Amazon Mountain Falls Brand Personal Care Items

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Ever wondered about Amazon and their private labels? There may be more out there than you think. For example, Mountain Falls is an Amazon brand that directly copies some of the most popular body washes, lotions, and shampoos (they also randomly have laundry detergent, but that’s for another day). We’ll help you shop from the comfort of your couch, but be warned about one thing- Amazon does not offer a lot of variety in product size. You may find that some products are only available in multi-packs and some are completely sold out. We hope Amazon sorts through their product distribution soon so size doesn’t matter… we know…

Clean & Clear Persa-Gel 10 vs. Mountain Falls 10% Benzoyl Peroxide Acne Treatment

Similarity Score: 97%

All testers agreed they couldn't tell the difference in this comparison. You're safe to switch to Mountain Falls when unwanted acne appears. Buy Our Pick

Clean & Clear Essentials Deep Cleaning Astringent vs. Mountain Falls Oil Fighting Astringent

Similarity Score: 93%

Great dupe alert! We found these products very similar! We do think Clean & Clear delivers slightly more tingle, but we think this product is close enough to switch and save. Buy Here

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Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser vs. Mountain Falls Gentle Skin Cleanser

Similarity Score: 91%

We think this is a really solid dupe from Amazon's Mountain Falls! It is gentle, and free of dyes and perfumes. Plus, it comes in a smaller bottle (in between the large and travel sizes) option which is nice for those who find the Cetaphil kind of clunky.

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Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe vs. Mountain Falls Moisture Care Body Lotion

Similarity Score: 90%

Testers thought these were very similar and all would switch to save! One reviewer commented that Vaseline is slightly thicker, but we don't think it's a big enough difference to miss out on savings. Buy Our Pick

Nivea Essentially Enriched Body vs. Mountain Falls Essentially Nourished Daily Lotion

Similarity Score: 89%

Testers felt these had similar consistencies and agreed both lotions smell like sunscreen, but Mountain Falls has a slightly stronger scent than Nivea. They would switch to save! Buy Here

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Neutrogena Oil Free Acne Wash vs. Mountain Falls Oil Free Acne Wash

Similarity Score: 89%

We found these products to be very similar in smell and feel on skin! We think Mountain Falls is a little thinner, but we got a better lather with it. Consider switching to save! Buy Here

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TRESemme Luxurious Moisture Shampoo vs. Mountain Falls Moisture Luxury Shampoo

Similarity Score: 89%

We thought these were very similar and would recommend switching to save. The smell is spot-on and the creaminess comes pretty close to the name brand. Buy Our Pick

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Dr. Teal’s Pure Epsom Salt Soaking Solution vs. Mountain Falls Lavender Scented Epsom Salts

Similarity Score: 86%

The store brand has a stronger lavender smell than the name brand. With that being the only real difference between the two, we recommend making the switch to Mountain Falls.

Noxzema Classic Clean Deep Cleansing Cream vs. Mountain Falls Skin Cream

Similarity Score: 86%

Our testers think these have very similar, super creamy textures. They both have eucalyptus which affects the smell and feel. Mountain Falls has a stronger eucalyptus smell, and delivers slightly more tingle. Purchase Our Pick

Dial Coconut Water Hydrating Body Wash vs. Mountain Falls Body Wash with Coconut Water

Similarity Score: 85%

We thought these smelled and function similarly. One tester said the Mountain Falls is a little thicker, but she doesn't think you'd be able to tell unless you were putting the two to an intense side-by-side test... like we do at Brandefy! Buy Our Pick

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Eucerin Intensive Repair Lotion vs. Mountain Falls Severe Dry Skin Care Lotion

Similarity Score: 85%

These two lotions seem to be very similar in comparison. Mountain falls has a slightly thicker texture and is truly fragrance free. We recommend making the switch. Purchase Here

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TRESemme Touchable Softness Conditioner vs. Mountain Falls Soft & Sleek Conditioner

Similarity Score: 83%

We found these conditioners very similar in terms of smell, but Mountain Falls was a little more watery. We preferred the creaminess of the TRESemme conditioner.

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Clean & Clear Continuous Control Acne Cleanser vs. Mountain Falls Daily Active Acne Control Cleanser

Similarity Score: 84%

Testers think these are similar products with the exception of consistency- Mountain Falls is a little gummy, while Clean and Clear is light and creamy. If you are going to switch to save, we recommend making sure you thoroughly rinse the face wash off after use so it doesn't leave a layer of film.

Gold Bond Ultimate Healing Skin Therapy Lotion Vs. Mountain Falls Ultra Restoring Skin Therapy Lotion

Similarity Score: 83%

Testers agreed they would switch to save- they thought Gold Bond was a little thicker than Mt. Falls, but one tester thought it was too thick and took too long to rub in. We liked that Mt. Falls was thick, but didn't sit on the skin. Buy Our Pick

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Dove Go Fresh Pomegranate and Lemon Verbena Body Wash vs. Mountain Falls Lemon Verbena and Pomegranate Body Wash

Similarity Score: 82%

We thought these were fairly similar, with the exception of consistency. Dove gave us a more creamy lather, and we liked those moisturizing properties. If you like this wash for the scent, Mountain Falls is pretty spot-on. Buy Here

Eucerin Skin Calming Cream vs. Mountain Falls Soothing Cream Moisturizer

Similarity Score: 82%

Testers noticed that the name brand had a slightly thicker consistency, but overall these products seem very similar. We are confident in our recommendation to switch to save. Buy Here

Lubriderm Advanced Therapy Lotion vs. Mountain Falls Extra Dry Skin Lotion

Similarity Score: 80%

All testers would switch to save. We did think Lubriderm was slightly more creamy, but not enough to make a huge difference. Check it Out Here

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Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion vs. Mountain Falls Daily Moisturizing Lotion

Similarity Score: 80%

We found these lotions very similar and would switch to save! The only slight difference to note is Mountain Falls smells slightly sweeter than Aveeno. Buy Our Pick

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Johnson’s Head to Toe Wash and Shampoo vs. Mountain Falls Baby Hair & Body Wash

Similarity Score 78%

We think this is a close match in terms of feel, but certainly not in terms of smell. Johnson's has a faint floral smell, of a nice bath time soap. One tester said Mountain Falls' smell reminded her of chemicals. Buy Johnson’s Here

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Eucerin Original Healing Cream vs. Mountain Falls Dry Skin Cream

Similarity Score: 78%

Testers agreed they would switch to save, they thought both lotions were extremely thick and had a minimal smell to them. One tester preferred the Mountain Falls consistency because she felt Eucerin was too thick and almost gummy. Buy Our Pick

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Garnier Blackhead Eliminating Scrub vs. Mountain Falls Exfoliating Charcoal Scrub

Similarity Score: 77%

If you are looking for a once a week scrub that has a lot of 'grit' to work at your pores, we recommend sticking with Garnier. We thought Garnier felt grittier and like a true scrub. If you want something a little less harsh to use a couple of times a week, we liked the Mountain Falls version and thought its texture was a little easier on the skin. Plus, it has the same concentration of salicylic acid as the Garnier scrub has. Get Garnier Here

Coppertone Sport Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 vs. Mountain Falls Ultra Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30

Similarity Score: 77%

Testers came to a draw in this comparison. If you prefer a thicker sunscreen then you're better off with the name brand. However, if you don't mind a slightly stronger sunscreen scent and creamier consistency, you're safe with Mountain Falls. Get Coppertone Here

Aveeno Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream vs. Mountain Falls Eczema Soothing Moisturizing Cream

Similarity Score: 77%

We wanted to like this dupe, but just couldn't do it! We think the Mountain Falls lotion smells strongly of alcohol- yuck! Buy Our Pick

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Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Body Wash vs. Mountain Falls Everyday Moisture Body Wash

Similarity Score: 76%

We thought Mountain Falls got close to Aveeno- but just missed the mark. It was a little less moisturizing on the skin and while it smelled great in the bottle, that fresh scent didn't stick around for the washing. Buy Here

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Cetaphil Unscented Moisturizing Lotion vs. Mountain Falls Daily Moisturizing Lotion

Similarity Score: 75%

Testers agreed these are very close in comparison. With only very slight differences in texture and smell, we confidently recommend making the switch!

Lubriderm Daily Moisture Lotion vs. Mountain Falls Dry Skin Lotion

Similarity Score: 75%

All testers agreed the Mountain Falls lotion is a little more watery. Other than that, we thought these lotions were similar across smell and feel on skin. Buy Here

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Dove Purely Pampering Coconut Milk with Jasmine vs. Mountain Falls Coconut Milk and Jasmine Body Wash

Similarity Score: 73%

We thought the Mountain Falls version smelled sickly sweet, and one tester likened the smell to candy. We also noticed that Mountain Falls gets a little clumpy when trying to lather- not so great! Get Our Pick

Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream vs. Mountain Falls Skin Cream

Similarity Score: 70%

Testers would NOT switch to Mountain Falls because they thought the texture was funky. One even commented it reminded her of cooking grease. Another long time Cetaphil user said that Mountain Falls was 'grainy,'

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