Cetaphil belongs to Galderma, a multi-national company with a universal presence in the dermatology industry. Galderma found Owen Laboratories in 1961 and became Galderma Laboratories in 1981. Cetaphil is one of their unique lines of facial cleansers and moisturizers used to soothe skin acne prone skin and dry, itchy skin - especially during the winter.
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Cetaphil represents gentle and effective skin care. Cetaphil cleansers and moisturizers are dermatologist recommended for many skin types and conditions. They were developed with non-comedogenic or non-occlusive (which means they do not cause skin breakouts or clog the pores), non-irritating, PH-balanced, fragrance-free and lanolin-free properties. Cetaphil's effective relief of sensitive skin and dry skin is clinically proven. Cetaphil's gentleness is even suitable for some serious skin problems - such as eczema, rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis and photo-damage.
All Cetaphil products are ideal to use under makeup and after shaving. They are biodegradable, and they are animal friendly. The company don't test their products on animals, nor does it use any ingredients directly from animals.
Cetaphil products are priced at medium level. A small bottle of Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser (a 16-fluid-ounce / 473 milliliter bottle) costs approximately $10 online.