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[Costco] SK-II Facial Treatment Essence $259.99

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[Costco] SK-II Facial Treatment Essence $259.99

330ml SK II facial treatment essence for 259.99 (plus $20 off if you use masterpass). Compared to $365 from sephora.

Not for everyone, but for those who used this essence, this is a great price.
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Oct 4, 2018
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it sounds like a good deal, but it is not available in our Costco locations.
right now there is a small stock of La Mer Renewal Oil (30ml) @ $270
anyone has used both these products before and how would you rate them?
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beamme wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 7:00 pm
it sounds like a good deal, but it is not available in our Costco locations.
right now there is a small stock of La Mer Renewal Oil (30ml) @ $270
anyone has used both these products before and how would you rate them?
I don't believe they carry this in store, only available online.
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Oct 4, 2018
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yes in store at Costco BC. there are also "Caudalie" made in France
Resveratrol Lift Night Infusion Cream (50ml) ~ Costco selling $55 and Sephora $88
Vinosource Moisturizing Sorbet (40ml) ~ Costco $33 and Sephora $48
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beamme wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 7:00 pm
it sounds like a good deal, but it is not available in our Costco locations.
right now there is a small stock of La Mer Renewal Oil (30ml) @ $270
anyone has used both these products before and how would you rate them?
I've used both
1. SK-II Facial Treatment Essence - highly recommend, really great for plumping and smoothing the skin. You can use this as a toner at night and as a daytime essence water (after cleansing, underneath serum, just pat it in). I have dry skin and I dont' find it very hydrating, so I need another hydrating serum on top, but this is great for basic anti-aging. I do find that my skin is way more refined when I use this. Yes it's expensive, but I've had my 250mL bottle for over 6 months and there's still a bit left even when used morning and night. I think it's worth the price.

2. La Mer Renewal Oil - don't recommend, not a lot of botanical oils and mostly filler ingredients. Your skin feels nice right after but not a lot of long term benefits, you're mostly paying for the brand name. If you're willing to spend that much, go for something like Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum. Literally one of the best things I've ever put on my face (I'm a beauty blogger and I've tested out hundreds of skincare products).
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Goonish wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 7:02 pm
Does this cure cancer?
I'm just gonna leave this here:
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5 stars for SK-II Essence! It's the only skincare I have used that minimizes my pores on cheeks and brightens my overall skintone within days! It would have been cheaper to get it on Sephora with their November Sale (15-25% off) and they also sell smaller sizes(30ml) in their Sephora sets if you just want to try it out first without spending $$$.
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Very good deal!!! Too bad I find it smells like spit...
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Hahaha. Cheapstakes keep outta this thread!
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Now I am tempted to buy it lol
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Thanks op
Order one for the wife for Christmas, hopefully it’ll arrive in time.
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Out of the thousands of dollars I have spent on skincare in the last few years this is the only thing that I actually notice when my gf uses.
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Tempted to try this now. Anyone know how this price compares to prices at the Duty free at YVR for example if they even sell it?
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Cheaper then from Japan. Seriously.

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