Is sulfur soap avaliable in drug stores? or online only?

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    Is sulfur soap avaliable in drug stores? or online only?

    Originally posted by JJ

    as title, thank you~

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    Re: Is sulfur soap avaliable in drug stores? or online only?

    Originally posted by Jenn

    If I were you I would order it online because it offers the new combo SAL/Sulfur soap and that's what I use for my kp. Its free shipping in the USA so its only a few bucks.

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    Re: Is sulfur soap avaliable in drug stores? or online only?

    Originally posted by vegas girl

    I bought mine at CVS Pharmacy for a few dollars. I also heard that Walgreens carries it.

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    Re: Is sulfur soap avaliable in drug stores? or online only?

    Originally posted by ThisgURL

    Walgreen does not carry it....neither does wal mart...

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    Re: Is sulfur soap avaliable in drug stores? or online only?

    Originally posted by Kim

    Try CVS or Eckart.

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    Re: Is sulfur soap avaliable in drug stores? or online only?

    Originally posted by ???

    Where? What's the web address? It'd be helpful to know where you get it, I'd like to get it too.
    Thank you

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    www.sulfursoap.com

    Originally posted by jenn


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    Re: Is sulfur soap avaliable in drug stores? or online only?

    Originally posted by Kim

    Sulfursoap.com

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    Re: www.sulfursoap.com ( ? for Jenn! )

    Originally posted by ???

    How long does it take to get it? I just ordered it and it says "fast shipping", but how fast? Is it within days or weeks? Just wondering, I want to hurry and get started on it!!! Thank you so much, ???

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    Re: www.sulfursoap.com ( ? for Jenn! )

    Originally posted by Kim

    A few days, it will come in your everyday mail. If thats the way you ordered it. I saw results within a week and half. Hope you have good luck w/ it.

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    Re: www.sulfursoap.com ( ? for KIM ! )

    Originally posted by ???

    Hi Kim thanks for the response. Which soap are you using? Sulfur soap (origional), or Sulfur soap with 3% salicylic acid? Just curious which one is working for you. Also, do you notice a smell or not? What kind of "stiff brush" are you using? Where did you get it? I want to do it the right way when I get it. Thank you in advance! ???

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    Re: www.sulfursoap.com ( ? for KIM ! )

    Originally posted by Kim

    The smell is not the best but who cares it works. I only ure it on my Kp areas.

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    Re: www.sulfursoap.com ( ? for KIM ! )

    Originally posted by Kim

    To tell you the truth I ordered the Sulfur Soap from SulfurSoap.com but I had ordered the one w/out the Salisylic Acid in it and that is the one that took the bumps away. When I order again I will get the one w/ the S.A. in it. I'm sure they both work great. I just picked up one of those nail brushes to clean under your nails. My Doc. said this would work better and it did. He could not believe when he saw the bumps were gone after two weeks. Good luck!

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    Re: www.sulfursoap.com ( Thanks KIM ! )

    Originally posted by ???

    I think I'm going to order the salisylic acid one. I think I've got a stiff nail brush under the sink. Hope it helps me too. Maybe I'll get the Oxy 10 and see if it helps my red spots. I appreciate your help Kim. Good luck to you on your routine. ???

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    Re: www.sulfursoap.com ( Thanks KIM ! )

    Originally posted by Kim

    Thanks and let us know how it goes.

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