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[Costco] Cerave 539g tub plus 57g travel size

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I recall about a year ago, I was able to buy the single tub behind the counter at the Costco Pharmacy. I picked them up from the Markham and Yorkdale locations in the past. If they didn't have it in stock, you can order it via the Pharmacy and they would call you once it arrived for pickup, however I don't recall the exact price. I think it was something like $16 for the tub. Basically the same one OP listed, however without the travel size tube.
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KevCnew wrote:
Feb 13th, 2019 2:34 pm
Ceramides, hyaluronic acid, and free of fragrance. The PM also has niacinamide, which is awesome :)
Thanks ..those are all good ingredients ...I’m just so lazy when it comes to using lotions and potions. This does sound like its worth checking out.
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dosanjha wrote:
Feb 13th, 2019 5:26 pm
Found plenty in South Winnipeg Costco!
It's been a regular item for close to three years at Winnipeg South Costco. Previously to that you asked for it at pharmacy for over the counter.
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Feneant wrote:
Feb 13th, 2019 2:51 pm
Is anyone able to compare this to 'Renew' from having used both? It was my moisturizer of choice for eczema on my hands but it's part of the Melaluca product family, which is basically a pyramid scheme I've no interest in joining!
To answer my own question, CeraVe is a top notch moisturizer but it has no effect on eczema whatsoever in my case. In fact it may only make it worse as it leaves your hands feeling moist, although not greasy like most other moisturizers do.
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CeraVe on sale for $14.59 at Costco Leaside.
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Bbmumu wrote:
Mar 4th, 2019 2:34 pm
CeraVe on sale for $14.59 at Costco Leaside.
Is that discount store specific or is it all location in Ontario?
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Feneant wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 9:09 am
To answer my own question, CeraVe is a top notch moisturizer but it has no effect on eczema whatsoever in my case. In fact it may only make it worse as it leaves your hands feeling moist, although not greasy like most other moisturizers do.
Just wondering what works for you, my son has eczema and he's been trying to find a good lotion/moisturizer that works.
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Mar 22, 2004
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My 2.5 yr old and I have eczema and my derma recommended this. I think this is great, better than Glaxalbase. I found with Glaxalbase, it was slightly greasy. Cerave is much better in my opinion. Note, we still apply our medicated creams for the eczema though. This alone won't calm the irritation but it does help keep the area moist so you reduce the risk of a flareup.
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rajojomanik wrote:
Mar 4th, 2019 2:56 pm
Is that discount store specific or is it all location in Ontario?
just called costco. Not all locations have this. Off the top of my head etobicoke, scarb, north york and Mississauga location dont have it. Call before going.
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I feel like Cerave leaves a film over my skin that I can feel, and doesn't really absorb. I prefer using Nivea Soft, and it's cheaper and available everywhere.
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rajojomanik wrote:
Mar 4th, 2019 2:57 pm
Just wondering what works for you, my son has eczema and he's been trying to find a good lotion/moisturizer that works.
The ones recommended by dermatologists are cerave, cetaphil and aquaphor. There's lotion, cream and ointment versions.

As someone who has chronic eczema, your son should try them all and see which ones make him feel the best. This will not cure eczema, just soothe the symptoms and dry skin. Fck eczema.
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Dec 24, 2015
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I believe it’s on sale at any of the Costco locations that carry the product.
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Saw this this morning at Thorncliffe location so they had the CeraVe as shown above 536g tub with a bonus tube of 57g for $14.59 and they also had around the corner the Glaxal Base Cream which was 450g tub + 50g tube for $13.39 item number 534656 - I bought both and told my wife just to try both tubes one on one arm and the other brand on the other to see which suits her better as they are both recommended by the Eczema Society of Canada.

Sale is on til March 17 for the Glaxal Base, didn't double check the CeraVe date.

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