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Free Neutrogena Make-up Remover Wipes at Target!

Neutrogena Make-up Remover wipes are regularly priced at $1.97. You can find these located in the cosmetic aisle next to the Neutrogena makeup. Use a printable coupon and pay nothing for a pack of makeup remover wipes! I picked up some of these wipes this morning, and the coupon scanned perfectly!



Neutrogena Make-up Remover Wipes, 7 ct $1.97, regular  price
Use $2.00/1 – Neutrogena Cosmetic Product, one coupon per person – (
Final Price: Free 


Thanks, Reader Kellylynn18!

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33 thoughts on “Free Neutrogena Make-up Remover Wipes at Target!”

  1. toyentsmaria says:

    I’ve seen these at walmart before and for the same price too. If you don’t have a target like I do walmart always works too.

  2. Agnes Jackson says:

    Yes,I had problems scanning it. They said the item has to be over $2. I will try at a different Target though next time.

  3. tee22 says:

    niether did mine. or walmart. uuugh.

  4. carmen says:

    Ladies, I seem to have an overwhelming collection of coupon packets, I separate them by dates and type, like redplum and smartsource. At what time do you start purging? I would find it tedious to go through each packet just to check the expiration dates. Any better way of streamlining?

    Thanks a bunch

    Happy couponing

    • Mrs. Waller says:

      I try to purge at least once monthly. It also helps me to keep a print out of each set of inserts with the dates of each coupon listed to avoid having to go through each page of every insert when purging. When I go through my list of what is included in a particular insert, if they’re all expired, I toss them. HTH and I hope it makes sense! :-) Oh! I print my lists from Sunday coupon previews the week before the inserts come out.

  5. Jr says:

    I tried to use this coupon at Walmart, but it didn’t scan correctly so I was unable to get it. But, I know my local Target does sell them so I’ll have to stop buy there! Has anyone else had a scanning problem?

  6. amymartin04 says:

    The Facial Bar is also $1.97 and you can get a FREE wristlet while supplies last when you buy 2. I got them for FREE but they were out of wristlets

  7. KayKay says:

    coupon is over

  8. iraniadonis says:

    Did you pick the 2$ off cosmetic product?

  9. JSSMommy says:

    What about the $3.50/2 newspaper coupon from RP 7/28? It says “acne, CLEANSING, or facial moisture treatment products” It would make both 50 cent. Someone please correct me if I’m wrong..

    • KillerKittyKat007 says:

      The ones in the post are only 7 ct, so just be sure the coupon doesn’t exclude trial or travel.

  10. Jessicaln says:

    WOW it already says that this coupon is gone!

    • emkat13 says:

      guess I got in right on time. But was only able to print 1.

    • Jessicaln says:

      I so bummed! I use make up removing wipes daily! I have missed out on the last few months of great deal/freebies on face wipes due to missing the coupon or not getting the right one in my newspaper! It kills me that I have to get these at full price!

      • spoiledwife2005 says:

        I have the opposite problem. I have over 30 packs of makeup remover wipes and each pack has 25. I always stock up on them when they are on sale.

      • Lisa Webster says:

        Do you shop cvs? I get tons of cvs brand make-up remover wipes free and sometimes after ecbs and beauty club I am paid to buy them..

        • liz says:

          me too! CVS is the best!
          I don’t use those wipes to often but they are good to have. I like pond’s cold cream better.

    • Harcher0286 says:

      Yep. Same here.

    • lori says:

      I justed printed 2 coupons

  11. acl says:

    It should not be a problem I have used several that have the printed information in spanish and they scan, no problemo!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Wouldnt a 7 count be considered be trial sized?

  13. kayliepaige78908 says:

    What would you guys do if your coupon was in Spanish? When I received my inserts Sunday all the Neutrogena coupons were in Spanish.