(Generic name: Tretinoin)
Q: Do you sell brand Retin-A or generic Retin-A?
A: We sell generic Retin-A ( tretinoin ) only.
Q: What does Generic Retin-A stand for?
A: Generic Retin-A means using a different name for the same ingredient ( tretinoin ) . The content of the pills are absolutely the same in our generic version of Retin-A and the branded Retin-A.
Q: Why is your Retin-A pills so cheap?
A: There are a number of reasons for that. We do not spend anything on Retin-A marketing, there are no taxes to be paid as the product come into the country unregistered, the generic Retin-A manufacturer is located in an offshore zone and the Retin-A costs are way lower. No child labor is used.
Q: Why does the tretinoin printed on the pill differ from the branded Retin-A one?
A: The name tretinoin you see printed on the pill in the active ingredient ( tretinoin ) used here. The contents of the generic pills are absolutely the same as those of the branded version Retin-A. The difference is in the name only. The manufacturers of generic Retin-A cannot use the brand name Retin-A on their pharmaceuticals as that would be the breach of copyright while using the well known ingredient tretinoin is absolutely legal.
Q: Are the Retin-A you offer FDA approved?
A: The Retin-A we sell are shipped from overseas pharmacies. All of them are approved by local Food and Drug Administration and EEC.