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Tretinoin Cream (Retin A)

(13 Posts)
Monadami Tue 17-Sep-13 14:27:07


Does anyone know where I can buy reasonably priced Tretinoin (Retin A) cream (not the Gel) from. I currently use the 0.1% strength but at £80 for a 20g tube from skincare clinics, it's just not affordable. There have been previous threads here, but the links no longer work.


Monadami Tue 17-Sep-13 21:20:18

Anyone :-(

MsBouvier Tue 17-Sep-13 21:24:38

Not tried it, but used other bits from there and they're good.

Monadami Tue 17-Sep-13 21:27:32

Thanks I'll take a look. :-)

jodywood Wed 12-Feb-14 11:41:10

You can buy it from here Tretinoin 0.025% CREAM 20g (3 tubes) cost just $67.50. This is where I buy my cream.

Newhere2 Wed 12-Feb-14 14:21:33

hi jody, do you use that one?

lardprao Wed 12-Feb-14 15:07:32

I bought a lot in Thailand last year but gave and sold most to friends. I still have some if you are interested. It is great stuff! pm if interested.

Fluffycloudland77 Wed 12-Feb-14 19:26:18

eBay, I bought it from a Thai seller.

KatieScarlett2833 Wed 12-Feb-14 19:27:41

eBay for about 6 quid, works a treat.

cresbella Fri 14-Feb-14 10:08:42

Which ebay seller do you guys use, there seem to be so many, would rather buy kn a reommendation.

princessalbert Fri 14-Feb-14 11:52:15

Is it the same as Differin?

I get it on prescription from the docs.

But you will need to have a spotty face to get it.

AndTwoBits Fri 14-Feb-14 15:44:35

I got mine on eBay from "b12online". No problem with their service whatsoever. Bought the 0.05% cream. Arrived swiftly.

lesathomas Thu 26-Oct-17 13:23:39

Hi, Retin A is one of the best prescriptions, and many skin experts will recommend to youngsters for acne. There are many good things about Retin A such as acne treatment and anti-aging skin care product. It is best to seek advice from with a local dermatologist to get started on the right strength for your skin type.

Thanks & Regards,

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