mamonde rose toner I ordered shortly before all these Cetaphil products came to my doorstep. They both basically have the same effect on me: to prep the skin to receive a moisturizer.
The last step for my day skincare routine is the Cetaphil Moist Cream (Php 682 for 50g). It has their Moisture Lock technology to improve skin hydration, clinically proven to keep skin moisturized and protected for 24 hours. It’s a rich moisturizer, but my skin loves it and absorbs it quite easily so I don’t get that weird oil slick effect I get with other brands.
This is my general routine regardless of product, but I love how Cetaphil’s skincare line provides everything I need. I used to add some rose oil at the end and maybe a serum in the middle, but nowadays I don’t feel I need to.
Whether or not I put on makeup, this skincare routine is a non-negotiable. What about you? What’s in your skincare lineup?