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SK-II facial treatment essence 11 oz - $189.99 + free shipping @ Costco.com

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SK-II Facial Treatment Essence 11oz for 189.99. Free shipping. Price per ounce: 17.272.

it's finally available again at Costco.com, members only.
You'll be able to find it cheaper at some other less known online retailer but I always have concerns about those being knock-off products or near-expiring products.

http://www.costco.com/.product.10...?langId=-1
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If you're in the market for this sort of product it's a spectacular price (Same size at Sephora is $290).

They also have a bunch of skin care products from Chanel & the Sisley lines (including the ever popular Ecological Compound for $145 rather than $250)

I bought both the SK-II and the Sisley Ecological Compound.

Also also also, some really nice designer fragrances on costco.com right now as well. Hermes, Burberry, Tom Ford, etc...

This is not a deal for everyone but if you use higher end products to take care of your skin this deal is definitely slick.
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For cheaper options of a first treatment essence containing yeast, try Missha Time Revolution [amazon.com] ($26) or Secret Key [amazon.com] ($12). Personally I like those two better than the SK-II. That whole "sake makers discovering they have soft hands" story is just a marketing myth btw.
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For cheaper options of a first treatment essence containing yeast, try Missha Time Revolution [amazon.com] ($26) or Secret Key [amazon.com] ($12). Personally I like those two better than the SK-II. That whole "sake makers discovering they have soft hands" story is just a marketing myth btw.
Thanks for the recommendations, I may try one or both when I run out! I know the sake/hands thing is just marketing but the stuff seems to work nicely on my face!
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For cheaper options of a first treatment essence containing yeast, try Missha Time Revolution [amazon.com] ($26) or Secret Key [amazon.com] ($12). Personally I like those two better than the SK-II. That whole "sake makers discovering they have soft hands" story is just a marketing myth btw.
thanks!
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I just got one for my wife. I never heard of this brand before until my wife talks about how expensive it is. It will make a great gift for her. I hope she like it. If not, Costco has a great return policy.
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I just got one for my wife. I never heard of this brand before until my wife talks about how expensive it is. It will make a great gift for her. I hope she like it. If not, Costco has a great return policy.
Does their return policy extend to things like this?
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Does their return policy extend to things like this?
Yes, I guess... my wife did not like how it more like liquid instead of a cream. We end up returning it unopened still in the OEM box. I am sure even if it used they will take it back if you are unhappy. This one is made in Japan in case you are wondering where it was made.
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Be careful with buying from Costco online. They have really bad packaging. A lot of people complained on the Costco site with the reviews. When they pack the bottle they just throw it in a box and there is a lock for the pump but it'll fall off and a bunch of liquid fall out onto the box, not sure how. You'll lose like I say $10 worth of liquid.

It's just really bad!!! When you order from Macy's or Nordstrom at least they package it correctly. But I guess losing $10 of liquid is not going to hurt because at Macy's/Nordstrom they sell it for much more.
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this is based on mine the wife's experience, after 3 months of daily application. please save money don't buy into the bs.
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Thanks for the recommendations, I may try one or both when I run out! I know the sake/hands thing is just marketing but the stuff seems to work nicely on my face!
Did you end you trying Any of the 2, what's ur verdict? Thanks
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