Johnson & Johnson Coupons Help Feed America

Wouldn’t it be great if you could save money and help others at the same time? With coupons from the  Healthy Essentials coupon flyer (from the January 8 paper) you can. While you clip those coupons and save money on your favorite Johnson & Johnson products you will also be helping to Feed America. For every J&J coupon redeemed by January 15 one meal, up to 1,000,000 meals, will be donated to FEEDING AMERICA. How cool is that?

What? You didn’t save the coupons from the paper (we will have a conversation later about how couponing can save you money), don’t worry you can also print coupons online. At you will find $117 worth of coupons. So go ahead, browse the coupons and then check your cabinets to see which J&J products you need to replenish. Might as well stock up while your coupon can do some good! (Remember, while the coupons are good for a while, a donation to FEEDING AMERICA will only be made for coupons redeemed by January 15.)

Plus, save those receipts. If you spend $50 or more on J&J products, you can send in your receipts and receive a coupon book with an additional $46 of savings.

I was sent a box of Johnson and Johnson goodies, all of which you can find coupons for in the Health Essentials flyer, including some of our favorites and a couple of new ones to try. We haven’t yet tried out the Splenda or the Listerine, but here are my thoughts on the other great products I was sent.

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When K saw the box of J&J products, she was most excited to see, “PINK LOTION!” Otherwise known as Johnson’s Baby Lotion. Yes, it is a staple in our house because I love the smell and K loves that it is pink. I was happy to see on the product description that Johnson’s  Baby Lotion “can be used to “baby” adult skin, too” because K is far past the baby stage when most people use this lotion but she still prefers pink lotion to any “white” lotion I offer.

One of the coolest products included in my box were these new Band-Aids by Cynthia Rowley. In our house BAND-AIDs come in two forms — Disney Princess and plain. Now mommy has some fancy Band-Aids of her own to wear. (Although I always hope to avoid any need for Band-Aids.)

Having been under the weather now for nine days (and counting) with the flu, I have become dehydrated and my poor hands chapped from washing them after couple minutes. So I was excited to put the Neautrogena Hand Cream to the test. The thick cream feels so nice on my hands that I will probably use most of the tube before the flu is over. Since it does have a light “girly” scent I don’t think I will able to get my hubby to use it on his notoriously dry hands.

And finally, the Aveeno daily moisturizer. What more can I say about this lotion other than it has been my go-to, daily lotion for the past… 15+ years.

So there you have it, some of my favorite Johnson & Johnson products. What J&J products will you be shopping for with your coupons to Feed America?

Disclosure – I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies and received products to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

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