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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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There are some great new personal care coupons out there, from high-value Advil to Mederma (it’s back!) & more. Click below to save!

Personal Care Printable Coupons

$2 off Advil Congestion Relief product printable
$2 off Advil Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus printable
$1 off Children’s Advil product printable
$1 off L’Oreal Paris skincare product, excl trial sizes printable
$4 off Mederma Stretch Marks therapy printable
$1 off Robitussin product printable

This is just the tips of the iceberg!  Check the Database for more ways to save.

    • Cindy

      I can’t seem to find the coupon for Merdema.  Do I need a specific zip code or is it gone already?  Thanks!

      • Jessica

        I used zip code 37042 and found it. Hope this helps :)

      • Lrae17

        This about 13 hours since your post. Hope you’ve found it by now, but if not, I just now printed it 03110.

        Here’s to all of us trying restore our weird looking streched skin!  ;)

    • GA Mommy

      How much does Mederma usually cost? I definately could use some to help with my stretch marks I have from my pregnancy!

    • katie

      Does Mederma really work? Anyone use it out there and care to give me a review?

      • heaya

        Mederma does work but it’s quite pricey, even with a $4 coupon. There is a CVS version that works just as well, sometimes it’s cheaper in store, but sometimes it’s cheaper on the website. I’m about to try another brand new-skin scar fade, supposed to not have the funny smells that most of these scar gels have. The biggest thing to note with these gels/creams is that they do expire, so make sure you get stuff that isn’t expired, especially if you’re buying it online. None of them are miracles, and some are supposed to work faster than others.  You have to be diligent about applying it at least 2 times a day, and they work better on new scars than on old, but you should notice some difference and improvement on older scars. Typically it’s instructed you use it for at least 3-6 months to notice an improvement on older scars, but with newer ones it works best. My personal experience has been using it on my face, about to try the new stuff on my post-pregnancy (literally 2 days after I left the hospital) stretch marks. On my face, I started getting some adult acne, like the bad cystic kind that leaves a mark every time, after I STOPPED breastfeeding. So I think a combination of my  hormones being all out of whack made me get the acne, and since I’ve been very consistent with my facial regime it’s alot better, but the gels have helped with the dark marks, making most of them barely noticeable. It’s even helped make them stop reoccurring. HTH

      • DC in Sparkle City

        Mederma works great if you are consitent about applying it. My husband had a skin graft taken from his thigh and it looked awful. The scar covered his whole thigh length and width. He applied Mederma once a day for a couple of months and now you can’t even see a scar!! It is expensive but it is your skin and you wear it every day