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Frequently asked questions about the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser!
Is the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser good for acne?
In my opinion, this product is great for acne. At its core, acne is essentially caused by a few culprits: oils and clogged pores. When using the cleanser, it is both gentle and effective enough to cleanse your skin, clear out your pores, and help prevent acne and even help to prevent it!
Is the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser good?
Let’s get straight to the point: yes, yes, yes! I absolutely adore this cleanser from its core. To keep it simple, this cleanser is gentle, cleans your pores, leaves your skin glowing, moisturizes your skin, lathers great, and helps to control your oils. So to sum it up, yes, this cleanser is very very good!
How often should you use the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser?
Since this cleanser is very gentle, in my opinion, this cleanser can be used twice daily. Once in the morning before your skincare regimen, and once in the evening when taking your makeup off or just getting your skin clean before bed!
Does the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser dry out skin?
This particular cleanser doesn’t dry my skin out at all. This product cleanses the skin, unclogs your pores, and your skin literally looks super radiant and squeaky clean the second you are done, without any dryness or flakiness! Additionally, this product has Hyaluronic acid which, when added to skincare, actually attracts moisture.
What does the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser do?
Aside from being one of the best cleansers I’ve tried in a very long time, this product does many amazing things for your skin. This product cleans out your pores, removes oils and dirt without disturbing your natural skin barrier, lathers great, helps to calm your skin, feels refreshing, cleanses, and even attracts extra moisture.
What ingredients are in the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser?
When looking at the CeraVe site, some of the stand-out ingredients in this product are: Ceramides (help restore the protective skin barrier), Hyaluronic Acid (attract moisture to your skin), and Niacinamide (helps to calm your skin). For the full list of ingredients, check out the CeraVe site!
I hope that you guys loved learning about the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser; my lastest skincare obsession! If you’ve tried this cleanser before, what your thoughts on it? What are some of your favorite cleansers, drugstore or high-end? Let me know down below! <3 🙂
*Please keep in mind that I’m not a skincare expert and this is just based on tons of experience, trial, and error through the years, and research. Everyone has different skin types and sensitivities, so I always recommend giving the products a small patch test first to see how it feels on your skin!