Meladerm is one of the most popular skin lightening products available today that contains only naturally derived ingredients. With increasing popularity of the product, many people are asking if you can buy Meladerm in stores for convenience. Understandably, sometimes you want to just be able to see and feel a product before committing to making a purchase.
The quick answer to the question is no, you cannot buy Meladerm in stores although Civant Skin Care (the company that manufactures Meladerm) say that it is available in select beauty spas and medical offices. The easiest way to get this product quickly is to buy online and if you’re in a rush to get your hands on it, the priority shipping option will have it with you within a few days if you are US based. International shoppers will have to wait a little longer, however. Although the Civant website says that international delivery could take up to 6 weeks, most customers get their orders within about 2 weeks and again, there is a priority shipping option for faster delivery. To save on shipping costs, you can buy a larger bottle to avoid a repeat order. The 50ml bottle costs $49.99 and the 100ml bottle is $79.99 so you are not only saving on the shipping but on the product itself as well.
Money Back Guarantee
Meladerm offer a 30 day money-back guarantee so you can get to see and feel the product before committing to keeping it. If you do not like the product, just return the unused portion and you’ll be entitled to a full refund. It is important to note that this guarantee only applies if you bought the product online through the Civant site and not via eBay or in a store. This is one of the best money-back guarantees around for a product of this type as 30 days is long enough to begin to see results if you’re using the product as directed.
In countries where hydroquinone is banned such as South Africa, the UK and many other parts of Europe, rest assured that you can buy Meladerm without having any problems with customs because it contains absolutely no hydroquinone or any other harmful or banned ingredients.