Developed With Dermatologists, Including Pediatric Dermatologists

Since 2005, CeraVe has collaborated with dermatologists to innovate and develop skincare solutions formulated with ceramides 1, 3, & 6-II to help maintain and restore the skin’s natural barrier.

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Ceramides Ceramides are essential in supporting and strengthening the skin barrier
Low Ceramides
Ceramides, lipids found naturally in the skin, make up 50% of the stratum corneum and are essential in supporting the skin barrier and retaining moisture.
Low Ceramides
When ceramide levels are low, the skin barrier is weakened, allowing moisture to escape. Ceramide depletion is associated with dermatological conditions you may see in your practice every day, such as atopic dermatitis and acne.1

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MVE Tech CeraVe innovation
CeraVe developed a revolutionary delivery system, MultiVesicular Emulsion (MVE®) technology, which delivers concentric layers of oil-in-water emulsions. These layers slowly unfold upon application, continually releasing ingredients for the skin to absorb as needed.2
Conventional “burst-release” delivery.
MVE® technology delivers continual release of ingredients over 24 hours so they are fully absorbed into the skin.
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REFERENCES: 1. Lynde CW, Andriessen A. A cohort study on a ceramide-containing cleanser and moisturizer used for atopic dermatitis. Cutis. 2014;93(4):207-213. 2. Draelos ZD. The effect of ceramide-containing skin care products on eczema resolution duration. Cutis. 2008;81(1):87-91.