Cetaphil

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Cetaphil /ˈstəfɨl/ is a line of skin care products from Galderma Laboratories, including cleansers, bar soap, cream, lotion, and moisturizers. Cetaphil products are commonly sold at grocery stores and pharmacies throughout the United States and Canada and India. They are also available in pharmacies in Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, some European, Latin American and Caribbean countries.

Galderma. is a pharmaceutical company specializing in the research, development and marketing of dermatological treatments and was formed in 1981 as a joint venture between Nestlé and L'Oréal.[1] The company, headed by President & CEO Humberto C. Antunes, has 31 affiliates in over 70 countries[2] with a worldwide network of distributors and employs nearly 4,000 people of whom 1,000 are sales representatives. The parent company is based in Lausanne, Switzerland, with Corporate Services in Paris-La Défense, France.

In Indonesia, Cethapil penetrated market in January 2013 with patnership with Parazelsus Indonesia as distribution company in Indonesia.

The brand makes products for people with sensitive, dry and/or acne-prone skin as an alternative to harsher types of soap.

Cetaphil is highly used and known for its line of scent-free lotion and moisturizers. It's unique in the fact that it's oil free and can be applied to all types of skin because of its simplicity and non-harsh chemical build up.

The products available in the Cetaphil brand are:[3]

Cetaphil ingredients: water, cetyl alcohol, propylene glycol, sodium lauryl sulfate, stearyl alcohol, methylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben. [4]

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