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Promoted 08-24-2015 by johnny_miller at 07:58 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 12oz Nivea Renewal Lathering Body Scrub for $1.79 - 5% when checking out via Subscribe & Save = $1.70. Shipping is free. Thanks qwikwit

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Save 15%, as opposed to the standard 5%, on this month's Subscribe & Save items when you subscribe to 5 or more items during your current subscription month. -johnny_miller

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Edited August 24, 2015 at 07:03 PM by zqk
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Last Edited by PossumLodge August 24, 2015 at 08:29 PM
Product contains polluting polyethylene microbeads.

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I paid $1.98 for this back in 2014. In for 2 with S&S. Thanks
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Thanks
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thank you & repped
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Thanks in for couple.
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add on item Frown
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Product contains plastic microbeads that never go away and are causing a lot of environmental damage in rivers, lakes and oceans. California is considering banning them and some major cosmetic companies are removing them from products. In toothpaste, they can trap bacteria which can cause heart disease via gingivitis. Crest is eliminating them for that very reason.
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Not bad.
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Quote from PossumLodge View Post :
Product contains plastic microbeads that never go away and are causing a lot of environmental damage in rivers, lakes and oceans. California is considering banning them and some major cosmetic companies are removing them from products. In toothpaste, they can trap bacteria which can cause heart disease via gingivitis. Crest is eliminating them for that very reason.
yea its called polyethelyne. should have been banned long ago already, stupid
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Quote from PossumLodge View Post :
Product contains plastic microbeads that never go away and are causing a lot of environmental damage in rivers, lakes and oceans. California is considering banning them and some major cosmetic companies are removing them from products. In toothpaste, they can trap bacteria which can cause heart disease via gingivitis. Crest is eliminating them for that very reason.
Thanks, I read about this and it's enough that I won't purchase.
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yea its called polyethelyne. should have been banned long ago already, stupid
Thanks to both of you. Will skip it.
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so slick. use nivea everyday. thanks op, repped.
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Im a Conservative Libertarian and even I think microbeads are awful. They do nothing for the product and pollute fish with chemicals we humans eventually eat.
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