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Sunscreen - Aveeno Protect + Hydrate SPF 30, 3-pack - $14.97

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[Costco] Sunscreen - Aveeno Protect + Hydrate SPF 30, 3-pack - $14.97

This is my favourite sunscreen because I like the subtle scent and it's not oily; it's more matte. I usually like to stock up at the end of summer, but my local Costco's don't have any. It might be cheaper in store if your Costco has stock (?).

Note that this is only SPF 30. Also note that sunscreen expires so (1) hopefully it won't be old stock and (2) don't hoard too much.

Btw, this "Coppertone Sport SPF 30 Trio Pack, 3 x 222 mL" is also on clearance for $14.97: https://www.costco.ca/coppertone-sport- ... 22908.html
I don't like the smell or oiliness of these aerosol sprays, but they're convenient.
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I've used sunscreen that "expired" more than 2 years ago and it still protected me from sunburn just fine.
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I think I've purchased both of these in the warehouse previously but can't remember what the price was. Anyone know?
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Alternatively, you could get the Kinesys stuff for four times the price!

https://www.costco.ca/kinesys-30-spf-ma ... 70417.html

I mean, it's good stuff, but so is Aveeno, and didn't most of us grow up on CopperTone?
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nope. Dont go using expired sunscreen. This isnt a case of best before like for foods. You might not even know there is a problem until the skin shows signs of a problem.
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I think that what is really criminal is that there are sunscreens with Oxybenzone still on the market.

Nice find, OP. Thanks.
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SizzleChest wrote: I think I've purchased both of these in the warehouse previously but can't remember what the price was. Anyone know?
$19.99 regular price
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Is it really sweatproof?
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It was $9.97 in Regina warehouse when I saw this last week.
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I need this…pure white guy…do any locations in the Richmond hill/GTA area have this?
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Phantasm wrote: I've used sunscreen that "expired" more than 2 years ago and it still protected me from sunburn just fine.
I’ve taken Tylenol that was expired and I was stronger than ever
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TrevorK wrote: $19.99 regular price
Winner winner chicken dinner!

Mr. Robo wrote: Is it really sweatproof?
Nope. I use this when im out cycling you will need to reapply!
Up votes, down votes, they're all votes for me! I thank you!
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Phantasm wrote: I've used sunscreen that "expired" more than 2 years ago and it still protected me from sunburn just fine.
Sunscreen is so cheap that it's not worth using "expired" sunscreen. While it's likely to not be toxic after expiry, most likely it won't block the rated SPF it was meant for.
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DarkReaper wrote: Sunscreen is so cheap that it's not worth using "expired" sunscreen. While it's likely to not be toxic after expiry, most likely it won't block the rated SPF it was meant for.
CHEAP!!? Am I poor or are you just rich?
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if you wanted expired sunscreen, go dump diving at walmart. Should be plenty there. You get exactly what you pay for in this case.
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Should put sizing into the opening post for reference.

88ml each => 3 x 88ml = 264 ml for $14.97
We're all bozos on the bus until we find a way to express ourselves...

Failure is always an option...just not the preferred one!
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I realized the search for the right, cheap sunscreen that works for your own skin is an eternal quest and no one's skin is the same... but still, I bought a pack and here's my experience:

pros: - Hydrate formula feels really nice and refreshing at first compared to having your skin feel oily, no doubt about that.

cons: - Started pilling in the afternoon all over (had applied in the morning before heading out for work)
- After it started pilling, it also started itching. Neck especially. By the time evening came around, it was super annoying.

Search continues and I'm going back to my previous sunscreen I guess. A slight oily feeling can be distracting, but nothing compared to the itchiness I felt with this one.
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coolwasabi wrote: This is my favourite sunscreen because I like the subtle scent and it's not oily; it's more matte. I usually like to stock up at the end of summer, but my local Costco's don't have any. It might be cheaper in store if your Costco has stock (?).

Note that this is only SPF 30. Also note that sunscreen expires so (1) hopefully it won't be old stock and (2) don't hoard too much.

Btw, this "Coppertone Sport SPF 30 Trio Pack, 3 x 222 mL" is also on clearance for $14.97: https://www.costco.ca/coppertone-sport- ... 22908.html
I don't like the smell or oiliness of these aerosol sprays, but they're convenient.
I bought the coppertone trio for 9.97 at Etobicoke south last Monday. Expires 2024

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