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Cetaphil Moisturiser

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What are peoples opinions of this... Best way to apply it. I find it takes ages to sink in and gets clumped on the the flakes. However it does feel so soothing when I've got dry skin and I have time to let it sink in.

What have people found using this?

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The best way to use it if your flaking is moisturize first then bp then moisturize mixed with jojoba oil drops.

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The best way to use it if your flaking is moisturize first then bp then moisturize mixed with jojoba oil drops.

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basically the only pro about this for me is that it really hydrates and takes care of flakes. It never really absorbs completely, it's thick, greasy, and does clump a whole lot if you apply BP before it. But, it does it's job. It's the most hydrating moisturizer I've ever tried.

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The best way to use it if your flaking is moisturize first then bp then moisturize mixed with jojoba oil drops.

So add in another step basically. How long should you wait between these?

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The best way to use it if your flaking is moisturize first then bp then moisturize mixed with jojoba oil drops.

So add in another step basically. How long should you wait between these?

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Be careful with Cetaphil. It works wonders on some and gives whiteheads to others. Jojoba oil also has this effect on some people. I like to add in a bit of tamanu oil. My esthetician recommends sunflower oil as the most acne-friendly oil.

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Cetaphil doesn't seem to break me out but it feels sticky on my skin. I go to sleep and wake up and it's still sticky. I won't repurchase. I plan on using cerave after I use this up. Alot of people seem to like it.

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Be careful with Cetaphil. It works wonders on some and gives whiteheads to others. Jojoba oil also has this effect on some people. I like to add in a bit of tamanu oil. My esthetician recommends sunflower oil as the most acne-friendly oil.

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I use cetaphil daily facial cleanser and it seems ok? I haven't seen a huge difference in my "jawline acne" but I also wasn't moisturizing properly either until recently. Just purchased a facial moisturizer with acne med in it.

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