Don't get some flipping across-the-border crap. You have NO guarantee that it isn't a fake product, and even if it isn't fake, you have NO guarantee that it isn't made in some sort of lead factory. :) I am a registered nurse and there is nothing wrong with purchasing medications from Mexico, no more so than purchasing them in Canada. You don't know what's in it, you don't know where it was manufactured, you have no idea under what guidelines it was manufactured, what kind of safety procedures were involved, whether or not it's pure..list goes on. If you want to use a retinoid treatment that is less expensive, sorry, but you're going to have to get a lower-strength product. Either use something you can buy or suck it up and pay the price if you're that worried about your wrinkles. Same stuff only cheaper and no prescription needed. They're still made by the same companies, the only difference being that in other countries big pharm companies aren't given carte blanche to price gouge and rape consumers. Strivectin makes a retinoid cream in various strengths. We've purchased Rx products from Mexico & had no issues. Now, I wouldn't buy via the Internet from Mexico & we always make sure to use a larger, reputable pharmacy. I am a skin therapist and I would highly recommend that you NOT use Retin A without seeing a doctor and getting a prescription. Drink plenty of water, properly remove your makeup nightly and apply and reapply SPF daily. As for obtaining meds over the internet, well, that's a separate issue..I have personally purchased meds in Mexico and have many patients who get their meds in Mexico (as well as several of the doctors I work with! It's a pretty big leap of hubris to start calling people idiots. Plus, we always double check to verify seals are intact. Those are your best defenses for preventing signs of premature aging sun damage. Infact, ORIGINALLY they were made for acne and clogged pores. They're used for everything from psoriasis, to hyper pigmentation, to lightening freckles, to skin texture and large pores. I am also a nurse and I get my retin a in Mexico or the Caribbean when I travel. A family member works for Dey Pharmacuticals & has been able to have a few items tested & all came back 100% as labeled. What vitamin A, synthetic or not, does is change cellular structure . The pharmacies are no different than he pharmacies here. My dermo said u could get it cheaper over the counter but not to do that because the over the counter stuff was hight strength and super drying for your skin, he gave us a bunch of cards that took the price down of the Rx stuff I didn't call her an idiot. The reason is you need an RX for Retin A is because it's STRONG. So while she may not need it for anti aging, there's a variety of reasons she may want to use it. Even with a crypt in the USA the cost is high because most plans do not cover it. It may cause burning, irritation, peeling, and other issues. I think the last script I got the cost would have been between $70-$90. Which contains buffered (time release) retinol and I've not had any of the burning or peeling I experienced with other retinol products and my skin really has drastically improved Believe me there wod b no name calling or racist remarks if we were face to like to c that happen. The next am after use, I rub a good oil into my face in a circular motion to remove any dead skin. I know it is strong, but can't understand why It's still prescription?? One daughter tends to get eczema and sensitive skin. I can tell you, they both look under 35 and I look 60ish.. So far the only product that is proven to help with wrinkles. Now that skincare involves trendy ingredients like gemstones and snail mucin, there’s a temptation to drop your traditional products for shiny new ones—but don’t forget that classics are labelled “classic” for a reason. Retinol is about as close to a skincare miracle as you can buy in a bottle, and the best retinol creams can work miracles on any skin type. There are a ton of advantages to retinol cream into your routine—even if you’re someone who turns red at the mere thought of touching your face. If you’re unfamiliar, New York City cosmetic dermatologist Sejal Shah, M. D., founder of Smarter Skin Dermatology, says, “Retinols are vitamin A derivatives that have been shown to boost collagen production, increase cell turnover, improve hyperpigmentation, brighten skin, and unclog pores. They can be used for a range of issues from acne to anti aging. Retinols do not require a prescription so are found in OTC products and tend to be weaker than prescription retinoids.” Despite the horror stories you may have heard about irritation, there’s likely a great retinol option out there for you.
What are the best websites to buy retin a micro. It doesn't help that the person who is hawking that site seems s/he registered yesterday and has only 1 post. What is the best brand for Retin A to buy. Retin A Cream seems to be the best value for money, and Retin A Micro. This site is protected by.