Vitamin A (Retinol - non Rx)

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Vitamin A Brand
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Retinol - non Rx (Generic alternate to Vitamin A) Generic

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When you order Vitamin A from you have peace of mind as we protect your privacy with a secure ordering process. The Vitamin A medication you purchase is manufactured by Jamieson Laboratories, and is coming from a CIPA certified, and Pharmacy Checker verified online pharmacy.

Retinol - non Rx is the generic alternative to Vitamin A.

In almost 10 years of facilitating online ordering for prescription or OTC medication, OnlinePharmaciesCanada has never
had a counterfeit product complaint for vitamin a as our association randomly tests our drug suppliers and we physically visit inspect
and ensure our international dispensing pharmacies are Pharmacy Checker approved.
We make sure that when you buy Vitamin A online, you are ordering high quality, safe, and affordable non-prescription medication.

Place your order and buy Vitamin A today at, a global leader of Canadian based online pharmacies and a trusted online Canadian pharmacy since 2002.
We offer a low price guarantee (price match) when you order Vitamin A online against any competing CIPA certified online pharmacy website.
Our service is of top quality and we always verify your prescription with your doctor i.e., an initial fax copy of your prescription,
followed by you mailing your original prescription us.


This medication is used to treat people with Vitamin A deficiency. Vitamin A can be found in things we eat, or in supplements (a pill). Vitamin is important for the skin and eyes, and to maintain normal growth.


This medication should be stored at room temperature. Keep the medication away from heat and moisture and direct light.


If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, excessive use of Vitamin A may be harmful to the baby. Please inform your doctor of your pregnancy to assure that you take the right dose of Vitamin A.


Do not take more Vitamin A than you have been directed to. An overdose of Vitamin A may be harmful.

Patient Family Info:

Take Vitamin A as prescribed to you by your doctor or as directed to you on the label. Vitamin A should be taken with a full glass of water. When taking the liquid form of Vitamin A, please use the dropper provided as a tool when measuring the dose.

Contra Indication:

If you have any other medical conditions consult your doctor before taking Vitamin A.

Severe Side Effects:

Allergic reaction, weariness, nausea, reduced appetite, headache, hair loss, dry lips or skin.

Common Side Effects:


Other Side Effects:


It's important to purchase Vitamin A from verified Canadian pharmacy.

Additional information

Generic name:

Retinol – non Rx





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