Is CeraVe recommended by dermatologist?

Do dermatologists recommend CeraVe or Cetaphil?

Both Cetaphil and CeraVe are dermatologist-approved. In fact, they are two of the most dermatologist-recommended drugstore brands around. CeraVe, however, wins over dermatologists with its hyaluronic formula.

What do dermatologists think of CeraVe?

What pros say: The fact that it is so gentle, and doesn’t have active ingredients, is exactly why dermatologists love this stuff. “It’s a basic gentle cleanser, so it’s not necessarily going to clear acne or target signs of aging, but dermatologists often recommend it for this exact reason,” Shah says.

Why is CeraVe bad?

I have been a CeraVe lover for YEARS–it’s the dermatologist go-to for those with sensitive skin and only recently did I discover it turns out, it contains parabens and other toxins that are banned in the EU due to being linked to hormone disruption and tumor growth.

Is CeraVe safe for face?

Body? CeraVe can be used on face and body, with some products specially formulated for each. Talk with your dermatologist to learn which CeraVe products are best for your skincare needs.

Did CeraVe remove parabens?

They removed parabens

The main difference in the CeraVe PM new formula is the removal of parabens. Phenoxyethanol was added in place of these parabens. Both of these ingredients are preservatives. Dr.

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