SkinCeuticals products?

Why have you removed many of the references to Skinceuticals on your site? I'm looking for a good Vit C and no longer see your recommendations to Skinceuticals.

Funny you should ask that.  A couple of years ago, SkinCeuticals decided it would sell it’s products exclusively on it’s own website which made them harder to find for people.  Apparently, they were having trouble with unauthorized sites selling them at deep discounts.  We still carried them in our office and I still recommended some of them.  Now, they’ve changed their minds and you’ll see SkinCeuticals products on some of major online skin care retailers which makes them easier to get.  I was just in the process of adding them back to SkinTour.  You’ll see them back on our site again with recommendations in a couple of weeks. Dr. I

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