This $15 Moisturizer is a Dermatologist Favorite — And One of the Best-Selling Moisturizers on Amazon (2022)
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CeraVe is one of the most popular drugstore brands and one of the fastest-growing beauty brands. Countless of their products have achieved almost cult following, and this is no exception. This fragrance-free moisturizing cream, a favorite among dermatologists and even celebrities, has nearly 80,000 glowing reviews on Amazon. That’s pretty impressive for a $15 moisturizer!
As someone who has hypersensitive skin, we’ve tried a variety of creams with wildly varying degrees of success. Thankfully, CeraVe’s best-selling fragrance-free moisturizer is an exception and, after having tried it, we had to join the fan club.
The fragrance-free moisturizing cream is infused with ceramides and hyaluronic acid, which helps reinforce your skin’s barrier and retain moisture. That makes it excellent as an everyday moisturizer. And although it has a thick, creamy consistency, it’s not sticky and absorbs quickly. As a result, it’s particularly ideal for dry patches and our incredibly dry hands (thanks to excessive handwashing during these times.) Best of all, it is very reasonably priced.
Prices are accurate at the time of publication.
CeraVe’s Fragrance-Free Moisturizing Cream is a dermatologist favorite and one of the best-selling moisturizers on Amazon. It’s a savior for dry, sensitive skin thanks to its ability to strengthen the skin barrier with ceramides and hyaluronic acid. In addition, it’s excellent for repairing dry and cracked skin. We particularly like it for those extra-dry patches on both face and body, as well as in everyday use.
- Features ceramides and hyaluronic acid to moisturize.
- Suitable for dry and very dry skin both on face and body.
- Absorbs quickly without leaving a sticky film.
- Awarded the Seal of Acceptance from the National Eczema Association.