Anyone who reads my blogs or visits my website, www.skincaresolutionsbyandrea.com knows, that the only products I sell, are cosmeceutical/pharmaceutical in origin. Further more they all come out from an authorized dermatology office, where I work as an aesthetician as well. We order our products through the representatives of the various skincare products companies.( I emphasize this on my website all the time.)
We keep the products at the recommended temperature and they are stored properly. If anyone develops a problem, the company stands behind the products, and fully reimburses the patient.
As an authorized office and website, we get special deals from the manufacturers from time to time and we pass the saving down to the clients.
What happens when some one buys on line from a questionable site? How does any one know if the product is the real one, not expired or stored properly? If it’s rancid, how easy to return it? Do you get your money back?
When something is too good to be true, it often is. When a products sells below whole sale price, it is kind of fishy..
SkinMedica, Skinceuticals sends out letters regularly to their accounts, warning them about non authorized sites. They are not only doing this to warn us, but mainly to protect the consumers. Kinerase Pro Plus Therapy is adding tracking code to the packaging, and won’t be available on any website anymore.
Please be careful and do your home work before you buy these pharmaceutical products.