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SkinMedica Prescription Products

Discussion in 'SkinMedica' started by Anonymous, Jan 16, 2014 at 4:38 PM.

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  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Can someone tell me the prescription products that SkinMedica sells? I know Vaniqa, but are there any others?
     

  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Hell no! We have products that have no pharmaceutical ingredients and we charge hundreds per ounce! And the best thing is, NONE OF THEM WORK! These poor women that buy our stuff are being taken advantage of. I hate myself for having to sell this stuff.
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    How sad that you sell something you don't think works! Quite frankly I don't sell it but I wish I did. My skin has never looked so good after skin medica
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Come one, I'm looking for serious answers here. I know everyone on here probably hates the company they work for, but does SkinMedica produce other prescription products? I have researched that they used to market Desonate, NeoBenz Micro, and Epiquin Micro, but do they still do this?
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    You are the perfect example of what the poster was talking about. It's nice you find SM products make your skin "look" better. I'm sure it does. However, if you knew what to look for in Walgreens OTC skin care isle, you could buy the same exact thing to make your skin look as good as it does with your $1000 worth of extravagant packaged sm product for $50! Its a scam that desperate unsuspecting women who are in total denial but into hook line and sinker! There is no fountain of youth but SM preys on those of you who want to believe there is and believe the more you pay the better it works! I appreciate it! I have a great new house and two new cars so buy away!!
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    sorry, this is not pharma. We actually retail products out of the physicians office. SKM does not promote Epiquin any longer which was an RX product but the doctor retailed the product out of their office. They do the same thing with Latisse and Vaniqua is only written by the doctors and not sold out of their offices any more. No RX products here to get signatures for. It is retail out of the office. You sell product to the doctor and they sell it to you. Get it? No RX products to sample or get signatures. PRODUCT SALES!!!!!! Company sucks and you should not pursue a career. Toxic, hostile environment. I am not an ex employee but I am a misersble current employee still stuck in this hell hole.
     
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    What otc product equates to TNS? the other products? Lost my job, and would like to still be able to keep my skin looking good!