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3.7-Oz Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Ointment Body Spray

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Amazon.com offers the Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Ointment Body Spray, 3.7 Ouncefor $5.59 via clip "extra 25% off" coupon and Subscribe & Save to check out.
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You can get this for $3.99 at Kroger right now after a printable coupon on Aquaphor's site, plus $3 ibotta rebate.
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Got one in Oct and kids like this. Ordering another bottle. Thanks!
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You can get this for $3.99 at Kroger right now after a printable coupon on Aquaphor's site, plus $3 ibotta rebate.
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It's a good product. I like to use it after a peel / mask treatment to help my skin recover and then I don't have to wear much foundation if any.
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Still available now.
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Got a sample of this from my dermatologist that I used for my honeymoon in Maui. It worked wonders for sun burns. Sprays on very evenly and absorbs well.
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The ingredients in this are nothing special and are cheap[1] and I don't think they justify the $5.50/3.7oz price tag. I have a bottle at home and I don't notice any difference using this vs plain old petroleum jelly which is $4/13oz. I guess the spray on would make application slightly more convenient.


[1] petroleum jelly, mineral oil, ceresin, lanolin, alcohol, panthenol, glycerin, bisabolol
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not a good price by any means
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I'll address some of the negative comments.

This spray application is used for a couple of reasons. The jars are typically what people buy. But if you have an open wound, open cancer sore, or any open scrapes, you do not want to use your fingers to apply. You want to keep bacteria, germs, viruses out of the ointment. You can wear disposable gloves or Q Tips with the jars. Or use this spray. Some people even have touch sensitivities due to Neuropathy (severe surface nerve pain). The spray alleviates that issue. The spray is also a carry along convenience wherever you go.

Doctors who treat cancer spots and sores with lasers will advise using Aquaphor (or related product) and gauze to cover before the patients appointment usually in a couple weeks. It worked for my elderly mother due to a drug which was sunlight sensitive, causing a cancer. Very common. Aquaphor shrunk the spot significantly.
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