At Kiss Me Cosmetic Injectables, your safety is our main concern. Although we strive to offer you competitive pricing, we can’t compromise where the law states that it is illegal practice to import and dispense (inject) medications from overseas or beyond the borders of the United States. If we did break the law by doing this, your pricing could be as low as $7.00 per unit for Botox Cosmetic and $395.00 for Juvederm Ultra 3.
When you are offered these kinds of prices on an ongoing basis, you must, as a consumer, ask yourself if the savings is worth the risk. These products are not FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved and could be contaminated, stored improperly, and expired. The facility or individuals that inject them into your face are subject to fines, loss of licensure, and imprisonment.
The medications are packaged and labeled virtually the same as approved medications, and it’s nearly impossible for a patient to tell the difference between domestic and imported product. So, what can you do to ensure you are getting legal, FDA-approved medications? That’s a tough one because some practices register with Allergan US in Irvine, California (the manufacturer of Botox Cosmetic and Juvederm products) and order a small amount of FDA-approved medications so as to appear legitimate, yet they continue to order illegal Allergan medications from overseas to make more profit. As stated earlier in this blog, if the prices are too good to be true, it’s a red flag.
We can only promise to provide you with safe, approved legal injectables and we stake our reputation on it. At any time you may request the lot number and expiration date off of the bottles or syringes and call the FDA or Allergan US yourselves. By the way, these illegal practices are not limited to Botox and Juvederm products. Radiess and Belotero by Merz can be imported as well as many others.