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Costco: SK-II Facial Treatment Essence $60 off

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Hopefully my wife doesn’t see this before it’s oos
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Nov 22, 2021
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abshahul wrote: Thanks, yes, I'm aware of the SPF usage irrespective of going out or not but I have a very sensitive skin around my nose so far all the SPFs I have tried have flared up my skin. I will have to try Cerave to see how it works for me.
Go to shoppers drug mart for a sample
Be sweet NOT salty

But do you really need it?
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Mars2012 wrote: Missha (credit to my daughter for knowing, haha...she said she wouldn't buy it from Amazon though)
Where does she buy it from then?
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May 28, 2012
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Simby wrote: Where does she buy it from then?
She said SukoshiMart and Chuusi (Canadian retailers) are good.
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Aug 10, 2014
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Mars2012 wrote: She said SukoshiMart and Chuusi (Canadian retailers) are good.
To add, PinknBlossom is another good canadian retailer. Have purchased Missha from them before. Missha also has a canadian site, Missha.ca

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Op missing price on the title
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I just got my annual Costco check and we are planning on going this weekend. I need to scope out where this is beforehand in the store and avoid it when we go.
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Mars2012 wrote: She said SukoshiMart and Chuusi (Canadian retailers) are good.
Both sites sell the essence for $10 cheaper than Missha's website and amazon site. Not enough for free shipping though.
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Dec 29, 2018
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Damnnnnn, I've been on a no-spend spree but have been eyeing this. In for two, thanks OP :( / :D
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Mar 23, 2017
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Any stock in the GTA? Should I brave through the snow storm?
Best to test it on your skin at Sephora before purchasing.

It seems like this product has the same effect as vitamin c for skin brightening but with other minerals and AAs from rice ferment. Won't be as powerful for wrinkles though.
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Mar 9, 2008
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Mississauga
I've tried this and the closest dupe, Missha Time Revolution First Treatment Essence, which is about 15-20% of the price, and honestly didn't see much difference in the results between the two.
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Purseaddict wrote: Any stock in the GTA? Should I brave through the snow storm?
Best to test it on your skin at Sephora before purchasing.

It seems like this product has the same effect as vitamin c for skin brightening but with other minerals and AAs from rice ferment. Won't be as powerful for wrinkles though.
Could call the store and there still available online.
Simple is the best.
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Nov 18, 2012
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OOS online now, still had some in warehouse.
Simple is the best.
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jacky190424 wrote: I heard SK-II is overrated and overpriced
Objectively speaking, there are alternatives from Korea that use the same ingredients and sold at a much lower price (EDIT: search Missha and Secret Key) . It is expensive because I believe P&G was the first company to develop it and they had to maintain the brand and prestige. The other guys are just dupes like generic drugs.

Wife used it and it worked like magic. Now she is going back to home made skin care and The Ordinary

Subjectively speaking, the same goes to almost everything that is marketed towards women/female from bags, shoes, clothes, cosmetic.

This price I believe is cheaper than other countries at a authorized retailer.

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