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#1 carebear06

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Posted 15 September 2013 - 05:12 PM

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So im in my 11th week & ive been using Dan's moisturizer. But i find it makes me look darker & doesnt take my flakes away completely ( i do use aha ). I wana change to either cetaphil or cereve .. Which is the better one? How did it work for u?


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Posted 15 September 2013 - 11:14 PM

doesnt take my fakes away


I can't lie, your typo cracked me up.

 

I think the answer to your question will be entirely personal.  Many people like cerave and many people find that their skin reacts badly to it.  (personally cerave gave me that burning sensation the most out of any of the moisturisers i tried and it caused me to have a pretty bad breakout 3 days after using it).  Cetaphil I found to be good for moisturising (made my skin soft and fake  flake free) but it didn't get me completely clear when I used it...always caused a few under-skin bumps.  Dan's moisturiser was the best for helping me to get clear, but it wasn't as good as cetaphil for its moisturising qualities. 

 

Its personal, so give either cerave or cetaphil a go because only you can decide what suits your skin the best.

 

Good luck! :)



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Posted 16 September 2013 - 03:44 AM

Totally agree with AyeAye. Not everything works the same for different people.

 

I use both because they suit my different needs during the AM and PM. Cerave is definitely more lightweight but Cetaphil gives me that very moisturized feeling when I wake up in the morning. Get small bottles of each to find out which one suits you best.



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Posted 16 September 2013 - 12:38 PM

Totally agree with AyeAye. Not everything works the same for different people.

 

I use both because they suit my different needs during the AM and PM. Cerave is definitely more lightweight but Cetaphil gives me that very moisturized feeling when I wake up in the morning. Get small bottles of each to find out which one suits you best.

 

 

doesnt take my fakes away


I can't lie, your typo cracked me up.

 

I think the answer to your question will be entirely personal.  Many people like cerave and many people find that their skin reacts badly to it.  (personally cerave gave me that burning sensation the most out of any of the moisturisers i tried and it caused me to have a pretty bad breakout 3 days after using it).  Cetaphil I found to be good for moisturising (made my skin soft and fake  flake free) but it didn't get me completely clear when I used it...always caused a few under-skin bumps.  Dan's moisturiser was the best for helping me to get clear, but it wasn't as good as cetaphil for its moisturising qualities. 

 

Its personal, so give either cerave or cetaphil a go because only you can decide what suits your skin the best.

 

Good luck! smile.png

 

 

Totally agree with AyeAye. Not everything works the same for different people.

 

I use both because they suit my different needs during the AM and PM. Cerave is definitely more lightweight but Cetaphil gives me that very moisturized feeling when I wake up in the morning. Get small bottles of each to find out which one suits you best.

 

Lol i soo totally didnt see my mistake AyeAye lol ... lol

 

Hmm ..i"ll buy a small bottle of each as nicmic suggested ..see how it works ..

thanks guys ...keep u posted :)






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