Aknetrent Soft Gelatin Capsule (20 Mg)

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Dosage form

Pack size


20 Mg



Generic Name (Ingredient)

A Soft Gelatin Capsule Contains 20 Mg Of Isotretinoin.

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1 review for Aknetrent Soft Gelatin Capsule (20 Mg)

  1. Dawn


    I’m interested in purchasing some boxes of the above item. I’d like to know what your MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity) is. I’m interested in about 10-20 boxes. Do you ship to the UK (Southampton), and if so, do you offer a Fed-Ex (or equivalent) option with tracking? Also, what are your prices and payment methods? I’d like to make a purchase as soon as possible.

    Thank you,

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Dawn, this is WikiKenko,

      Aknetrent 20 mg is a soft gelatin capsule used to treat severe nodular acne. It should be used only after other acne medicines have been tried and have failed to help the acne. Aknetrent 20 mg may also be used to treat other skin diseases as determined by your doctor. It must not be used to treat women who can bear children unless other forms of treatment have been tried first and have failed. Aknetrent 20 mg must not be taken during pregnancy because it causes birth defects in humans.

      We are sorry, but WikiKenko.com is a health encyclopedia and does not sell any products. in addition, we couldn’t find any specific information about purchasing Aknetrent Soft Gelatin Capsule in the UK. However, it is important to note that Aknetrent is a prescription-only medication. This means that you will need to consult with a doctor and obtain a prescription before you can purchase it.

      You must consult with a doctor before using Aknetrent 20 mg. They will be able to provide you with more detailed information about its uses, side effects, and whether or not it is appropriate for you to use.

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