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1 GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:28 am

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I have been looking to buy glytone in the uk( had a very bad experience ordering it from us Mad ) , i found a seller on ebay in the uk.
Thought this will of interest to some people on here Very Happy
sorry tried to post the link but i'm not a computer genius Laughing
the seller is a shop called oneplusonebeautystop.

2 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sat Jul 09, 2011 12:27 pm

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I saw that lisiting and that is way way expensive. Even ordering from the sates with the shipping added it is still much cheaper than that ebay listing. Sorry you had problems with your previous order. How are you finding the glytone?

3 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sun Jul 10, 2011 9:56 am

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hi,
yeahg is a little bit expensive, i love glytone , it is a very good lotion.
do you buy yours in us as well.

4 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Thu Jul 14, 2011 12:17 pm

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Yes I get mine from a US company because even with the international shipping no UK companys seem to be able to match their price. I think I worked it out to be about £15 a bottle and that includes shipping. Even better is that it gets to me fast as well.

5 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Tue Jul 26, 2011 12:35 pm

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Looks like that seller has reduced their prices. It is still more expensive than yours Kim but if you want it quickly the this may be another option.

6 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sat Jul 30, 2011 10:51 am

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Yes still more expensive but if you cannot wait to get it then this is more affordable than most places in the UK. It really annoys me that either you can only get the best stuff in the US or it costs an arm and leg for the same thing in the UK.

7 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Tue Aug 02, 2011 7:29 am

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Tell me about it. I could buy twice as much stuff if I lived in the US

8 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sat Aug 06, 2011 8:41 am

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Also some items are banned here but are openly available in the US. So here you would need to be being treated by a dermatolgist or Doc or request an on line prescription which all means spending extra money where others do not have to go through the same process in other countries.Plus you have to then try and persuade the specialist that you need what you wnat to try out. I know my Dr would never prescribe me retin A as I do not have acne etc. And as for askinG for HQ .......So how do you get it???? On line expensive items or shipping

9 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sun Aug 07, 2011 9:14 am

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A friend of mine in the Uk had her paypal account suspended because she was selling some hq using her account.They told her this was an illegal move. Thing is she only sold one tube but they were taking it very serioulsy. Yet I can walk into my local shop & pick up products with hq with no problems.

10 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:42 pm

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I here dcl is just as good, but I haven't used glytone so I can't personally compare. I'm currently using both the 15% (for face) & 20% (for body) dcl lotions. So far so good Smile.

11 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Tue Aug 09, 2011 9:46 am

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rainbow wrote:A friend of mine in the Uk had her paypal account suspended because she was selling some hq using her account.They told her this was an illegal move. Thing is she only sold one tube but they were taking it very serioulsy. Yet I can walk into my local shop & pick up products with hq with no problems.

It does not surprise me. Anyone found selling it in shops would receive a hefty fine. I know that some shops still do it, but have it hiddden and only sell to certain customers. They know that people know what works and there is a demand for it.

12 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Tue Aug 09, 2011 9:57 am

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SonyaC wrote:I here dcl is just as good, but I haven't used glytone so I can't personally compare. I'm currently using both the 15% (for face) & 20% (for body) dcl lotions. So far so good Smile.


I have tried them both and I agree they are good products.They work well for me though I know some prefer one or the other. The dcl gives me more peeling than the glytone though. I find that after a while the glytone does not seem to work as well, when it comes to my skin softnest, so I have to take a break and then go back to it

13 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sun Aug 28, 2011 8:07 am

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well it looks like that one plus one beauty store on ebay was a scam with many people not receiving their items. It is absolutely disgusting how some people operate. Maybe they heard about the hype with this product and decided to take advantage. Hopefully no one here got stung. I know you can make a claim back on your paypal account but it can be such a hassle going through the process. If I order glytone again it will be definitely from my US source. Much cheaper and safer

14 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sun Aug 28, 2011 10:35 am

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This is so maddening. I can't see the point though as paypal will have to refund for items not received so what is the point of doing it. Thank God for the safe guard of being able to get your money back but there is nothing more annoying than waiting for your order and nothing turns up. It just holds up your routine and wastes your time trying to sort it out and looking for an alternative. Another annoying thing I have noticed lately is I have even seen some ebay sellers putting up the price of kojie sans products and it is at a ridiculous level. I am talking about a 500% increase and I am certain that it relates to an increase in demand. Some people are just plain greedy.

15 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:06 pm

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Funnily I was going to mention the kojie sans which I have also noted has either disappeared or the price has gone up. I have also seen that someone has even placed a USED soap on there. I see that they say it has only been used twice but that would still be a big NO NO for me. I guess they realise the demand for it and guess they will still get a buyer. I would also take care with another new seller who has appeared selling the kojie. Hopefully it is not another one plus one beauty who is trying to scam. I personally prefer to deal with sellers with a proven track record but each to their own.

16 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Mon Aug 29, 2011 9:19 am

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Used soap.....urrggghhhh...Not for me either. I don't care how good it is supposed to be LOL. Hey there are opportunist everywhere so everyone needs to take care. Skin lightening is particularly targeted because of high demand

17 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:43 pm

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Lol at used soap. I would love to know who buys that !!!!!!!

18 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:14 am

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I had been mullling it over and was thinking maybe I was being a prude about the used soap but pleased to see you got what I was saying. The listing has not got any bids but I am sure someone will snap it up. Especially as ther seems to be so few other choices that do not involve getting it internationally. Still not an option for me though. lol

19 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Fri Sep 02, 2011 8:00 am

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So now see this is the problem. Lightening is Big business and often just a mention of a good product can bring in an influx of demand and then this can send the price soaring. I believe in sharing any information that I come across and my experience but this is why some people keep their sucesses to themsleves, one to make sure that they have a constant supply and two, to make sure that the price does not suddenly go up. It is sad that this is how things go. I am not made of money and I have had to make some real sacrifices to be able to afford some of the products I wanted.

20 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Fri Sep 02, 2011 9:35 am

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I did not think that used cosmetics were allowed on ebay for hygiene reasons even if it has only been used twice. Years aago you would have used hand soap in public toilets but this is unheard of now for obvious reasons. You should let us know if it does get sold.

21 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Fri Sep 02, 2011 1:42 pm

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@quiamontana I understand people's reluctance to share what works when there are companies who will take full advantage of the increase in trade. Not only that, you also get other companies who start making fake versions. It is a real minefield

@goth. The item did not sell but she has relisted it so will see. I did think that you were not allowed to sell certain used goods as well but looks like ebay are ok with it.

22 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sat Sep 03, 2011 8:07 am

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I see. Maybe he/she hopes to get lucky second time round

23 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Sun Sep 04, 2011 12:38 pm

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I am not surprised it never sold and would be shocked if it did sell later on

24 Re: GLYTONE FOR UK BUYERS on Thu Sep 08, 2011 5:02 am

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something fishy about those glytone revies i looked at just now...
i dont know....hmmm

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