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Pseudocatalase is a mineral infused cream that can be purchased over the counter as a cosmeceutical or patients can choose to get the same product by suppliers by prescription.  We recommend the link below for easy and secure online ordering.

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If you do not feel comfortable ordering online or if you are located outside of the United States please feel free to call Med Specialties directly at 1-714-572-2272 between the hours of 10 am and 5 pm Pacific Time and their staff will handle your order.  Orders outside of the USA may be subject to restrictions due to customs.

 

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