- Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 12.7 x 15.2 cm ; 90.7 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 272 g
- Item Model Number: hbf-jjj-omgh-mh3456
- ASIN: B0071XPQQ2
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 21 March 2018
- Customer Reviews: 2,166 customer ratings
Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
7,730 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
- #111 in Body Lotions
CeraVe - Renewing SA Lotion - Salicylic Acid Body Lotion for Rough and Bumpy Skin - 8 oz - 237ml
- Unique lightweight formula that exfoliates and moisturizes while helping to restore the protective skin barrier.
- Formulated with three essential ceramides (1, 3, 6-II) help to restore the protective skin barrier.
- Utilizes patented MVE controlled-release technology to help replenish ceramides and deliver long lasting moisturization.
- Free of fragrance and dye, hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic and non-irritating
- Ideal for extremely dry, rough, bumpy skin
Size: 8 Ounce
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Cerave Sa Renewing Lotion exfoliates, smoothes and softens extremely dry, rough, bumpy skin- like those “please don’t touch” rough patches on your upper arms and legs, typically referred to as “chicken skin.”
Purified Water, Glycerin, Mineral Oil, Ammonium Lactate, Salicylic Acid, Trolamine, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Behentrimonium Methosulfate and Cetearyl Alcohol, PEG-100 Stearate, Cetyl Alcohol, Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3 in Corn Oil), Ceramide 3, Ceramide 6-II, Ceramide 1, Cholesterol, Phytosphingosine, Dimethicone 360, Methylparaben, Disodium EDTA, Propylparaben, Hyaluronic Acid, Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate, Carbomer, Xanthan Gum.
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After I shower I apply a standard body lotion all over. Once that dries I apply Cerave SA where it's needed. I was advised to wait until your skin is completely dry and well moisturised to prevent irritation and I've never had a problem. When I remember, I apply twice a day and this definitely makes results happen quicker.
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SKIN SMOOTHING POWER: Cerave takes a little longer to see results, but there is less irritation. With Amlactin, I would frequently get itchy, and sometimes get tiny irritated bumps, which were not acne, but could resemble bad skin if scratched. If you have severe KP, you might want to try both, and even alternate them, but I could not be happier to ditch the Amlactin, so I'll take slow progress over gross feel and smell.
SCENT: Cerave is truly odorless. In comparison, Amlactin smells sour, and the bad smell lingers for at least an hour or two depending on how much you use. Not great if you need to use it on your face! But Cerave has no scent whatsoever. I can use it on my face and under makeup without issues.
TEXTURE: Cerave and Amlactin appear to have the same pudding-like texture, but Cerave is easier to apply, because it sinks in quicker. Amlactin leaves skin greasy. If you applied Amlactin to your feet, you wouldnt be able to walk across a hardwood floor for at least 15-20 minutes unless you put socks/slippers on.
MOISTURIZING POWER: Amlactin in the winner if you are looking for heavy moisture. But Cerave is the winner if you want clean-feeling moisture. After applying Cerave, my skin feels lightly hydrated, but then again I don't have extremely dry skin, just skin that fails to slough off nicely. Since I am oily on my face, I prefer Cerave, because it doesnt make my face feel unpleasantly greasy.
PRICE: Both Amlactin and Cerave work out to be about the same price for the same amount of product. They both range from $12-15 for an 8oz bottle, so if you can get either one for under $13, you are getting a decent price.
BOTTOM LINE: If moisture is your top priority, and you can stand the gross smell and feel, Amlactin is still worth checking out for KP sufferers. But if you value clean moisture and a light feeling on the skin, and are willing to wait a little longer for results, Cerave is much, much easier to bear, in my opinion.
Changer!! I paired the body wash with the body lotion and within two weeks of diligent use (body wash with exfoliating sponge 3x/week and lotion twice a day) I saw a SIGNIFICANT difference in my skin. My KP bumps are 90% gone just after 4 weeks (smoother skin, redness of the bumps is gone, and Now my hair is not getting trapped under my skin). I get my legs waxed and in the past the tech would tell me my skin was dry and holding on to my hair, stubborn in gown hairs... last time I went she was amazed by how smooth my skin was and my waxing service was less painful and I had better results.
My skin has been more sensitive to the sun which happens with AhA but nothing sunscreen can’t address. Actually, now that I’m not embarrassed by my bumpy legs I’m wearing shorts and getting a nice tan which covers up the chicken skin scars and pigmentation. The body wash- lotion combo is a must if you have stubborn KP.
(Also I used the wash and lotion on my face (once a week at night) and my skin is smoother)
It's greasy and sticks onto clothes.
Tried everything from drinking a gallon of water a day to eating a good diet, seems there's no getting rid of this stubborn KP.
Just wondering, if there are 700+ positive reviews on this product, why isn't there a before and after picture for most of them?
However, I much prefer to use this lotion on my face as it's lighter-weight and less greasy.