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14-Oz Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy Skin Protectant

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Amazon has 14oz Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy Skin Protectant on sale for $9.08 when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon found on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks iyg

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Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment - 14. oz Jar [amazon.com]

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B005UEB96K

Clip the 25% coupon [a.co]:
http://a.co/4CWwlkr

It hasn't drop to this low for a while Smilie

$9.08 after 25% coupon & 5% S&S
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Showing 12.97 before 25%. Not getting $7???
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Showing 12.97 before 25%. Not getting $7???
need 5 S&S items to get $7
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Showing $12.23 for me before 25% coupon as well
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Need more details here, doesn't seem to work for me. $12.97 -25% -15% still has me at $8.27.
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$12.97
- $1.95 (15% S&S)
- $3.24 (25% coupon)

Total: $7.78 before taxes
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Thanks OP repped. Was $9.08 for me cos of S&S
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The 25% off coupon popped up a few days ago but still too high for me to pull the trigger. It was $6.64 last time I bought it in Nov 2016. The non-baby version (also 14 oz) was $5.94 in Feb 2018. Not sure if I can do $7.78 but we're running low.
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Aquaphor Baby 3 in 1 Diaper Rash Cream - Prevents, Soothes and Treats Diaper Rash - 3.5 oz. Tube (Pack of 3) for $12 with 20% coupon and 15% SS discount, if anyone is interested

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Q2MY...BDbSPSFFVX
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It sounds like the "Baby" version is identical to regular Aquaphor [vsearch.com], just with a different label applied. So we grown-ups can use it just the same.

Coming up at $8.78 for me with 5% S&S.
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It sounds like the "Baby" version is identical to regular Aquaphor [vsearch.com], just with a different label applied. So we grown-ups can use it just the same.

Coming up at $8.78 for me with 5% S&S.
It's not the same, I've bought both versions thinking it was the same also. But, the baby version seems to be more purified petrolatum- it looks more clear-white, while the non-baby version is more yellow and gives off a noticeable petroleum smell. My youngest baby boy has pretty bad eczema and we go through tubs of both, and both seems to work the same without any difference at all (i.e. I thought it would cause more flare ups due to purification levels or smell, but nope).
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It's not the same, I've bought both versions thinking it was the same also. But, the baby version seems to be more purified petrolatum- it looks more clear-white, while the non-baby version is more yellow and gives off a noticeable petroleum smell. My youngest baby boy has pretty bad eczema and we go through tubs of both, and both seems to work the same without any difference at all (i.e. I thought it would cause more flare ups due to purification levels or smell, but nope).
have you tried aveeno baby eczema (it's a cream)? One of our twins has bad eczema as well and the aveeno eczema cream is the only thing that keeps it at bay - as in if you forget to use it for a day, the eczema comes back. For diaper rash I've always used Weleda, and it makes a hell of a difference (again night and day vs the regular stuff like desitin or even the bordreaux). When it gets bad I put some 2% hydrocortisone on it (Rx) THEN the diaper cream and horrible rashes will get nearly 100% better overnight.
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have you tried aveeno baby eczema (it's a cream)? One of our twins has bad eczema as well and the aveeno eczema cream is the only thing that keeps it at bay - as in if you forget to use it for a day, the eczema comes back. For diaper rash I've always used Weleda, and it makes a hell of a difference (again night and day vs the regular stuff like desitin or even the bordreaux). When it gets bad I put some 2% hydrocortisone on it (Rx) THEN the diaper cream and horrible rashes will get nearly 100% better overnight.
Thanks for your suggestions, but yes we have tried it and everything. Thank God he doesn't have diaper rash as well, but eczema is everywhere else. Our first 3 kids had eczema as well, but not this severe. It seems to be getting better at this point, as his skin isn't as inflamed and rashy anymore and we're now trying to manage the dryness.
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Thanks for your suggestions, but yes we have tried it and everything. Thank God he doesn't have diaper rash as well, but eczema is everywhere else. Our first 3 kids had eczema as well, but not this severe. It seems to be getting better at this point, as his skin isn't as inflamed and rashy anymore and we're now trying to manage the dryness.
My firstborn has pretty bad eczema, which seems to flare up during the summer. If you don't mind me asking, do your kids' eczema act up during certain times of the year too? Aquaphor is the only thing that helps, and we've tried everything.
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