There have been numerous warnings from various health agencies that fillers purchased online, including Canadian pharmacies are practically 100 percent fake counterfeit products.
The packaging looks real, the product looks real, even packaging with very real looking holograms. Nevertheless, the product is not the real thing and contains hazardous material when tested, including particles of cement.
Why do you people continue to inject some unknown foreign substance in your face, just to save a couple hundred bucks? No matter how reputable you think your online pharmacy is, they are most likely sending you fake Juvederm or Restylane or whatever else you all are injecting. Don't you realize there is a strong possibility you are being scammed? Paying for something you think is real but it's not, worse of all you inject it into your face.