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CVS: Olay Regenerist Lumious Brightening Cream Cleanser Only $2.50 (Thru 3/28!)

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Have you had a chance to print this high value $2/1 Olay Regenerist Product coupon yet!? If not, be sure to do so now as it makes for a sweet deal at CVS this week, through March 28th….

Buy 2 Olay Regenerist Lumious Brightening Cream Cleanser 5-oz 2/$9
Total = $9
Use two $2/1 Olay Regenerist Product coupons found here
Final cost $5 total, $2.50 each!

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  1. Dani

    Can people in their early 20s use this since most of their products are targeted for older audiences?

    • Ashley

      I’m in my late 20s and got this last time there was a deal. As far as I’m concerned products like this are a good prevention tool, and hey, it doesn’t hurt!

      • ashlynn

        I agree! I started using anti aging face care at 19 the earlier you start the better. Prevention is key!

        • Ashley

          😉 we’ll be the youngest looking old people with all that’s out there!

        • Ashley

          Wow. All about age prevention, but the npr article is scary. I am huge about the little things everyone can do to recycle and didn’t realize microbeads are plastic 🙁

        • mrs. thu

          Thanks for being THAT person. I had no idea.

        • Whitney

          Thanks, Lara. I never heard that on NPR but I’m glad you are letting people know about it!

        • Mamasweetpea

          Thanks Lara. That was very informative. Perhaps, companies may go back to basics and use sugars or salts or fruit seeds for facial scrubs

        • Melanie

          Thank you Lara. I have become that person in my family but the amount of damage the microbeads are doing is pretty scary and more states are contemplating bans as well as possible federal changes. Also, most of the major companies, i.e. P&G have agreed to phase them out but only in the next 5 years or so.

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