When I started my meds a couple of years ago, I began to have problems with my skin—breakouts, rashes, dry patches—and regular soap just made it worse. So I told my doctor that vanity and HIV don’t go together, and that something had to go—either the pills or the rash. He sent me to a dermatologist, and she recommended CETAPHIL. I told her if it worked I’d keep taking my meds—and it did. It cleared me right up. Now I’m the Cetaphil poster girl—I use the Gentle Cleansing Bar and the Moisturizing Lotion all over my face and body. They’re both fragrance free, for dry and sensitive skin. My doctor and I both got what we wanted: I got my clear skin back, and she got me to stay on the meds.