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Where are you buying Retin A from online now?

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bsouthe1
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Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:28 am      Reply with quote
@Treatlkr---yes I just found out about those facebook sites, too. Just ordered some from someone out of Thailand.
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Sat Oct 14, 2017 1:27 pm      Reply with quote
Can anyone explain? why there is such a big price difference for the same product Retino A Cream - .05% (20gm)
(sorry i cant use links):

alldaychemist - $5 for 1 tube
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canada-pharmacy-24h - $17 for 1 tube

isn't that crazy?
is alldaychemist reliable website to order?
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Thu Oct 19, 2017 7:40 pm      Reply with quote
Hey party people how are you? Has anyone actually used a Visa gift card to purchase from All Day Chemist?

I sent them a message, but was curious to know if any of you lovely people have tried it?

Thanks! Smile
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Sat Oct 21, 2017 9:11 am      Reply with quote
SkinCareJunkie wrote:
Hey party people how are you? Has anyone actually used a Visa gift card to purchase from All Day Chemist?

I sent them a message, but was curious to know if any of you lovely people have tried it?

Thanks! Smile


Many (maybe all?) of the visa gift cards bought in the US no longer allow you to purchase internationally. The transaction gets declined if you order from a company outside the US. It should be stated in the small print on the card whether you can use it to purchase from companies outside the US.
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Sun Oct 22, 2017 9:30 pm      Reply with quote
Hi ShastaGirl!

Thanks very much for your reply! That's a real bummer, I really wish they took PayPal.

One of my relatives said I could use their Visa, but I don't feel comfortable since some people have had issues with their website.

I looked at the link someone had provided from Facebook, they're selling Retin-A from Taiwan. I searched Google to see if I could find reviews about Retin-A from Taiwan, but didn't find too much information.

So maybe I'm stuck buying it from Canada for $53 dollars a tube, I guess that's better than $293 dollars they want from Walmart. Laughing



ShastaGirl wrote:
SkinCareJunkie wrote:
Hey party people how are you? Has anyone actually used a Visa gift card to purchase from All Day Chemist?

I sent them a message, but was curious to know if any of you lovely people have tried it?

Thanks! Smile


Many (maybe all?) of the visa gift cards bought in the US no longer allow you to purchase internationally. The transaction gets declined if you order from a company outside the US. It should be stated in the small print on the card whether you can use it to purchase from companies outside the US.
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Fri Oct 27, 2017 4:12 pm      Reply with quote
I have been shopping at ADC for years. I used to use my debit card and never had a problem with it. Lately,though, I've been paying by electronic check and that works fine as well.
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Tue Feb 27, 2018 12:05 pm      Reply with quote
Not worthwhile starting another thread on the same subject, so...

I've been looking to buy Retin-A (to the UK, preferably Cream, 0.05%). Does anyone have suggestions for the best price/supplier? I can see ADC sometimes has free shipping offers, so I may hang on for that.

On the subject of Alldaychemist, I ordered from them waaaay back (probably around 2010-ish) by Debit Card, and not long after had weird mobile phone transactions on my card.

You could suggest I've probably done something dodgy elsewhere, but it was a hardly-used account so it looked mightily suspicious (EDS comments at the time confirmed this). I'm pretty well-informed on PC security and careful where I browse/which emails I open.

After that I ordered by bank transfer (my bank were concerned, and wanted me to confirm who/where/why) so it put me off ordering since.

Also, I can see on ebay and other places, there are Janssen (owned by Johnson & Johnson) creams called "ProSkin Pro Retinol-A Cream" (?). The packaging is very like Retin-A. Weirdly, I can't see it on their global website
http://www.janssen.com/products

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Some images say "Non-prescription" so I guess that's a clue! Razz

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Wed Feb 28, 2018 5:48 pm      Reply with quote
Just spotted one called allmedicationsonline https://allmedicationsonline.com/ which seems to pass the https://www.virustotal.com test.

Seems to be very competitive prices for Retin-A and Tazarotene. Anyone heard of this one?

Not sure of their shipping costs but I need to do a bit more digging to determine if they're worth trying.

Though, this says "new site without feedback" https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/allmedicationsonline.com which is making me have doubts.

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Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:26 am      Reply with quote
Will be hopping back on the Obagi bandwagon soon, so would also like to know a great place to buy that delivers to the UK.
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Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:27 am      Reply with quote
ljk wrote:
Just spotted one called allmedicationsonline https://allmedicationsonline.com/ which seems to pass the https://www.virustotal.com test.

Seems to be very competitive prices for Retin-A and Tazarotene. Anyone heard of this one?

Not sure of their shipping costs but I need to do a bit more digging to determine if they're worth trying.

Though, this says "new site without feedback" https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/allmedicationsonline.com which is making me have doubts.


Will be hopping back on the Obagi bandwagon soon, so would also like to know a great place to buy that delivers to the UK.
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