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Cerave (or Cetaphil) 16 oz moisturizing cream (~$6.50) at Target

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CeraVe moisturizing cream 16oz is currently on sale for $10.97.
http://www.target.com/p/cerave-17...A-13977967

There is a manufacture coupon on Cerave.com website for $2 off.
http://www.cerave.com/coupons

Target is running a personal care promotion this week. Get $5 Target GC with a $20 personal care purchase. Text BEAUTY to 827438 to get the coupon.

Buy 2 16oz Cerave moisturizing cream $10.97*2=$21.94
Use 2 $2 manufacture coupon = -$4
Use Target coupon, get $5 Target GC= -$5
Total=$12.94 ($6.47 per jar)

If you prefer Cetaphil brand, you can do a similar scenario as above.
There are two different cetaphil creams at my Target store. One is for dry, sensitive skin (037-12-0205) and one is for VERY dry sensitive skin (037-13-1359). Both are ringing up $10.99 at the store for me. The very dry one is slightly more expensive on the Target website. The pictures on Target website is erroneously showing the same for both products. They were also co-mingle together at my Target store. They look very similar except one says "Very dry, sensitive skin" and also has a scale (light to rich) showing rich on the jar.

http://www.target.com/p/cetaphil-...A-14902639

http://www.target.com/p/cetaphil-...A-13376159

There is a $2 manufacture coupon on coupons.com currently. Select personal care category and you should see it.

Buy 2 16oz cetaphil moisturizing cream $10.99*2=$21.98
Use 2 $2 manufacture coupon = -$4
Get $5 Target GC= -$5
Total=$12.98 ($6.49 per jar)


If you have a redcard, use it for additional 5% off. In some states, you can cash out the GC under certain amount, you can walk over to customer service and convert $5 GC back to cash. I am in California and I was able to cash out my $5 immediate after I purchased the items. I just head over to customer service and ask to cash out my GC.
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I'd suggest changing your title to the following, or some may TD this decent deal...

2 Jars of Cerave (or Cetaphil) 16 oz Moisturizing Cream ~$13 after Coupon & $5 Target GC
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pretty good price, but still slightly more (.406/oz) than the "regular" Costco coupon price (.40/oz).
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Is the cream light enough for applying to facial skin?
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Is the cream light enough for applying to facial skin?
My son has eczema and the dermatologist told us to use the cerave cream for his face and body. So far so good. We also use aquaphor twice a week on top of the cream.
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pretty good price, but still slightly more (.406/oz) than the "regular" Costco coupon price (.40/oz).
How did you get 0.4 cent/oz at Costco?
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How did you get 0.4 cent/oz at Costco?
with the coupon that comes out every couple months. Actually not long about they had it for .312/oz.

(to be pedantic, that's .4 *dollars* per oz, aka 40 cents)
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how do I add the mfg coupon on targets website? many thanks
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How did you get 0.4 cent/oz at Costco?
I don't see Cerave on Costco.com. Is it in store only? Do you know if they carry any sunscreen products?

I am looking for a sunscreen for my daughter for her face. She's a distance runner with sensitive skin and prone to acne. This product was recommended-has anyone tried it and know the best place to buy?
CeraVe Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF, 50 Face Lotion, 2 oz
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Shows this when texting BEAUTY:


TARGET: Aw, snap! You just missed it. This offer expired on 6/24. Please check back often for future offers. Msg&data rates may apply

So I guess no $5 gc unless this is in store?
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