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[Costco] Glaxal Base Moisturizing Cream - 450g tub + 50g tube - $12.99

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[Costco] Glaxal Base Moisturizing Cream - 450g tub + 50g tube - $12.99

On sale again for $12.99 Costco in-store. Part of the February 2021 Coupon Book.
$15.99 online.
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Oct 31, 2010
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Edmonton
Got this on sale last time as it was recommended to me for my daughter's eczema as nothing else seemed to work. It worked amazingly on it and highly recommend. Regular price is already much cheaper than anywhere else, so sale price is hot.
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Nov 13, 2020
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As a peds nurse, this is one we recommend for eczema! Good find
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Oct 27, 2007
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Is this better than the Cerave moisturizing cream? I bought the cerave last time and while everyone here seems to love it...I found it just meh. Kind of too thin in consistency. Is this similar or better ( obviously a matter of individual opinion but just wondering if it’s comparable in quality ) also I believe the Cerave is often recommended by dermatologist.
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Mar 20, 2016
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queenofhearts wrote: Is this better than the Cerave moisturizing cream? I bought the cerave last time and while everyone here seems to love it...I found it just meh. Kind of too thin in consistency. Is this similar or better ( obviously a matter of individual opinion but just wondering if it’s comparable in quality ) also I believe the Cerave is often recommended by dermatologist.
cerave worked well for me. Wanna know whether the glaxal is good or not too
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Dec 16, 2017
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queenofhearts wrote: Is this better than the Cerave moisturizing cream? I bought the cerave last time and while everyone here seems to love it...I found it just meh. Kind of too thin in consistency. Is this similar or better ( obviously a matter of individual opinion but just wondering if it’s comparable in quality ) also I believe the Cerave is often recommended by dermatologist.
Similar but a bit thicker IMO. Has a more medicinal smell as well.

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