CeraVe Moisturizing Cream – Super Hydration

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CeraVe Moisturizing Cream – All-day moisturization

  • Provides all-day moisturization with a single application
  • Clinically proven to increase skin hydration
  • Contains ceramides, naturally occurring components of skin that play a key role in enhancing and restoring the skin’s protective function
  • Unique ingredients in cerave moisturizing cream help restore damaged skin and keep skin healthy
  • Ideal for elbows, knees and heels, or anywhere that requires extra moisturization
  • Super Hydration for Your Skin

How about a moisturizing cream to keep your skin hydrated and supple all day long with a single application?

CeraVe Moisturizing Cream does the same beautifully. With unique patented multivesicular emulsion delivery technology to control the release of ceramides, this moisturizing cream reveals supple, soft and smooth skin.

• Provides all-day moisturization
• Locks in moisture by forming a protective layer
• Uses unique, patented multivesicular emulsion delivery technology
• Rich formulation
• Non-comedogenic
Loaded with unique ingredients, this moisturizing cream is a boon for dry and parched skin. It spreads easily and gets absorbed into the skin quickly, without leaving any residue.

CeraVe Moisturizing Cream with unique patented multivesicular emulsion delivery technology controls the release of ceramides and other essential ingredients to keep skin hydrated all through the day. This technology also helps the lotion to spread and penetrate easily into the skin.

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Customer Reviews

293 of 296 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
For eczema – more effective than steroids, immune suppressants, or light treatments, April 21, 2009
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This review is from: CeraVe Moisturizing Cream, 16 oz
At age 60 I have had severe atopic dermititis since I was about ten years old and have had the help of many caring health care providers over the years. I have tried numerous treatments to get relief – steroids (oral and creams), anahistamines, moisturizers, Protopic and Elocon, elimination diets, supplements, moisturizing baths, detoxification, acupuncture, yoga, behavior modification, stress reduction meditation and light treatments at Mass General Hospital and Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. I have benefited, and still benefit from several of these treatments, but my skin is very scarred , and I had not found a moisturizer which really restored my skin to a more balanced state until I began using CeraVe about a year ago.Cerave is probably the single most effective treatment I have found for reducing inflammation and strengthening the skin barrier. (And compared to other treatments I have had, what a bargain! ) I am not aware of any side effects. Skin improvement began the first week I used it. My skin is softer and more supple, ichthyosis and scaling are way down, redness has abated considerably (though not entirely) , and the horrible itching is a minor distraction now. I have had fewer outbreaks of staph infections, and – most remarkable – I look healthier and am comfortable most of the time. In addition I am more focused mentally, more rested, and less prone to depression .These results are amazing given my history. I do need to use CeraVe at least twice daily to maintain its benefits, which seem to include immune system strengthening. And there is one frustrating area not responding very well to this treatment – my face ( not the area I would choose if I had to have one problem area). Overall though, with the itching way down, I am more relaxed and happier than I have been in years. I hope others with my condition will find this cream as as helpful.

 

63 of 69 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
great for kids!, June 25, 2007
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This review is from: CeraVe Moisturizing Cream, 16 oz
I have a 21 month old and a 6 month old who suffer from eczema. Of course we have been through various mosturizers looking for “the one”. I have found this product to be lighter and easliy absorbed into the skin better than most cream moisturizers. It also doesn’t leave a residue like most. I had been using Cetaphil cream up until I tried this, which was first recommended by a dermatoligist. I prefer this cream above any other I have tried thus far. It adds moisture to their skin and I saw an improvement in two days.

 

45 of 51 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Works Miracles for Chronic Eczema & Dandruff Sufferer, April 17, 2012
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This review is from: CeraVe Moisturizing Cream, 16 oz
There are already many good reviews, but few have mentioned using Cerave as treatment for chronic dandruff/scalp eczema. I also thought it would be helpful to provide a detailed account of how I use it.Here’s my story: I’m a 27 year old male who’s had eczema since I can remember. There have been periods where it’s been relatively mild and periods where it’s been extreme – extreme enough to not want to go out in public. As I’ve gotten older it’s tended on the extreme, especially during the dry, winter months. Specifically, I get bad facial eczema (very bad on the eyelids), as well as eczema behind the knees and elbows, neck, scalp, chest, back, etc. I’ve tried a lot of moisturizers, steroids (both oral and topical), elidel and protopic, dandruff shampoos, and a variety of other things. All of the moisturizers irritated my skin. Steroids worked but they’re not a long-term solution (because of the side-effects; plus, after regular use I could tell I was building a tolerance). The only useful dandruff shampoo was Nizoral – but that was more of a temporary fix, and it left my hair super dry and brittle.After all of the experimentation I found a routine that keeps my skin about 95% clear, and most of it is due to Cerave. The only exception is my eyelids – I apply protopic daily, and then Cerave over top of it. This keeps them about 99% clear. I’ve tried going without the protopic but my eyelids get pretty bad without it still; fortunately, protopic does not weaken with use, nor have the known long-term side effects – like skin-thinning – that steroids have.A little bit on the specifics. When I began using it, it actually caused a slight burning sensation, and my skin would turn pretty red. This lasted for about 1-2 weeks but gradually went completely away. My own guess is that my skin was re-establishing a proper barrier. I mention this because, if you’ve had problems initially, I would give it at least 3 weeks before dropping it – it may just be your skin getting acclimated to it. As for application, I put it on my face, neck, backs of knees and elbows, and anywhere else that’s dried out or suffering from eczema – I try to do it about twice a day (and I apply liberally). I should also mention that there was a brief period where I would get an infrequent but deep pimple on my face – the kind I almost never got before. But after a while this symptom also went away.

Lastly, as mentioned above, I’ve also had scalp eczema (or dandruff). Before Cerave, Nizoral had been the only partial fix – but not a very good one. Anyways, as far as application, my hair is not styled long, but it’s also not a buzz cut, so it’s not as convenient or easy as putting it on your skin. My hair gets sort of drenched in Cerave. As a result, I do it once a day, at night a bit before I go to bed. With hair being in the way, you have to make sure to get it all the way down in to your scalp (apply liberally), otherwise it won’t work properly. In the morning I wash it out with Kirk’s Coco Castile Bar Soap (the soap I use for everything). After putting it on for just a few days, the itchiness and dryness on my scalp has resolved 99%. My dandruff is now gone and I no longer have to use Nizoral.

Overall, I’m very impressed with Cerave. It’s the only thing that provides relief without irritating my skin. It’s been a genuine life-changer.

 

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