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    Default Retin-A $19.99

    Selling Retin-A. I am working in Thailnd for a bit and can get it so cheap here. I was selling it on Ebay but it is not allowed anymore (my feedback is still there for reference). I can sell it for $19.99 and $3 shipping. I sold several and have a Paypal account. My email is michelerhartman@gmail.com

    This is from a pharmacy. 0.25% or .05% Cream 20 G (large size tube)

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    I can recommend a reputable pharmacy (Retin-A) - onlinecheappills.com Good price and quality.
    P.S. 5% discount coupon code: 4y3g6f4k

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    **Francisco Gardrer** Male

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    Thats crazy you dont get retin a for so cheap. I get it for $41. It also depends on the laboratory!

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    Anyone who buys anything outside of a reputable business/site is stupid!!

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    urghhhhhhhhhh can we stop trying to flog our rubbish on this site please! I know times are tough but seriously, it's getting annoying! this is a site for help and advice, not to throw products in people's faces!
    Skin is my passion.

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    True it is annoying!

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    **Richard Medblock** Male

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    Why is it stupid? The high cost of health insurance is even more stupid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepsimax View Post
    Anyone who buys anything outside of a reputable business/site is stupid!!

    Why is it stupid? The high cost of health insurance is even more stupid!

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    It is stupid because you have no guarantee on receiving the goods. If you buy through a reputable site/company you have assurance that the item you buy will arrive or you are covered in the event of it going astray in the mail.
    Buying from a stranger on their word does not guarantee delivery of item. Its basic common sense.

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    Live in the UK so wouldn't know!
    Skin is my passion.


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