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*Expired* Try ApotheCARE Hair Care at CVS

by Freebies4Mom on March 4, 2019 2:01 pm


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It’s fun to experiment and try new products to help us look our best! I wanted to share this deal to try ApotheCARE Essentials hair care and get $10 ExtraBucks with your $20+ ApotheCARE purchase from CVS when you use your CVS ExtraCare card (from March 3 – 9). I think you’ll love trying ApotheCARE Essentials because of their unique ingredients inspired by nature. And of course this is an awesome deal because it’s like getting to try ApotheCARE for only half the price!

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I tried ApotheCARE Essentials Rosehip shampoo and conditioner to give my fine hair more body. I loved the geranium scent and it made for a truly luxurious experience. Its unique formula made with rosehip oil, steam-distilled geranium and concentrated aloe vera makes it a real treat for your hair that pampers while adding body. If you love natural beauty products too, then I encourage you to try ApotheCARE from CVS. You’ll feel good about trying this haircare with no sulfates, parabens, dyes or silicones to create a wonderful natural beauty experience.

CVS also carries ApotheCARE Essentials Vanila/Argan Oil cleansing conditioner which is great for dry hair and smells like vanilla and orchid.

Take your ExtraCare card to your local CVS so you can pick-up this deal too! Use your $10 ExtraBucks Rewards to pick up some new beauty products to try! I love shopping at CVS because it’s so convenient to stop there while I’m running my other errands.

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Disclosure: ExtraBucks® Rewards offer limit of ONE (1) per household with card

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