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I think that list should be taken with a grain of salt. They are trying to sell their own products which of course do not contain any of the ingredients on the list.

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The following two links are to websites that list comedogenic ingredients. You can research the ingredients in your product(s) and determine if any might be problematic. The second link is to a PDF so if your computer is old or cranky, your computer might freeze. Remember that the further down on the list of ingredients, the less percentage of that ingredient is in the product. So a comedogenic ingredient that is in the last half of an ingredient list may or may not cause you problems. http://www.zerozits.com/Articles/acnedetect.htm#inglist


I use Cetaphil. No problems here.

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Thanks for the information, I guess if dan recommends it then it can't be that bad!

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Cetaphil is what i always used, I still use a cleanser to this day just because it makes my face feel more fresh and is good for exfoliation. The gentle skin cleanser is fantastic.

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