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Amazon is offering $10 Off Select Health / Personal Care Items when you Spend $40 or more. Shipping is free.

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Note: $10 discount will apply automatically at checkout when you add $40+ of eligible products.

Deal Instructions:
  1. Shop eligible products (prices before $10 off $40 discount; Subscribe & Save is available on select products; to get S&S discount for multiple items, add all to cart and select S&S option in cart):
  2. Add $40 or more in eligible products to cart.
  3. Select Subscribe & Save option in cart where available for 5% additional discount
    • $10 off $40+ discount is calculated on total before S&S discount.
    • You may cancel your Subscribe & Save subscription any time after your order ships.
  4. Proceed to checkout.
  5. $10 off $40+ discount will apply at checkout.
  6. Complete your order.
Example Bundle #1:
  1. Visit the product page for 19oz CeraVe Moisturizing Cream
  2. 'Clip' the 40% off coupon on the product page.
    • Note: Must be logged in to clip coupons; coupons are typically limited to one per account.
  3. Make sure the Subscribe & Save option is selected.
  4. Change Quantity to 3
  5. Select any frequency, then click 'Set Up Now'.
  6. Price will be $48.24 - $10 Multibuy Discount - $6.43 w/ coupon (only applies to 1 jar) - $2.41 5% S&S discount = $29.40 w/ free shipping.
  7. Complete your order.
    • Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save anytime after your order ships.
Example Bundle #2:
  1. Add all 3 to cart (prices AFTER prorated $10 off $40 discount + S&S discount + coupon where applicabe):
  2. In cart, select Subscribe & Save option for the Dove Body Wash and the CeraVe Moisturizing Cream.
  3. Proceed to checkout.
  4. Price will be $42.71 - $10 Multibuy Discount - $6.43 w/ coupon - $1.72 5% S&S discount = $24.56 w/ free shipping.
  5. Complete your order.
    • Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save anytime after your order ships.

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Save $10 when you buy $40 of select items [amazon.com]

Many well known brands included

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CeraVe Moisturizing Cream | Body and Face Moisturizer for Dry Skin | Body Cream with Hyaluronic Acid and Ceramides has extra 40% off coupon (clip on product page)

3 X 19oz CeraVe Moisturizing Cream | Body and Face Moisturizer for Dry Skin | Body Cream with Hyaluronic Acid and Ceramides [amazon.com]
15% S&S (with multibuy discount and 40% off coupon) = $24.57 ($8.19 each) > expired



2 X Face Wash by Cetaphil, Daily Facial Cleanser for Combination to Oily Sensitive Skin, 8 oz Pack of 3 [amazon.com]
15% S&S (with multibuy discount) = $24.12 ($4.02 each) expired


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PeripateticSDer asked this question on 10-04-2021 at 12:03 PM
10-04-2021 at 12:03 PM
Vanicream face soap....but, it takes awhile. If you strip or block pores all the oil off your face, your body pumps out more oil to lube up. Vanicream wont completely strip your skin. It is noncomedogenic (won't block pores) and doesn't have many bad things in it. Dermatologist recommended. Hope that helps.
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Have bought dozens of jars of Cerave from Amazon…have never had counterfeit issues and it's pretty easy to feel consistency differences in generic and brand cerave.

As a reference, I have bought certain things from Amazon that were fakes, like Gillette Mach 3 razor blades. There are definitely things like that I won't touch from Amazon, but my personal experience around cerave and aquaphor has been legit so far.

On a side note, Costco is selling a 2-pack of 16oz cerave jars for $21(?) with $5 off starting this week when the new promos kick in for October.
These are really a gamble to order from Amazon. From my understanding, Amazon gets product from all different vendors including counterfeit ones. They stick them all in the same bin, then the robot or human takes one out and fills your order.

So I won't buy soaps or things that are easily counterfeit on Amazon. No sweat for Amazon, they will just send you another one.. but if you get a rash or worse.. was it worth it?

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These are really a gamble to order from Amazon. From my understanding, Amazon gets product from all different vendors including counterfeit ones. They stick them all in the same bin, then the robot or human takes one out and fills your order.

So I won't buy soaps or things that are easily counterfeit on Amazon. No sweat for Amazon, they will just send you another one.. but if you get a rash or worse.. was it worth it?
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These are really a gamble to order from Amazon. From my understanding, Amazon gets product from all different vendors including counterfeit ones. They stick them all in the same bin, then the robot or human takes one out and fills your order.

So I won't buy soaps or things that are easily counterfeit on Amazon. No sweat for Amazon, they will just send you another one.. but if you get a rash or worse.. was it worth it?
If that were true, Isn't that the case for anything that you buy from Amazon ??
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20 thumbs up, and two comments, must be a paid post.
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If that were true, Isn't that the case for anything that you buy from Amazon ??
Yeah, but different products have varying degrees of negative consequences depending on their intended uses. I might be willing to roll the dice on some lawn ornaments or LED lights since they have a pretty low risk of hurting anything should they be defective, but I'm definitely not ordering any parachutes from Amazon. Skincare products seem like relatively high risk.
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If that were true, Isn't that the case for anything that you buy from Amazon ??
Some things say they are sold by manufacturer
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Have bought dozens of jars of Cerave from Amazon…have never had counterfeit issues and it's pretty easy to feel consistency differences in generic and brand cerave.

As a reference, I have bought certain things from Amazon that were fakes, like Gillette Mach 3 razor blades. There are definitely things like that I won't touch from Amazon, but my personal experience around cerave and aquaphor has been legit so far.

On a side note, Costco is selling a 2-pack of 16oz cerave jars for $21(?) with $5 off starting this week when the new promos kick in for October.
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Have bought dozens of jars of Cerave from Amazon…have never had counterfeit issues and it's pretty easy to feel consistency differences in generic and brand cerave.

As a reference, I have bought certain things from Amazon that were fakes, like Gillette Mach 3 razor blades. There are definitely things like that I won't touch from Amazon, but my personal experience around cerave and aquaphor has been legit so far.

On a side note, Costco is selling a 2-pack of 16oz cerave jars for $21(?) with $5 off starting this week when the new promos kick in for October.
Yup I'm going to stock up on cerave for the winter from Costco. They haven't been on sale for a while
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These are really a gamble to order from Amazon. From my understanding, Amazon gets product from all different vendors including counterfeit ones. They stick them all in the same bin, then the robot or human takes one out and fills your order.

So I won't buy soaps or things that are easily counterfeit on Amazon. No sweat for Amazon, they will just send you another one.. but if you get a rash or worse.. was it worth it?
Agreed. This is absolutely true.
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Quote from Peterock :
Have bought dozens of jars of Cerave from Amazon…have never had counterfeit issues and it's pretty easy to feel consistency differences in generic and brand cerave.

As a reference, I have bought certain things from Amazon that were fakes, like Gillette Mach 3 razor blades. There are definitely things like that I won't touch from Amazon, but my personal experience around cerave and aquaphor has been legit so far.

On a side note, Costco is selling a 2-pack of 16oz cerave jars for $21(?) with $5 off starting this week when the new promos kick in for October.
What should I look for as I don't have the original on hand to compare to?
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Just found it on Amazon,too, thanks.
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Some things say they are sold by manufacturer
I believe that only means the manufacturer sends the shipment to Amazon, who then puts it in the same bucket as the other stock. So stock from the manufacturer gets commingled with other stock — potentially the counterfeit stuff.

This could all be remedied if congress were to force digital retailers to get more information from their vendors (using similar Know Your Customers [KYC] tech that banks use when we try to open accounts as consumers), but Amazon and eBay actively lobby against such efforts.
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What should I look for as I don't have the original on hand to compare to?
Go to a local store and buy the original and keep that container to compare or take photos of it.
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Cerave - Target is selling at around $14 which is cheaper than Amazon and Target also has $10 off 40 going on.

Seems to be better deal at Target.
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