Cetaphil Restoring Lotion with Antioxidants for Aging Skin, 16 oz. Bottle

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*** The source of Glycerin is not specified by the manufacturer and could be from Coconut Derivatives (does NOT exclude all fragrances) or Soy or Zea Mays (Corn)
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Product Description

NEW CETAPHIL RESTORING LOTION: Specially designed antioxidant formula visibly helps skin look healthier and more youthful, while nourishing skin hour after hour

IMPROVES SKIN'S RADIANCE: Potent antioxidant and niacinamide (vitamin B3) formula restores skin's natural, healthy glow and smoothes skin's appearance for even tone and texture

NURTURE YOUR SENSITIVE SKIN: Developed for and clinically tested on sensitive skin, this lotion is fragrance free, paraben free and non-greasy, especially on delicate chest and neck areas

IDEAL FOR USE AT NIGHT: Non-irritating lotion nourishes to restore skin hydration by morning

RESTORING SKIN CARE YOU CAN TRUST: Cetaphil Restoring Lotion is dermatologist tested and, like all Cetaphil moisturizers, designed to be gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin

cat_admin
Nov 30, 2022
Anonymous, cetearyl alcohol is a *multi-source* ingredient and is often derived from plant-based products. It can be derived from palm, coconut, corn, soy vegetable oil. It can also be made from petroleum derivatives or animal-based sources. Unless the manufacturer specifically lists *coconut*, the ingredient is entered without the source.
Anonymous
Nov 30, 2022
cetearyl alcholol is this made from coconut?
SkinSAFE Team
Jan 21, 2021
Hi - the Top Free rating consists of the top most common allergy causing ingredients used in beauty and personal care products and are from results from Mayo Clinic research around allergen rates from thousands of skin allergy sufferers.
Anonymous
Jan 21, 2021
Top allergen free? I thought mineral oil is a top allergen
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