An area of skincare that I can never have enough is in the arena of moisturizer. Moisturizer is basically the first step to anti-aging, acne prevention, and any other skin concerns. Sometimes after a long day out, my skin would get grease-pan looking especially in the T-zone area. So the one thing that I have been utilizing recently which makes my skin "behave" more is the Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream.
Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream
moisturizer for chronic dry & sensitive skin
When they say don't judge a book by it's cover, I am telling you it's so true. In all honesty, the Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream's packaging might not be as shiny as others but the formula works great for me. It's light enough to use during the day under makeup and moisturizing enough to feel like you're getting enough moisture for your skin during the night. Even when applying the moisturizing cream at night, it doesn’t feel heavy on the skin.
Although the Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream is designed for chronic dry skin, I do feel that the formula is just right and not too rich for my T-zone at all.As you all may know, if the formula is too rich and when your skin is oily, you'll end up with pimples popping out and that's definitely a big No No !
Hmm...If I were to describe the smell of the Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream, I would say it does not smell like anything in particular, there is no floral or fruity scent to it at all. So it's fair to say that it's fragrance-free and safe for anyone that has a sensitive nose.
Just to let you know, I use the Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream as part of my morning and evening routines, unlesson that extra greasy day where my skin would be oily enough literally fry an egg on my T-zone then I'll opt for gel moisturizer during the day.