Printable Coupons: Aveeno, RoC, Lubriderm and More

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Great news you guys!  The Johnson and Johnson $10/$30 rebate offer is available again on There are also now a lot of manufacturer coupons to go with this rebate. Here’s the list for all the coupons available. I am particularly excited about the $2/1 Aveeno baby coupon but the $2/1 Aveeno coupon should also make the small tube of moisturizing cream very cheap.

* $2/1 Aveeno Body or Baby Product
* $2/1 Aveeno Facial Care
* $2.50/1 Aveeno Nourish Hair Care
* $3/1 Roc Skin Care
* $2/1 Clean & Clear Product (any)
* B1G1 Free Clean & Clear Blackhead Eraser Kit/Refill
* $2/1 Purpose Skin Care
* $2/1 AMBI Skin Care
* $2/1 Lubriderm Body Lotion

Click here to print these coupons.  To see all of these coupons at once click on the left side where it says: “Beauty Care Savings Center.”  I got a lot of emails and comment from readers who had missed out on printing this rebate offer before. Don’t miss out this time.

Please note that the purchase period for this rebate doesn’t start until 1/10/10. Thanks Kristins!

Thanks Stretching a Buck!

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  • Renee S.

    I’m not able to pull up the link to print coupons. Could you please check the link, Mercedes?

    • Hi Renee,

      I just tried both and they both worked for me. You can also click on the blue square on the right side bar.


  • Kristins L.

    My rebate form said purchase between Jan 10 – Feb 5 2010. I almost made the purchase today untill I read that. Just wanted everyone to read theirs first.

  • Teresa

    The rebate indicates “receipt” so do you believe the $30 needs to be made in one purchase?

  • Lisa

    Hi, I think Rite Aid is going to have some in ad coupons starting this week that will make these items even cheaper. Might be worth waiting for that.

  • meckinzie

    I have misplaced my rebate…oh no…can’t find it…is it gone now?

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