Cerave Moisturisers

Find the perfect moisturiser for your skin needs with CeraVe moisturisers

CeraVe moisturisers are highly regarded for their dermatologically tested formulations, ensuring optimal skincare for a wide range of individuals. Their commitment to dermatological testing highlights CeraVe's dedication to providing products that are suitable for various skin types, including sensitive and problematic skin.

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CeraVe Moisturiser FAQs

Is CeraVe Moisturiser Good For The Face?

A CeraVe moisturiser is good for your face for multiple reasons: it protects your skin from damage, hydrates it to keep skin plump and provides vital nutrients. CeraVe uses a minimalist methodology so the skin’s natural barrier is protected whilst moisturised. CeraVe moisturisers have been developed by dermatologists using a unique MVE technology to keep skin hydrated for up to 24 hours. 

What Skin Type Is CeraVe Moisturiser For?

Each CeraVe moisturiser has been developed for one or more specific skin types: dry, oily, combination or "normal" – skin with no particular dryness or oiliness. 

CeraVe moisturisers are often popular amongst dry to very dry skin types as the brand's unique formulas contain three essential ceramides and hyaluronic acid, which both effectively hydrate the skin and protect the skin’s barrier from further dryness. 

A CeraVe moisturiser for oily skin will be formulated to help regulate oil production and be non-greasy and fast absorbing. CeraVe moisturisers are suitable for even the most sensitive skin types as they are fragrance-free, allergy-tested and non-comedogenic (meaning they won't clog your pores.) 

Whatever your skin type, you can find a CeraVe moisturiser suited to your skin’s needs.

What Is The Difference Between CeraVe Moisturisers?

The difference between each CeraVe moisturiser is primarily the skin type/s they are developed for, along with additional benefits such as sun protection (SPF) or blemish control. It is also worth noting that a CeraVe moisturiser may be in a lotion or cream form. Lotions have more water content and therefore are faster at absorbing, which can be preferable for oily skin types. 

Here are some examples of CeraVe Moisturisers and what they are best for:

  • CeraVe SA Smoothing Moisturising Cream – good for rough and bumpy skin textures, including skin types with keratosis pilaris. It smoothes the skin whilst protecting it from further irritation and damage.
  • CeraVe Moisturising Cream – developed by dermatologists for dry to very dry skin types, it is a thicker formula that richly hydrates. 
  • CeraVe Facial Moisturising Lotion SPF25 – daily facial moisturiser that contains UVA and UVB protection, that keeps even the most sensitive skin healthy.
  • CeraVe Blemish Control Gel – for blemish-prone skin, it targets blemishes and blackheads, calms inflammation and reduces the appearance of pores. 

Does CeraVe Moisturising Cream have retinol?

Retinol is used in some CeraVe products, however it is not a standard in CeraVe moisturisers. 

If you are looking for a moisturising product that contains retinol try the Cerave Resurfacing Retinol Serum. With all the anti-ageing benefits that retinol provides, such as reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, it also contains ceramides and niacinamide which help to brighten dark spots, calm irritated skin and protect the skin’s natural barrier from pollutants.

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