It’s a CeraVe Jamboree! CeraVe Skin Renewing Night Cream Releases Moisturizing Ingredients All Night Long
This month I’m highlighting skin care products from CeraVe, a most-excellent drugstore brand. It’s a CeraVe jamboree! This week’s allstar is a notable night cream for all skin types — CeraVe Skin Renewing Night Cream.
Why does this night cream not come in a big ol’ vat…? Because it should! Yes, the dainty jar is convenient and cute. Also, yes, technically, one only needs to use a little (just a few tiny dots), but a supersized, super-fantastic jar if this hella hydrating, no-frills night cream needs to happen!
To the gals and guys who love rich bedtime moisturizers, CeraVe Skin Renewing Night Cream could be a game-changer.
Made for all skin types, this fragrance-free, time-released face cream parses out intensely moisturizing ingredients throughout the night, so, as you sleep, your skin constantly receives a steady stream of moisture via CeraVe’s signature essential ceramides, hyaluronic acid and niacinamide (among other ingredients).
- Helps soften and renew the look of tired skin overnight
- Provides intense hydration
- MVE Technology: This patented delivery system continually releases moisturizing ingredients for all night hydration
- Biomimetic peptides: Improve the appearance of tired-looking skin
- Ceramides: Help restore and maintain the skin’s natural barrier
- Hyaluronic acid: Helps retain the skin’s natural moisture
- Niacinamide: Helps calm the skin
- Non-comedogenic and fragrance-free
- Developed with dermatologists
It’s a trite term, but I have “combo skin,” meaning in my case that I have an oily forehead, dry cheeks, and my face is acne-prone allllll over. I use a retinol, a BHA and benzoyl peroxide daily, and I think that one of the reasons I can tolerate all of that exfoliation is because I use CeraVe Night Cream every night.
Right after I get out of the shower, when my skin is still damp, I dab a few dots on my forehead, cheeks, chin and neck, and gently massage it in. Then I leave it to fully absorb while I put Connor to bed and prep for the next morning. Then, right before I pass out I go to bed, I apply a thin layer of retinol.
This stuff isn’t greasy (a.k.a. no sticky neck), it layers well underneath the retinol I’m currently using, and, most importantly, it’s rich enough to keep the painful peeling and dryness at bay. I probably wouldn’t be able to keep going with all of the acids, retinol and exfoliating products if I weren’t using this. To be blunt, it makes a big difference.
It’s definitely on the pricey side for drugstore skin care (about $20 for a 1.7-oz. jar, depending on where you get it), but a little goes a long way. Right now it’s $18.49 at Ulta, and they’re currently doing a buy one, get one for 50% off online, so if you’re curious, that might be the way to go.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
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I always thought you were supposed to put retinol on first on clean, bare, and dry skin then put moisturizer over it, so that the moisturizer doesn’t block the effectiveness of the retinol. If I’ve been doing it wrong it could explain why I can’t tolerate retinol in any form.
I bought a tub of this CeraVe hoping it would be a replacement for the two rich creams I have loved, (one priced at an arm and a leg and the other discontinued) but I’ve only used it once and I don’t have an urge to try it again.
It works for my combo skin. it sells really well here no matter what store I get it from.
I too thought that about retinol application (before serum and moisturizer). I’m using Cerave retinol serum, but don’t know that it’s doing much for my skin. Skin care is perplexing ?.
I recently bought the cerave night cream on walmart.com and I think I paid around $13.00?
It’s a great night cream.
I love moisturizers like that to buffer my Tretinoin – if I did not put something like this on beforehand, I get a lot more peeling.
I use tretinoin and I just bought this CeraVe night cream as a dupe for Drunk Elephants Lala retro intense whipped moisturizer and it only cost like $13 at Walmart… I just put it on and it feels so nice on my skin. I’m use to exfoliating products and peels like glycolic and lactic acids so finding a good cream is imperative I was spending a lot but have found cheaper just as good product such as CeraVe. Stay beautiful ladies!!
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