If there is something that I discovered about myself this year is that I enjoy outdoor activities and getting close to nature immensely. Who would have guessed that? If you told me two years ago that I’d be going into caves for rock climbing or venture deep into the jungle to jungle trek or even go for some water rafting, I’d probably gape at you as if you have lost your mind, but that is what I’ve been up to throughout 2015, doing challenging stuff and challenging myself to go beyond my limits.
It is now December 2015 as of writing. New year will arrive pretty soon. I’m not planning to stop what I’ve been doing anytime soon but there are times I feel the need to look my best, even at the most secluded places; eg some hidden waterfall or in the jungle.
Would you believe me if I told you that apart from clothing and survival kits, my must have item in my traveling backpack are cosmetic and skincare items? Well, believe me because we are almost inseperable.
Remember my blog post about Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser that I posted last month? Well, ever since I discovered that Cetaphil products works magic on my dry and sensitive skin, I decided to hit the nearest pharmacy and check out what else they are offering.
Spotted this Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream selling at a promo price in Watson, I decided to make a grab at it and make full use of it to keep my skin moisturized, even during at the most extreme environment.
Similar to the cleanser version of the product, Cetaphil Moisturizing cream is fragrance free and provides moisturization for chronic dry and sensitive skin. It contains a superior system of extra strength emollients and humectants, which clinically proven to bind water to the skin and prevent moisture loss. All of these are great, as I have not only dry and sensitive skin but is also suffering from ekzema. Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream works wonder on me, and the best part? I can apply it all over my body.
Keeping my skin moisturized is no longer a problem, even when I decided to venture deep inside then jungle or something. (Note: Since it is fragrance free, it is safe for hikers to use too as it does not attract leeches or mosquitous to latch on you)
My post does not do the product justice, honestly. Why don’t you give it a try yourself? To find out more about Cetaphil range of products, lookup the information below: