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Dawn Hand Renewal, Only $0.24 at Walgreens!

I drag my feet when it comes to washing the dishes. My complaint: it dries out my hands! (I can be a bit of a diva at times, right?) I’m really interested in trying this Dawn Hand Renewal Dishwashing Liquid. It seems to help moisturize hands while washing dishes! I guess it’s time for me to kiss that complaint goodbye!

Dawn With Olay Beauty Hand Renewal Dishwashing Liquid, 9 oz $0.99, sale price through 9/15
Use $0.75/1 Dawn Hand Renewal, Power Clean, Bleach Alternative or Oxi, excludes trial/travel size, limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 8/26 (exp 9/30)
Final Price: $0.24 

 

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13 thoughts on “Dawn Hand Renewal, Only $0.24 at Walgreens!”

  1. fragilePenny says:

    If dish soap dries out your hands, how come you don’t just use gloves or put them in the dishwasher?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I use this all the time, but can’t get to the hand lotion fast enough after doing dishes with it. It is a degreaser, so it does actually dry your skin, or at least it does mine.

  3. NENE says:

    WOOHOO.. ON MY WAY!!! I Have 4/$1 off coupons that expire this month.. TALK ABOUT A NOTCH ON THE MAMA HAPPY METER

  4. ale says:

    Where can i get the coupon?

  5. carley7073 says:

    Is your math right? I took a double look and see after the .75 it would be $1.25….

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s actually on sale this week for $0.99, like it says in the scenario. My Walgreens didn’t have the sale tag on the product, which is why my picture doesn’t have the price tagged as $0.99. It’s in the ad this week, though! So after the $0.75 coupon, it’s only $0.24!

      • julienmatthew12 says:

        Where do you see it in the ad at? On the back page I see the regular Dawn soap for .99, I guess this applies as well? You all haven’t failed me yet, I’m just wondering how you figure that kind of stuff out? I’m new to all of this, but like I said, you all haven’t failed me yet with the info!:)

    • Anonymous says:

      Says sale price is .99ea – .75/1 = .24
      I think you are getting confused by the price in the picture… that’s just a random snapshot of the product so you can have a visual of the item they are referring to.