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Cerave 539g tub + 57g tube - $16.99 ($19.99 online)

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[Costco] Cerave 539g tub + 57g tube - $16.99 ($19.99 online)

If you suffer from dry skin / psoriasis / eczema like I do (even moreso during the winter), Costco is the cheapest place to buy Cerave moisturizing cream to get some relief, even at regular price. However it's on sale for $16.99 at the warehouse, or $19.99 online after discount, making it an even better deal. Either way, cheaper than buying elsewhere. For example, Amazon and Shoppers Drug Mart sell the tub alone for $25-27.

https://www.costco.ca/cerave-moisturizi ... 52738.html
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I have eczema and this stuff is the best, hands down.
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skyrink wrote: I have eczema and this stuff is the best, hands down.
Vasiline extreme dry skin is better
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k847848 wrote: Vasiline extreme dry skin is better
I’m not a fan of the oily texture Vaseline leaves when you touch any surfaces after application…it’s also harder to wash off.
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skyrink wrote: I’m not a fan of the oily texture Vaseline leaves when you touch any surfaces after application…it’s also harder to wash off.
Not that vaseline, the pump one for extremely dry skin rescue.

In general tub versions like this cerave becomes a gooey mess once you get past the 2/3 mark and you just end up throwing it away.
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k847848 wrote: ...In general tub versions like this cerave becomes a gooey mess once you get past the 2/3 mark and you just end up throwing it away.
We use 5 tubs a year with no issue whatsoever. Don't know what you mean by this.
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Best affordable product for adult/children with dry/eczema skin. Normally sell for 24,99 to 29,99$ in pharmacy. No brainer at 16,99$ with the 50-60ml bonus.
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We stock up annually at this time of of the year. The Costco sale happens like clockwork.
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Thanks. Kid has bad eczema on hands for years, and needs this.
Doesn't look to have exp date so probably will stock up a lot.

As for pump vs tub. Buy 1 of the pump version package and just reuse it on tubs.
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Seems to have gone up $1. Sale price was $15.99 before. But great product either way. I usually grab 3 tubs and that lasts a year until the next sale.
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only me that finds this smeels awful ?
VirginPlus / Stickermule / HP Instant Ink
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Not that vaseline, the pump one for extremely dry skin rescue.

In general tub versions like this cerave becomes a gooey mess once you get past the 2/3 mark and you just end up throwing it away.
I found Cerave is in an entire different class as a moisturizer. Vaseline pump edition is what I'd use as someone with dry skin. LO had eczema and the improvement was very clear once we tried Cerave.

Anyway there's also the fact that there's no 'one fits all' eczema therapy. Everyone swears by whatever works for them and for us it was Cerave, maybe for you it's vaseline.
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Another good option is the Life Brand version of this. Superstore was selling the tub with the pump for $10.99….I may have bought a few Winking Face. Cerave or the generic are hands down my favorite for dry skin in the winter.
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$21.99 at my Costco :/

Edit: scanned at $16.99. It’s in the flyer so if there are any issues (there shouldn’t be), bring it to the CS desk.
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cashinstinct wrote: only me that finds this smeels awful ?
I don't find it has much of a smell at all. If you think this is bad, don't try Glaxal Base - not that it's a bad product per se, but it has a distinctly strong medicinal smell.
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MooseV2 wrote: $21.99 at my Costco :/

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Shouldn't be - they probably just didn't change the sign to reflect the sale yet but it should scan in the system, given that the sale items are valid at all Costcos in a given province.
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Ceramides.

This is what elevates this from other lotions.
Tough to beat at the Costco sale price and my favourite face lotion.

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