It’s the beginning of the new school year, which means new classes, new friends and new stresses, but with great deals on Simple, Noxzema and St. Ives at Target, you’ll be prepared to tackle those annoying breakouts!
Luckily Target has you covered! Not only for school supplies but also the necessities for a back-to-school skin care regime.
St. Ives® Apricot Fresh Scrub: I have personally been using St. Ives Apricot Fresh Scrub now since high school. It was the first exfoliator I ever tried out and one I go back to time and time again. I use it mainly because it leaves my skin bright and more even toned, it’s oil free (I have oily skin, so I don’t need MORE oil), it has 100% natural exfoliants and it’s non-comedogenic.
Simple® Micellar Water Wipes: Simple® Micellar Water is a staple in my house and I’ve gone through about 6 bottles of this stuff since I discovered it earlier this year. I use this on cotton pads to gently cleanse and hydrate my skin. It is enriched with minerals and multivitamins and it doesn’t need to be rinsed off. It’s also a great makeup remover!
Noxzema® Moisturizing Cleansing Cream Classic Clean: This may just be the brand that 80% of teens start off with for basic skincare! Noxzema® Moisturizing Cleansing Cream Classic Clean reaches deep into pores to remove dirt and oil, leaving your skin soft and smooth. It deep cleans with added moisturizers as well!
Ready to get a move on those back to school savings? Save 5% at Target with the following Cartwheel offers!
Get $3 off Simple, Noxzema, St. Ives and Ponds when you spend $9. Offer valid 7/26/15-8/22/15
Unilever has graciously offered a Simple Micellar Water & Simple Micellar Wipes prize pack to one lucky reader!
Open to residents of the U.S. & must be 18 years or older to enter.
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