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Anyone know where I can buy Cerave now?

(29 Posts)
brilliantslight Tue 31-Oct-17 12:16:48

I know that Cerave has now been bought by Loreal but where can I buy it now? My face is really suffering. Is there an alternative noncomodic anyone can recommend?

MissConductUS Tue 31-Oct-17 12:56:30

I get mine from Amazon if my store is out of it.


brilliantslight Tue 31-Oct-17 13:44:53

I do too but they no longer stock the pm face cream.

MissConductUS Tue 31-Oct-17 13:50:42

It's still on the US Amazon site:

CeraVe PM

Perhaps they've decided that we Yanks need it more. smile

You can buy from the US site, but you'll have to pay shipping.

brilliantslight Tue 31-Oct-17 13:52:14

Yes trying to avoid mega postage. Lucky ole you in the USA! grin

MissConductUS Tue 31-Oct-17 14:19:43

Well, we did wind up with the short fingered vulgarian as President, so it's not all roses and cupcakes. smile

JanetStWalker Tue 31-Oct-17 19:22:07

Any on eBay?

brilliantslight Tue 31-Oct-17 20:00:35

Yes but double the price. Anyone else struggling?

PostNotInHaste Tue 31-Oct-17 20:51:24

Yes struggled and I gave up, switched to an Aldi night cream which is ok so far.

brilliantslight Tue 31-Oct-17 21:06:10

Is it non comedogenic post?

insertcleverusername Tue 31-Oct-17 21:08:23

My local Sainsbury's (a big one) has started stocking cerave!

brilliantslight Tue 31-Oct-17 21:10:32

Really insert. Thank you I will check that out we have a largeish one. Is it with all the skincare or by the pharmacy? And what price are we talking? smile

insertcleverusername Tue 31-Oct-17 21:37:28

Brilliantslight it's in the skincare section: I mentioned the other day on another thread that they've also got a section for Una Brennan stuff and another brand, but I can't remember what that one is now.

If you live near a big Sainsbury's, check it out, they may have it!

PostNotInHaste Wed 01-Nov-17 07:45:27

Ooo, that's good news! The Aldi one has been fine for me but I have drier mature skin so possibly too heavy for a younger one. I think they have a few different ones though.

Figuier Wed 01-Nov-17 11:03:42

Wait, what? Seriously? In Sainsbury's?? Cerave, not cetaphil??

brilliantslight Wed 01-Nov-17 11:13:01

Yes Figuier I thought that this morning anyone passing Sainsburys please verify this important revalation.

insertcleverusername Wed 01-Nov-17 12:47:36

Ahhh shit. It might be cetaphil come to think of it. blush
Sorry, I'm such an idiot!

brilliantslight Wed 01-Nov-17 14:59:14

hmm Oh no my hopes dashed! Please can someone recommend an alternative. sad There is no alternative arrrrrgggghhh...

Figuier Wed 01-Nov-17 15:11:07

If it was Sainsbury's it would be a gamechanger but I can't find any info anywhere.
I'm thinking when I ran out of my tub of moisturiser I'm just gonna brave iherb and suck up all the import charges.

LookAtAllTheBullshit Wed 01-Nov-17 15:15:51

Look on a site called, it often does reviews for non comedogenic moisturiser, foundation etc.

LookAtAllTheBullshit Wed 01-Nov-17 15:16:37

Not clearance-autocorrect

MichelGarnier Wed 01-Nov-17 15:19:11

I had this same problem and the Cerave prices on amazon UK have shot up. I stocked up and bought multiple Cerave cleansers and moisturisers from the US Amazon. It was cheaper than buying from U.K. Amazon, even including the shipping costs. It's crazy!

handslikecowstits Wed 01-Nov-17 17:36:18

This is bloody brilliant! Comes in a type for dry skin or normal to combo skin. I have the latter. No scent and soaks straight in. I bought mine in Boots.

brilliantslight Wed 01-Nov-17 18:48:39

Thanks hands that sounds perfect.I will get some of that until my beloved Cerave becomes available again

brilliantslight Wed 01-Nov-17 18:49:02

. smile

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