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

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When Costco had this in 2017, Brighton Ave, Burnaby was only one which was selling. None in Vancouver, Richmond or Willingdon warehouses.
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Boom and Bust Calgar…
rugerty100 wrote: I wish they had the U.S. Costco packaging, with the pump.

(The U.S. price would be nice too Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes)
Jesus that's an amazing price.
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Sep 2, 2010
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In Calgary, I've always bought Cerave from the Sunridge location. I have never seen it at the Deerfoot Meadow location.
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Can confirm, available at Costco on Brighton Ave in Burnaby.
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Jan 4, 2014
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Mississauga
Can confirm that Mississauga Laird Rd doesn't have it
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Oct 27, 2007
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Gta
Soooo. Have to ask.. why is this stuff so good.? Is it that much better than any other moisturizer?
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queenofhearts wrote: Soooo. Have to ask.. why is this stuff so good.? Is it that much better than any other moisturizer?
I use it daily for my face. Doesn't make me prettier but it isn't greasy or smelly and helps my face not feel dry all day long.
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Thanks...but how is it different (better than any other moisturizer?)...goes on like butter? Absorbs quickly with no shine... makes skin glow? I’m of the opinion that all moisturizer basically do the same thing...moisturize!
Guess I should google reviews and see what’s so great about it ( other than this is a huge tub for a good? Price)
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queenofhearts wrote: Thanks...but how is it different (better than any other moisturizer?)...goes on like butter? Absorbs quickly with no shine... makes skin glow? I’m of the opinion that all moisturizer basically do the same thing...moisturize!
Guess I should google reviews and see what’s so great about it ( other than this is a huge tub for a good? Price)
There can be many differences between moisturizers, even high quality ones. There are some brands, like CeraVe (Cetaphil is another) that offer very basic moisturizers which are very gentle. These are good ones to start with before moving on to more fancier ones that are filled with more chemicals. These products are simple, and that gives you a good spot to figure out what works for you (e.g. you switch to another moisturizer and start developing redness). This is why so many recommend these simple brands, because they will likely work for you.

One of the interesting things that CeraVe includes is hyaluronic acid. Now, like most things in skin care there is no miracle cure, but much research has been done and many believe that hyaluronic acid is a very beneficial ingredient (here is a study that explains a bit: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3583886/).


Compared to St Ives, Vaseline, Aveno, etc. you will notice CeraVe is more expensive. It's that this is a good price for CeraVe, however there are other more budget friendly moisturizers. If applying consistently will one make you look years younger? I highly doubt it. But if you have specific skin problems (e.g. eczema) there will be big differences between moisturizers.

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