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Does Dr. Hauschka skincare ever go on sale?
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Saturday, September 6, 2008 at 12:25 AM (Pacific)

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The short answer is yes, I do believe it does, but the only place I've ever heard of discounting Hauschka is Whole Foods. Once in a while they'll put it on sale.

I've found the far better solution is to use less of the stuff. lol Seriously--who says you have to use every item in the regimen? that each item works only when used with all the other items? It's well to pick it apart and see which items you really need.

Take the Cleansing Cream. I use this myself. If I did it the way they say to do it...take half an inch of the stuff at a pop...I'd go through the tube in a New York minute. This amount is not necessary imo. I use a pea-sized blob and massage it using one hand.

The Cleansing Milk is the other Hauschka product I use--only at night. Again I use just enough to pump will do it, or a bit more...and one hand. I don't need to clean my hands with this stuff, just my face!

All of that said, I've been more than happy with Hauschka. Typically I'm the last person to contemplate spendy skincare. I've calculated the cost for Cleansing Cream and Cleansing Milk--used in this stingy fashion--to be $60 every five months, or $12 per month.

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