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Posted 09 December 2012 - 03:59 PM

An alternative is to buy dans stuff off ebay in the uk and it works out for like £26 for the big bp any guys interested check it out - usually comes in around 3 days as well.

There is quite a few sellers this is the one i bought it from last week and probably will use going forward.

http://www.ebay.co.u...cde18989&_uhb=1

I have a tube of pan 2.5% but never really liked it after on application lol


Hey thanks, I'm always a bit weary of buying stuff off other sellers, could easily be fake or counterfeit. What do you think?

Also worried about it not having any effect at all, being on 5% PanOxyl for almost 4 years and Dan's being 2.5%

Edited by itsmyname, 09 December 2012 - 04:34 PM.


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Posted 22 December 2012 - 06:05 AM

If anyone is having trouble getting Panoxyl in the u.k,It is advertised on Gumtree.I have purchased this and it is 100% percent original and has long expiry dates.
The seller posts recorded delivery and it is with you in a matter of days

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 10:46 AM

If anyone is having trouble getting Panoxyl in the u.k,It is advertised on Gumtree.I have purchased this and it is 100% percent original and has long expiry dates.
The seller posts recorded delivery and it is with you in a matter of days

I've checked gumtree and found only one ad where Panoxyl Aquagel 10 and 5% is 25GBP. Is that serious?

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Posted 01 May 2013 - 11:05 AM

We are sorry that you have been unable to find your usual PanOxyl® products in the UK. We are currently experiencing a disruption in the production of the PanOxyl® range of products in the UK. The disruption is due to GSK Consumer Healthcare’s review of its manufacturing support and product portfolio which resulted in a limited number of brands requiring some short term manufacturing and licencing updates, including PanOxyl.

We know how important PanOxyl is for our customers and can assure you that a dedicated team is working hard to bring these products back to the shelf as quickly as possible. As of now, given the complexity of the manufacturing and regulatory processes, we intend to resume supply of PanOxyl 5 Aquagel 5% w/w Gel and PanOxyl 10 Aquagel 10% w/w Gel to UK stores later this summer. We are sorry for any inconvenience this disruption has caused and will continue to provide updates on product availability and new information as it becomes available. In the meantime, please speak to your GP or pharmacist for advice on alternative treatment options. If you would like to speak to one of our Consumer Relations specialists please call 0800 783 88 81.

 

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 09:59 PM

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Posted 18 June 2013 - 12:46 PM

What is the current consensus on this topic?  I asked at Boots today and they said they had no idea when any BP treatments would be in stock.

 

Do people recommend Dan's 2.5% BP (perhaps from ebay.co.uk)?  Or something else?

 

There is a wide range of benzoyl peroxide products listed here that are shipped from the UK: http://www.ebay.co.u...cat=0&_from=R40

 

Many of the posts in this thread are several months old  I'm wondering what people who used to use 2.5% or 5% PanOxyl have now (permenantly) migrated to?

 

Thanks!


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Posted 18 June 2013 - 01:02 PM

What is the current consensus on this topic?  I asked at Boots today and they said they had no idea when any BP treatments would be in stock.

 

Do people recommend Dan's 2.5% BP (perhaps from ebay.co.uk)?  Or something else?

 

There is a wide range of benzoyl peroxide products listed here that are shipped from the UK: http://www.ebay.co.u...cat=0&_from=R40

 

Many of the posts in this thread are several months old  I'm wondering what people who used to use 2.5% or 5% PanOxyl have now (permenantly) migrated to?

 

Thanks!

 

I messaged Steifel (the company who make Panxoyl) and they told me the 5% and 10% aquagels are coming back "later this summer".

 

I've been using the Acne.org BP (im in the UK) and its been working fine - order it from Amazon.com (*not* the .co.uk site) and including postage it comes to around £18 depending on exchange rates for the 8oz tube (which is huge btw). it works out cheaper than panoxyl even with the postage charges. It takes just under 2 weeks to arrive in the post. I highly reccomend it, as an ex-user of Panoxyl Aquagel :)



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Posted 18 June 2013 - 01:10 PM

I really need to take action on my skin, so I need BP asap! 

 

Every site I look on for Panoxyl 2.5 is says out of stock (due to it's discontinuation) and right now I'm not sure I can afford Dan's BP, even if it is a lot bigger. I mean Panoxyl was around £3 which would be really ideal for me right now. 



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Posted 07 August 2013 - 07:32 AM

Hi

 

My friend's daughter has just started to use a new product called ACNAID GEL she said its really good cause she hasn't experienced any dry and inflammation affects and she just bought from her pharmacy.

 

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Posted 28 September 2013 - 03:35 PM

I went to Boots today and was told that Panoxyl has been discontinued.  Totally.  The woman said that it is not coming back.



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Posted 29 September 2013 - 10:19 AM

I went to Boots today and was told that Panoxyl has been discontinued.  Totally.  The woman said that it is not coming back.

 

I've found that quinoderm works equally as well, and is pretty much identical.


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Posted 25 February 2014 - 08:03 PM

So what's the best option in the UK right now? Something I can order that will arrive within a few days or I can get at the chemist.

Thanks!

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 02:15 PM

Has anyone tried this Acnecide 5% BP gel? Any good? http://www.expressch...ml#.Uxt4EPl_tUA



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Posted 20 April 2014 - 12:49 PM

Well Panoxyl Aquagel 10% is back. Used 2.5% and 5% before, perhaps I should jump on the 10% then?



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Posted 01 June 2014 - 09:37 AM

What is the current consensus on this topic?  I asked at Boots today and they said they had no idea when any BP treatments would be in stock.
 
Do people recommend Dan's 2.5% BP (perhaps from ebay.co.uk)?  Or something else?
 
There is a wide range of benzoyl peroxide products listed here that are shipped from the UK: http://www.ebay.co.u...cat=0&_from=R40
 
Many of the posts in this thread are several months old  I'm wondering what people who used to use 2.5% or 5% PanOxyl have now (permenantly) migrated to?
 
Thanks!

 
I messaged Steifel (the company who make Panxoyl) and they told me the 5% and 10% aquagels are coming back "later this summer".
 
I've been using the Acne.org BP (im in the UK) and its been working fine - order it from Amazon.com (*not* the .co.uk site) and including postage it comes to around £18 depending on exchange rates for the 8oz tube (which is huge btw). it works out cheaper than panoxyl even with the postage charges. It takes just under 2 weeks to arrive in the post. I highly reccomend it, as an ex-user of Panoxyl Aquagel :)

Hi, I was just wondering do you still do this? Does it still cost a similar amount? Thanks.

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Posted 09 July 2014 - 08:30 AM

Just back from the chemist and every thing is out of stock. No Panoxyl or Quinoderm or anything else. Emailed Quinoderm and they said they're out for the foreseeable future. I heard Panoxyl 10 was back but it seems its out again. Is there some sort of global benzoyl peroxide shortage!? Back to Dans I guess. I've been using benzoyl peroxide for 13 years since finding this site and I've never known it to be this bad.



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Posted 09 July 2014 - 08:31 AM

 

What is the current consensus on this topic?  I asked at Boots today and they said they had no idea when any BP treatments would be in stock.
 
Do people recommend Dan's 2.5% BP (perhaps from ebay.co.uk)?  Or something else?
 
There is a wide range of benzoyl peroxide products listed here that are shipped from the UK: http://www.ebay.co.u...cat=0&_from=R40
 
Many of the posts in this thread are several months old  I'm wondering what people who used to use 2.5% or 5% PanOxyl have now (permenantly) migrated to?
 
Thanks!

 
I messaged Steifel (the company who make Panxoyl) and they told me the 5% and 10% aquagels are coming back "later this summer".
 
I've been using the Acne.org BP (im in the UK) and its been working fine - order it from Amazon.com (*not* the .co.uk site) and including postage it comes to around £18 depending on exchange rates for the 8oz tube (which is huge btw). it works out cheaper than panoxyl even with the postage charges. It takes just under 2 weeks to arrive in the post. I highly reccomend it, as an ex-user of Panoxyl Aquagel smile.png

Hi, I was just wondering do you still do this? Does it still cost a similar amount? Thanks.

Yeah they do although it cost the same to buy it direct from here and I find the delivery is a bit quick. Usually 6ish days to the UK.



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Posted 02 October 2014 - 01:09 AM

Hi,

 

Please, please, please.... can anyone help?....I used Panoxyl 10 "acnegel" (alcohol based) for almost 15years and it worked great but as it discontinued and my stock at home as now gone, I've started using Panoxyl 10 "aquagel"(water based) as this can now be purchased online again.  I had been thinking that both products would work in the same way and cant find any difference between the 2 apart from one is alcohol based and the other water based but the alcohol based product(acnegel) seemed to work a lot better. I've only been taking aquagel for 2 weeks but my skin is the worst its been for a long time...Please could someone give me some advice.....does my skin need time to get use to the new product even tho I've been using Panoxyl for almost 15 years.....



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Posted 02 October 2014 - 01:29 AM

Hi,

 

Please, please, please.... can anyone help?....I used Panoxyl 10 "acnegel" (alcohol based) for almost 15years and it worked great but as it discontinued and my stock at home as now gone, I've started using Panoxyl 10 "aquagel"(water based) as this can now be purchased online again.  I had been thinking that both products would work in the same way and cant find any difference between the 2 apart from one is alcohol based and the other water based but the alcohol based product(acnegel) seemed to work a lot better. I've only been taking aquagel for 2 weeks but my skin is the worst its been for a long time...Please could someone give me some advice.....does my skin need time to get use to the new product even tho I've been using Panoxyl for almost 15 years.....

I ran out of Aquagel about two years ago, been using the Acne.org BP ever since. This website's formula is the best I've ever used, skip all the imitations and just buy the Acne.org stuff, you won't regret it. Of course, you also need to consider other things like your diet, vitamin intake, etc. But when it comes to BP, Dan's is the best in my experience (6 years).



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Posted 02 October 2014 - 01:47 AM

Hi,

 

Many thanks for your reply...Aquagel 10% is now back online but I think the issue is I need a "alcohol based" product as I was using Panoxyl 10 acnegel(alcohol) for between 15-20years and worked great.....There Aquagel range is water based, so not sure if this is the problem...This is the only thing I've changed.... Is Dan's range alcohol based??? Sorry for all the questions, new to the site..... 

 

Thank you again...





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