Cerave Healing Ointment Vs Aquaphor Vs Cerave Healing Ointment Review

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1 First Impressions of the Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy2 Review of the Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy

This post will be reviewing the Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy.

The other day, I reviewed the Cerave Healing Ointment and decided to put this review up as soon as possible because it is winter. A lot of people experience dryness and sometimes regular moisturizers don’t cut it. You need that extra layer of an occlusive to keep your skin moisturized and protected.

The first time I got into occlusives in 2019, I started with Cerave. But then as I got more involved in the online skincare communities, I discovered its equally popular twin; Aquaphor. While I felt like there wasn’t going to be that much difference between the two Petrolatum-based products, I had to try them to review for my readers. But to my surprise, they are actually slightly different.

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So today, I’m going to deep dive into this healing ointment and share what makes it different from the rest.

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Aquaphor vs Cerave Healing Ointment

Again, the major difference here is the percentages of Petrolatum as well as other added benefits. Aquaphor has 41% Petrolatum with Mineral Oil and Lanolin. While Cerave Healing Ointment has 46.5% Petrolatum with Ceramides, Cholesterol and Hyaluronic Acid.

Alternative Occulsives to Petrolatum

If your skin doesn’t quite agree with Petrolatum based products, here are two alternatives:

In Conlusion,

While the Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy might be too heavy for other seasons, it is the perfect winter companion. Anytime my skin is dry, irritated or sensitized, this product calm my skin down in minutes. If you haven’t gotten on the Aquaphor train, it is not too late.

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