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19oz CeraVe Daily Face & Body Moisturizing Cream w/ Pump EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has for Sam's Club Members: 19oz CeraVe Daily Face and Body Moisturizing Cream w/ Pump on sale for $10.98. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks TattyBear

Alternatively, Target has 16oz CeraVe Daily Face and Body Moisturizing Cream on sale $9.77 when you follow the steps below and checkout via Target Subscriptions. Select free in-store pickup.

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  1. Click here to visit the product page and save the 10% Off Target Cartwheel offer
  2. Add to cart for in-store pickup
  3. In cart, select 'Subscribe to save 5%'
  4. Price will be $9.77 + Free Store Pickup
  • Note: Must select store pickup for this offer. You can manage or cancel your subscriptions here.
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Amazon has 19oz CeraVe Daily Face and Body Moisturizing Cream on sale for $11.53 when you 'clip' the $1.35 off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.
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  • Amazon [amazon.com] has 19oz CeraVe Daily Face and Body Moisturizing Cream on sale at 2 for $23.06 >Now $25.76 (price shown at checkout) when you add a Quantity of 2 and checkout via Subscribe & Save.
    Shipping is free

    Edited: $1.35 coupon has been added - Qty. 1 w/coupon & s&s $11.53 >Now $12.88 >Expired

    Alternatively
  • Target [target.com] has the 16oz. jar for $10.31 (1) | $20.62 (2) Price Includes 5% off w/REDcard (w/free ship) >Now $9.77 for 1 via Subscription & Store Pickup
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To sweeten the Target deal (in-store at least), here's a $4.00 coupon: https://www.cerave.com/coupons?ut...ent=Coupon
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You gotta educate yourself about the difference between lotion, cream and ointment.
I actually got the lotion in your link and it worked quite well with my face, but the cream suppose to be moisturizing more (and more greasy). Lotion is usually lightweight and imo better feeling after applied.
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What the heck are you smoking? Stop spreading false information. I just looked up the cream tub with the pump and without and both the ingredients are exactly the same.
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I bought some of this recently and really liked it. I've never really used much lotion before despite being old now, but this seems good.
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Get the pump one instead. Much easier to use and on sale too. https://www.target.com/p/cerave-d...A-13977969 [target.com]
That's the lotion, which is different from the cream.
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Just bought 2 x 19 oz of this that had pumps in both for 10.98 each at Sam's club.
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Get the pump one instead. Much easier to use and on sale too. https://www.target.com/p/cerave-d...A-13977969 [target.com]
You gotta educate yourself about the difference between lotion, cream and ointment.
I actually got the lotion in your link and it worked quite well with my face, but the cream suppose to be moisturizing more (and more greasy). Lotion is usually lightweight and imo better feeling after applied.
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To sweeten the Target deal (in-store at least), here's a $4.00 coupon: https://www.cerave.com/coupons?ut...ent=Coupon
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Get the pump one instead. Much easier to use and on sale too. https://www.target.com/p/cerave-d...A-13977969

The pump one has more alcohol, which allows it to be pumped out. Easier to use, but may not be as effective as the cream in the tub due to the alcohol drying out the skin. My kids' dermatologist suggested the cream instead.
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Target currently has 16oz for 11.42$ and a target circle offer for 10% off.

11.42 * 0.9 * 0.95 = 9.76$. Or 0.76 per oz.

If you have the 4$ mfr coupon, the price would drop further. I'm not sure the sequence in which it will get applied, but even in the least favorable way, it comes to:

11.42 - 4 = 7.42 * 0.9 * 0.95 = 6.34$. Or 0.4 per oz.

For reference, Sam's club deal of 9.96$ for 19oz tub comes to 0.52$ per oz. Amazon is slightly more at 0.54$ as per 10.18$ I'm getting now for 19oz withcoupon and 15% s&s discount.
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Just bought 2 x 19 oz of this that had pumps in both for 10.98 each at Sam's club.
Sam's club price (in NJ) currently is 9.96$. Online is 10.98$.
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The pump one has alcohol, which allows it to be pumped out. Easier to use, but may not be as effective as the cream in the tub due to the alcohol drying out the skin. My kids' dermatologist suggested the cream instead.
What the heck are you smoking? Stop spreading false information. I just looked up the cream tub with the pump and without and both the ingredients are exactly the same.
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What the heck are you smoking? Stop spreading false information. I just looked up the cream tub with the pump and without and both the ingredients are exactly the same.
Edited my post. The pump one has a higher concentration of alcohol, which lowers the viscosity. Not trying to misinform people, just stating what a dermatologist told me.
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Target currently has 16oz for 11.42$ and a target circle offer for 10% off.

11.42 * 0.9 * 0.95 = 9.76$. Or 0.76 per oz.

If you have the 4$ mfr coupon, the price would drop further. I'm not sure the sequence in which it will get applied, but even in the least favorable way, it comes to:

11.42 - 4 = 7.42 * 0.9 * 0.95 = 6.34$. Or 0.4 per oz.

For reference, Sam's club deal of 9.96$ for 19oz tub comes to 0.52$ per oz. Amazon is slightly more at 0.54$ as per 10.18$ I'm getting now for 19oz withcoupon and 15% s&s discount.
Hmm...the coupon sounds amazing now. I missed out on Sam's club deal. All locations around me sold out. I rather have something then nothing.
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Just to end some confusion in the thread:

The CREAM is thicker and more moisturizing, though in my experience absorbs very well after a few minutes and doesn't feel greasy- more like well-hydrated, but not in a sticky way like the ointment. I have found it at Sam's and BJ's with a pump for the tub.

The LOTION, as has been noted, has a lower viscosity and isn't quite as moisturizing. I have only ever seen it sold in a taller bottle with a pump rather than a tub like the cream.

Both are great, and it really just depends on your needs. They are different products, but both ARE available with pumps.
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