Someone told me quite some time ago that traveling is like a book. Those who doesn’t travel, read just one page. I don’t want to be like a frog in the well, and so I started traveling with my family once my son reached a manageable age.
I like to travel to places that people don’t usually go to. It gives me such a great insight and perspective on things and life in general.
But traveling to less mainstream destinations like a trip to the jungle or some secluded river for a swimming session have a drawback in terms of comfort. Indulging in vanity is usually a luxury and as a consequences to traveling to strange places, I’ve developed skin sensivity and lack tolerance towards skincare products that I usually used. My skin is now easily dry and flaky, and I need skincare items that is really gentle on my skin, especially my face area if I were to cleanse it.
It’s been awhile since I’ve been suffering from skin discomfort until my friend took pity on me and introduced me to some a range of skincare product on the net known as Cetaphil. I’ll be honest with you, I’m not really familiar with this brand, but I decided to give it a shot as I’m already terribly desperate and I’ve read so much good reviews about it. I thought, well, I got nothing to lose. After all, the skin is already in a bad condition. What’s the worst could happened anyway?
Ceraphil Gentle Skin Cleanser. This skincare product claimed to be gentle on your skin and is suitable for all skin type. My screwed logic is; it’s probably suitable for my dry, flaky and damaged skin.
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser is suitable for everyday and frequent use and is recommended by paediatrician and dematologists for those with sensitive skin.
I usually will use the cleanser when I woke up in the morning, before I sleep at night or when I’m all grimy after some nasty jungle trekking or after a swim in some unknown river.
What’s good about this product is that you don’t need to squirt a huge amount to cleanse whichever part of your body with. Just a little will do. 😉 Pretty economic, I must say.
The verdict? After about 14 days of using the cleanser religiously, my skin condition improved, and it is no longer than painful or itchy after bathing or swimming. It also doesn’t give me terrible rashes like the product that I used to use. My skin is also much more moisturized than before.
I guess, the cleanser is not only gentle on my skin but it restored my skin’s youthful radiance by providing moisturization and hydration as well and making me feel and look younger than my age.
I would recommend this for those who have skin issues. There is plenty of pharmacies that is selling Cetaphil products, but I also found out that there is a new Sensitive Skin Bay at Watsons in Pavilion KL where I get get all my favourite sensitive skin skincare producers. It is really cool cause now I can easily identify what I need without going through the whole store!
Also, after checking through Cetaphil Malaysia’s FB page to find out more, I noticed that they are doing a special promotion at this particular store. The promo is from now till the 30th of November where the first 100 fans who purchase anything from this showcase can receive a Cetaphil sample kit!
FB promo is also happening now with great giveaways – all you have to do is tag a friend and share why you love Cetaphil. You can find out more about it here: http://snip.li/CetaphilRC3