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Where to buy cetaphil products in HK?

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    Where to buy cetaphil products in HK?

    I need cetaphil body moisturizer etc. Checked in Manning, Watson etc, but could not find any. So where can I buy cetaphil products in HK?

    There is a website. But it does show where to buy the products.

    Cetaphil


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    Try Fanda. Or call Galderma to find out 28240333.


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    yup, fanda sold it last time i was there.


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    Most of the small pharmacies in Causeway Bay sell Cetaphil (along with QV brand products etc)

    very surprised Mannings or Watsons dont--perhaps just the smaller branch you went to did not --try the larger Mannings/Watsons stores


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    Yeah, most independent pharmacies (look for the red and white Rx signs) will carry Cetaphil or something extremely similar.

    Watsons and Mannings pretty much suck for most things medicinal. They're better for shampoo and Hello Kitty toasters.


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    I've heard it doesn't work. Infact - it's not safe.


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    Yeah, those dodgy Hello Kitty toasters are real fire hazards.


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    How come? Different dermatologists recommended cetaphil to me

    Quote Originally Posted by Load Toad
    I've heard it doesn't work. Infact - it's not safe.

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    Watsons in Sai Kung town stock it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harp2800
    How come? Different dermatologists recommended cetaphil to me
    I'm just winding you up duck - recent studies have shown you might as well use any moisturisers n stuff for all the good they do.

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