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[Amazon.ca] Neutrogena Acne Face Wash - $10 promotion when reach $35 total (Expired)

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There are two different types (shown below). You need to use S&S. In order to achieve the 15% discount, you need 4 other S&S orders
Neutrogena Acne Face Wash, Oil Free Facial Cleanser with Salicylic Acid, 269 mL x 4 - $20.53 + tax
Item(s) Subtotal:CDN$ 35.92 ($8.98 per unit)
Subscribe & Save:-CDN$ 5.39
J&J Promotion:-CDN$ 10.00
Total before tax:CDN$ 20.53

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(Amazon has just reduced the available quantity to order to 4 and reduce the price per unit to $6.79. In order to maximize the discount, you can S&S (any quantity) to cart directly with 5% off and add something else from here to bump up the order total to $35)
Neutrogena Acne Face Wash, Oil Free Pink Grapefruit Salicylic Acid Facial Cleanser For Acne & Blackheads, 177 mL x 5 - $23.91 + tax
Item(s) Subtotal:CDN$ 39.90 ($7.98 per unit)
Subscribe & Save:-CDN$ 5.99
J&J Promotion:-CDN$ 10.00
Total before tax:CDN$ 23.91

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Last edited by lcmt on Oct 22nd, 2020 3:25 am, edited 10 times in total.
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Not to poo-poo on anyone's usage of this product, but salicyclic acid treatments have NEVER worked for me. I tried in vain for years, but acne never improved. In the last year though, I switched to acne treatments that used 2.5-5% benzoyl peroxide with a LOT more success. Currently using the Neutrogena Rapid-Clear line, working well.
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User396555 wrote: Not to poo-poo on anyone's usage of this product, but salicyclic acid treatments have NEVER worked for me. I tried in vain for years, but acne never improved. In the last year though, I switched to acne treatments that used 2.5-5% benzoyl peroxide with a LOT more success. Currently using the Neutrogena Rapid-Clear line, working well.
Exact opposite for me.
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I can't get Subscribe & Save:-CDN$ 5.39 on my cart.

This is what i get. Also it stated Save 5% today; Save up to 15% on future

Items (4): CDN$ 35.92
Shipping & Handling: CDN$ 0.00
J&J Promotion: -CDN$ 10.00
Subscribe & Save: -CDN$ 1.80

Any idea?
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You need to change the S&S option. Please refer to here. If you already did that, then you need 4 other S&S orders in order to achieve 15% discount. As long as you add the other 4 orders before the shipping cutoff date, you will still get 15% off from S&S.
hanic wrote: I can't get Subscribe & Save:-CDN$ 5.39 on my cart.

This is what i get. Also it stated Save 5% today; Save up to 15% on future

Items (4): CDN$ 35.92
Shipping & Handling: CDN$ 0.00
J&J Promotion: -CDN$ 10.00
Subscribe & Save: -CDN$ 1.80

Any idea?
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User396555 wrote: Not to poo-poo on anyone's usage of this product, but salicyclic acid treatments have NEVER worked for me. I tried in vain for years, but acne never improved. In the last year though, I switched to acne treatments that used 2.5-5% benzoyl peroxide with a LOT more success. Currently using the Neutrogena Rapid-Clear line, working well.
If you're still looking for a better solution then I suggest looking into 10% benzoyl peroxide. The wash I use requires a prescription and isn't cheap, but is the only thing which can hold back my breakouts. Bonus is that it doesn't dry out my skin nearly as often as salicylic acid does.
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loserga wrote: If you're still looking for a better solution then I suggest looking into 10% benzoyl peroxide. The wash I use requires a prescription and isn't cheap, but is the only thing which can hold back my breakouts. Bonus is that it doesn't dry out my skin nearly as often as salicylic acid does.
This thread just goes to show that treatments work differently for different people. I'm the same as User396555. Salicyclic acid doesn't do a thing for me. BP works but dries my skin out if I use it daily, even at 5%. I'm definitely breaking out a lot since having to wear masks all day.

The thing I've found works the best for me is a topical clindamycin but that requires a prescription for a dermatologist. Other than that, for people who prefer BP, I find that Benzagel 5% 60g is usually the best for the price. I've only ever found it at Shoppers and when it's on sale, it's typically cheaper than less concentrated products with BP mixed in.
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I've tried many acne treatments, and nothing worked until Accutane. It was a permanent fix. Fortunately, the side effects of the drug didn't affect me much.
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recordman wrote: I've tried many acne treatments, and nothing worked until Accutane. It was a permanent fix. Fortunately, the side effects of the drug didn't affect me much.
Gotta disagree. I used Accutane and it was temporary fix. My acne came back after a few months. Nothing has helped since.
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soupmaster666 wrote: Interestingly now I wash my face with water alone. Everything else - Spectro Jel, products with salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide, soap, beauty bars like Dove - none of it worked, and actually all of it seemed to be causing the problem. A plain water rinse twice a day was my solution.

Of course keeping oils (hands), and hair products away, changing pillow cases routinely and having a healthy diet also help.
Do you put anything on your face after washing it with just water? Moisturizer?
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danzerino wrote: Gotta disagree. I used Accutane and it was temporary fix. My acne came back after a few months. Nothing has helped since.
They never claimed it works for everyone. The success rate is quite high. I've been off of it for 15 years. The zit popping days were fun, in a sick way. Now I have something else to be anxious about (hair turning gray).
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Dave98 wrote: The thing I've found works the best for me is a topical clindamycin but that requires a prescription for a dermatologist.
FWIW I actually tried clindamyacin for a while and initially, worked great! But I don't know if the fact that it was an antibiotic that over time it worked less and less? But anyways, I got a prescription for clindamyacin from a walk-in-clinic doctor, for anyone else interested in trying it.
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For anyone that is in KW area I strongly recommend this clinic with its naturopathic doctor that does face/cosmetic acupuncture. Incredible results with acne and you save yourself of buying all sorts chemicals.
I don't mean to advertise so whoever wants to find out which one I can send by pm.
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recordman wrote: I've tried many acne treatments, and nothing worked until Accutane. It was a permanent fix. Fortunately, the side effects of the drug didn't affect me much.
I had it too, worked great on halving most of my symptoms, but I still get some. Night and day though.
BP almost always works better then SA, imo.
Of course it's different for different people, but there's a reason the prescription stuff is almost always high BP. Peroxide kills bacteria and cleans, and that's usually what causes pores to clog and breakout.
Zehrs around here sells the Bp stuff at 5% and it usually goes on for <$10 a tube. Sometimes with Pc points and other perks.
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i find proactiv works! but chit is xpensivAF! like 30 bucks for the cleanser
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I started using this product back when they had Kristin Kreuk and Hayden Panettiere in the commercials. So it's been close to 15 years. lol

I think it works fine. I also strongly believe in drinking lots of water, washing your pillowcase weekly, and avoiding dairy.
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So I thank the op for posting, but more interested in the discussion. I wouldn't say I have bad acne per se, but I definitely have tons of blackheads (but most very tiny) on and near my nose. What do you all suggest for dealing with those?
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I need to comment on Clindamycin too. That shit is evil. It would clear my acne which would all come back with a vengeance when I tried to go off of it. I had to wean myself off it over a long time. I was probably on it for a total of 10 years. As I weaned off, I worked in Retin A micro which worked well. My acne was largely hormonal (shitty periods) and now that I'm 34 I don't use anything and I somehow don't look like a pizza face (I still have acne but it can be covered by makeup now).

Another thing that majorly helped is when I stopped applying makeup with a brush and used freshly washed fingers instead. And never touch your face, put a clean towel or tissue down if you want to sleep on your face, and wash face 2x a day (I've had good success with Cetaphil and Spectro Gel).

Hope this helps someone. Acne is a b****.
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The orange one is back in stock for S&S

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