CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser Normal to Dry Skin 236ml gently cleanses all skins and is especially suited to those who have normal to dry skin, but it is also approved by National Eczema Association to use on atopic skin and psoriasis. With a vegan formulation and a non-foaming texture, it gently cleanses all the impurities, leaving the skin comfortable as well as smooth without disrupting the skin barrier thanks to the ceramides and hyaluronic acid.
- Texture: cream;
- Skin issues: dehydration, atopic skin, psoriasis;
- Time of application: morning and evening;
- Age: 3+;
- Skin type: normal to dry skin, including sensitive;
- Main benefits: cleanses the skin, vegan formulation, both non-foaming and non-comedogenic;
- Formulated without: ingredients of animal origin, fragrance, soap.
- Essential ceramides 1, 3 and 6-II help to restore the skin barrier thanks to the biocompatibility and the ability to retain moisture;
- Hyaluronic acid can hold up to 1000x its weight in water, which means that it's available to hydrate the skin;
- MVE Delivery Technology ensures a slow release of the active ingredients in order to keep the skin hydrated all day.
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