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Maria, 31:

I spent six months in misery with the acne getting worse and then tried Accutane. Amazing! My skin was clear after just three weeks.

Mark, 19:

I had these terrible nodules. I just could not face school. Accutane saved my life and now I’m working my GPA back up again.

Laura, 26:

Buying online beats the iPledge so I got the relief without compromising my beliefs on contraception. My acne’s gone. Praise the Lord!


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Why buy online?

The answer always comes back to prices. Because the recommended international pharmacies are centralized and supply drugs to tens of thousands of people around the world, their buying power is strong. They get the maximum discounts from the pharmaceutical manufacturers. Their overheads are lower. The strength of the US dollar also gives you an advantage when those pharmacies are based in foreign countries.

Put all these together and you get prices far lower than wholesalers could get in the US. Even when you add in the cost of shipping, you still save money.

How do you buy online?

It is so much more inconvenient to buy your drugs online. Placing your order, you just apply for your drugs. The pharmacist has different questionnaires depending on what you need. If the drugs are appropriate for your medical condition and your medical history shows it will be safe for you to take the drug, the pharmacist issues the prescription and supplies the drugs. This is an essential protection to ensure your safety.

What is Isotretinoin?

Everyone knows the brand name Accutane. The marketers have done their work well. The generic version of the drug is sold as Isotretinoin — the scientific name for the active ingredient in the drug. Even though the names may change: Accutane, Isotretinoin or “Generic Accutane”, the drug remains the same. The FDA only permits the sale of bioequivalent drugs, i.e. they are equally effective and safe.

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