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Physiogel or Cetaphil?


I have a sensitive skin and tends to get irritated easily when I use strong cleanser. I heard about Cetaphil and Physiogel as hypoallergenic products, since they are not cheap, I wanted to make sure that I buy the right one. Any tips? TIA.

 

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    sassymomonthego 4 years ago

    Thanks. It seems 2-0 in favor of Cetaphil, something to ponder about.

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    sassymomonthego 4 years ago

    Thanks for the info. I really need your views and ideas so I can weigh them in.