Word on the web is that Pharrell washes his face with this to keep his face looking young and he has a baby face so I thought Id give it a try. Anybody had any experience with this? Is it worth giving a try?
used it cause it said derm said it would help with acne
didn't remove acne
got prescribed accutane and we all good now
I don't know its baby face powers though. I think that's more of a how much facial hair/fat, what's your facial structure sort of thing. Not a what product should I use for baby face kinda thing
OP here, I think I'm going to go get some at the store later so thanks all for the help. One final question that I have is should I wash my face exclusively with this in the shower? And after showers, should I use Cetaphil lotion or will it not be necessary? Sorry I'm not really knowledgeable when it comes to facial cleansers
It won't keep you young as much as clean.
It's a pretty basic entry level cleanser. Not amazing but there are worse things you could spend your money on and tbh if you're not wearing make up or sunscreen (or other face products) daily then you don't need a fancy one. It just more gentle than soap and water.
It won't make your skin amazing on it's own, but it likely won't shit it up either
you realize that's what a cleanser is for, right?
stop trying to sound smart, you have no clue about what you're talking about
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if u want younger looking skin
use a chemical exfoliator at night, then moisturise
then when u wake up, wash ur face, use moisturizer, and then sunscreen
the sun is what makes peoples face look old
he washes his face with cold water (no soap) and then moisturizes with cetaphil when his skin is dry
i use their acne wash and face moisturizer
still have bad acne + babby face
i'm debating fucking my liver up with accutane soon
Acne wash doesn't work because the active ingredient needs to stay on your skin for an extended period of time to actually work effectively.
Use a regular cleanser and a separate exfoliating product.
cetaphil cleanser is just more gentle soap for your face. After you use it your face feels clean but not overly dry. Probably the best cleanser widely available at brick and mortar stores. I also use their facial moisturizer with spf-15. If you want young skin you should moisturize and use sunscreen. The sun is really what ages you. Staying hydrated is important as well.
It won't cure acne by itself, but it definitely helps.
OP's pic blows, too harsh and burning, just like any other facewash.
My pic related is the GOAT, so mild but yet leaves your face feeling clean and not oily. Unless you have straight up 14 year old pizza face syndrome make sure to buy the gentle and not OP's. Hard to realize the difference unless you read them.
>it's only catching on now
Yeah, totally like how nobody noticed how good Aquaphor is for tattoos and cancer patients until Beyonce advertised it in People Magazine and on /fa/
Cetaphil didn't help my face for shit but I switched to Philosophy's cleanser with salicylic acid and it cleared my acne up quickly. Apparently the reviews are kind of so-so but it worked for me when nothing else would and I've been using it for at least two years now.
Only thing that keeps my skin clear, completely clear. I'm not very bad but it's noticeable to me when I don't use Cetaphil. I use the regular/sensitive wash, the one for oil control makes my face over produce sebum and turns me into an oil slick. After I use the Cetaphil I use the Clean and Clear "Persa-Gel 5" and that keeps me completely clean. Then it's moisturizer and whatever else crap I choose to rub into my skin that day, but it's the Cetaphil and the persa-gel that really does the job.
there's only three essential things you have to do to keep your skin perfect forever.
Wash with a solid cleanser: cetaphil is solid
WEAR SUNSCREEN. This is the PRIMARY thing that ages the fuck out of you.
Also, a lot of pharrel's looks are his genes.
There's other good shit you can do to help your skin, such as exfoliation. But those three are the big ones.
I myself haven't used Cetaphil Facial Cleanser, but if I were to purchase a facial cleanser it would be Cetaphil Facial Cleanser. This is why I recommend Cetaphil Facial Cleanser for all your facial cleansing needs.
How bored are you if all you do is sit on /fa/ being salty every day.
OP thought it would make him look younger like pharrel claimed, so explaining it's basic use made sense.
And it is just a basic cleanser - as in it's not something like a balm cleanser and it isn't really targeted at any specific skin condition. It's affordable and something a lot of people start with.
There's a lot of people on here with absolutely no knowledge of skincare whatsoever, and if OP is basing his choice off a recommendation from pharrel I'm going to assume he's one of them. Just because you know more than some doesn't mean you need to get salty at someone explaining something to someone who probably doesn't. Are you lacking attention in your home life by any chance?
I've also been complemented on these Polo boots. I simply love this facial cleanser, it is the best on the market for sure! I highly recommend any person dealing with acne or blemishes to try this facial cleanser... you will be shocked with the results!