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What is CeraVe and how does it work?

Developed with dermatologists, CeraVe is designed to help repair and strengthen the skin barrier so your skin stays soft and healthy-looking. Skin naturally contains ceramides. CeraVe helps replenish the vital ceramides healthy skin needs.

What are ceramides in CeraVe skincare?

Skincare. All CeraVe skincare products are formulated with ceramides, which are an essential part of a healthy skin barrier. Skin care products that have ceramides help maintain and restore the skin barrier to help lock in moisture and keep irritants out. From face and body skincare essentials to targeted treatments formulated for specific skin...

What do dermatologists think of CeraVe?

As a dermatologist, I value products that are effective, affordable, and backed by science, like CeraVe, which never deviate from the ceramide-based formulation and the importance of a healthy skin barrier. A dermatologist recommended this cleanser and it is absolutely wonderful.

Why choose CeraVe moisturizer?

This system—along with our unique combination of skin-identical ceramides—helps replenish your skin’s existing ceramides, relieves dry skin by reducing moisture loss, increases hydration and helps restore the skin barrier. CeraVe is the #1 dermatologist recommended moisturizer brand.

Why is CeraVe so successful?

CeraVe was created with this in mind. The brand is designed to fortify and protect your skin from irritants and the environment. The products are enriched with three key ceramides, fatty acids and other lipids to help repair and strengthen the skin’s natural barrier. This is the secret to the brand’s success.

What is CeraVe cream used for?

Topical (for the skin) emollients are used to treat or prevent dry skin. CeraVe are sometimes contained in products that also treat acne, chapped lips, diaper rash, cold sores, or other minor skin irritation.

What is the CeraVe brand?

CeraVe products penetrate the skin’s surface, infuse it with moisture, and lock it in for truly long-lasting results and beautiful, healthy looking skin. Read the full CeraVe story click here How did the CeraVe brand begin?

What are CeraVe emollients?

CeraVe are sometimes contained in products that also treat acne, chapped lips, diaper rash, cold sores, or other minor skin irritation. There are many brands and forms of topical emollients available and not all are listed on this leaflet.

What is CeraVe skin care?

The Story Behind CeraVe Founded in 2005, CeraVe is a dermatologist-developed skin care brand that started off with just three products — a cleanser, a moisturizing lotion, and a moisturizing cream — formulated to repair and strengthen the skin’s natural barrier. A healthy skin barrier is crucial for soft, smooth, healthy skin.

What makes CeraVe different to other brands?

“While more sophisticated medical grade products exist, Cerave has made ceramides affordable and adapted their formulations for different skin concerns with packaging thats easy to understand - it does what it says on the box!” says Vyas.

Is CeraVe good for dark circles under eyes?

CeraVe Eye Repair Cream is a non-greasy, fast-absorbing, fragrance-free eye cream that is said to reduce the appearance of dark circles and eye puffiness, while also smoothing and brightening the delicate skin around the eyes. It can be used by all skin types, including those with sensitive skin.

Is CeraVe foaming cleanser good for acne?

Foaming Facial Cleanser CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser is said to remove excess oil, dirt, and makeup without disrupting your skin’s natural protective barrier. This cleanser can be used on normal, oily, and even acne prone skin since this product is non-comedogenic.

All CeraVe skin care products contain essential ceramides that your skin needs to help restore and maintain its natural barrier. The CeraVe Moisturizing Cream formula includes ceramide Np, ceramide Ap, and ceramide Eop. But what exactly are ceramides and how can they benefit your skin?

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