Thursday, May 18, 2017

Cetaphil celebrates 70 years of healthy skin

Celebratory toast of Galderma's 70th anniversary with hosty Suzi Entrata, Galderma General Manager Raghavendra Sadashiva, Jade Silva-Netto Ponoc Galderma Business Unit Head for Consumer and Catherine Palma-Dilanco Ce

Galderma is delighted to announce that 2017 marks the 70th anniversary of Cetaphil, their dermatologically formulated skincare range which is clinically proven to strengthen and protect even the most sensitive skin ensuring healthy skin.
Galderma Team - Jade  Silva Netto-Ponoc, Catherin Palma-Dilanco and  Raghavendra Sadashiva  with host Suzi Entrata, Cetaphil Endorsers- Mindoza family, Edric, Joy Elijah, Edan, Titus, Tiana and Catalina

Invented in 1947 by a pioneering pharmacist in Texas, the first product - “Cetaphil Cleansing Lotion“ - known today as Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser - still uses the same formula. Customers soon recognized its gentle cleansing power and from then on, the Cetaphil range of products started to grow. Now, 70 years later, Cetaphil is available in more than 70 countries worldwide and offers a wide range of everyday products from, cleansers, moisturizers, sun protection to baby products and solutions for sensitive skin conditions such as acne, eczema and rosacea. Specifically formulated to provide effective skincare for a variety of skin types and conditions, Cetaphil has become one of the top skincare brands recommended by dermatologists[1] and other healthcare professionals across the world.

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The essence of Cetaphil is in the name: the ‘phil’ at the end means ‘love’, while the ‘Cet’ comes from the fatty alcohol which is used as an emollient – Cetyl alcohol. ‘Cetaphil’, therefore, is the love of softening and soothing skin. 
Galderma Team-Cetaphil Sen Brand Mgr Catherine Palma-Dilanco, Galderma GM Raghavendra Sadashiva and Jade Silva Netto-Ponoc

“With its gentle and clinically proven formulas, Cetaphil reinforces and protects the structure of the skin - even in people with the most sensitive and delicate skin” explained Dr Eszter Baltas, dermatologist who contributed to developing Cetaphil products and now Associate Professor at the  Department of Dermatology and Allergology in Szeged, Hungary. “Thanks to its long heritage, based on in-depth understanding of dermatology, Cetaphil offers reliable, scientifically-tested solutions.”

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“Cetaphil has been used by people with sensitive skin for more than three generations” said Neil Popplewell, Vice President Consumer Business, Nestl√© Skin Health. “Over the last 70 years, we have worked closely with medical experts to better understand people’s skin needs. This has allowed us to provide different solutions adapted to these needs, and to make the Cetaphil range what it is today. Like regular exercise and a well-balanced diet, maintaining healthy skin is essential for your overall well-being, so Cetaphil completes your health routine. We will continue to develop the brand and make it more accessible to consumers worldwide. We look forward to the next 70 years of healthy skin with Cetaphil.”  
Dr. Baltas sums it up: “When you choose Cetaphil, you’re choosing the best for your skin.” 

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About Galderma
Galderma, Nestl√© Skin Health’s medical solutions business, was created in 1981 and is now present in over 100 countries with an extensive product portfolio to treat a range of dermatological conditions.  The company partners with health care practitioners around the world to meet the skin health needs of people throughout their lifetime.  Galderma is a leader in research and development of scientifically-defined and medically-proven solutions for the skin, hair and nails.  For more information, please visit

[1] Usage and Attitudes survey for opportunity sizing ; May-October 2015 ; ~250 HCP’s interviewed in US and Germany (mix of GPs, Derms, Paediatricians)

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