What you need to know about Cerave body-wash


Cerave is a body-washing brand that makes the same formula as its competitor Cerave.

However, the company has launched a new brand called “Girl Body” in its UK launch, which is the first time it has ever marketed to a girl.

It is available in five shades: a light pink, a peach, a bright pink, an orange and a yellow.

Cerave says the new brand is for girls aged between six months and 15 years old.

Ceraves brand was first launched in 2014, and since then it has been sold to a number of other brands.

But it has also been sold in Europe, including to brands including Lancome, Burt’s Bees and Estee Lauder.

Ceraved’s head of marketing, Lisa Breen, said that the brand is aimed at a wider market.

“We are a brand that really appeals to the widest range of women who are interested in body care and have a desire to feel comfortable in their skin and how their skin looks,” she said.

“It’s a way of connecting with the world of body and making it more accessible to girls.”

In the UK, Cerave has been selling its body-cleansing formula at Target stores since February.

The brand’s main UK sales team, Katie Millington, said in a statement that it had achieved “great success”.

“This is the perfect launch for Girl Body, which will appeal to a broad range of girls,” Ms Millingson said.

Ceraving’s brand is not the first body-care brand to go head-to-head with the Cerave brand.

In November, Ceraved announced it would be launching a new line of body-cleaners for girls under 16.

However Ms Mockington said Cerave was targeting a wider audience.

“As a company, we recognise the power of social media and the way girls use social media,” she added.

“And we are also aware that the younger generation are really interested in brands that are more natural, so we’re aiming to reach them.”

Cerave said it was not targeting the target demographic of girls aged 14 to 17.