Mac-shifa.com is a no-prescription-required online pharmacy selling prescription and non-prescription products. It is located in Strasbourg, France. Its main product is Monobenzone, a product which is used for depigmentation and is used in Vitiligo patients, to even out the skin tone.
According to Mac-shifa.com’s information, its company MAC-SHIFA Pvt. Ltd. was established in September 1998 and is owned by a certain Professor Shifa. The products of the company are distributed to a number of countries such as Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the USA, Saudi Arabia, Africa, and South America.
Aside from Monobenzone, Mac-shifa sells Alpha Arbutin Cream (for skin whitening), Benoquin (for skin whitening), and Tosha cream (natural Japanese bleach). There are no other products sold on Mac-shifa.com, so I was not able to find any erectile dysfunction product on the website.
Skin whitening pills like Benoquin costs $151 per bottle of 60 pills and a jar of Monobenzone cream starts at $220. The prices of the products here are rather expensive too. Buyers with the intent to buy these products do not need to provide prescriptions. But, they should be careful in using these products. Mac-shifa.com provided no information regarding the drug regulation agency approvals of these products, so I am really not so sure about the product quality of the items sold at Mac-shifa.
Mac-shifa.com accepts payments via PayPal, Western Union, MoneyGram, or bank transfers. The shipping costs $23.55 for Europe orders, while international orders are charged $64.21 to $230, depending on the urgency of the orders. Orders usually take 3-5 days to arrive within Europe and 7-10 business days for international orders.
There is no live chat tool on Mac-shifa.com, but it provides several contact details for its customers to use (which is rather rare with online stores):
MAC-SHIFA ICN Monobenzone Pvt. Ltd.
18 rue Welsch
Email: [email protected]
I have reviewed thousands of e-pharmacies by now and can tell you for sure: when a pharmacy is hiding its real physical address, it has something else to hide.
Sadly, there were no available reviews for Mac-shifa.com. I checked the site for on-site testimonials and user comments, but there were none. My web search also yielded nothing; it may be that Mac-shifa.com is not really popular with online clients. I saw in the store that it usually supplies its products directly to hospitals, pharmacies, other companies, and beauty parlors, so there may be limited ways for its clients to post reviews for Mac-shifa, its products, and service.
Mac Shifa Reviews 2016
As my custom with sites, since there were no recent reviews for Mac-shifa.com from 2016 onwards, I tried checking the status of Mac-shifa.com on Scamadviser.com to see whether it is a good site or not. Here’s the result:
Well, I am stunned by the result—100 out of 100, meaning Mac-shifa.com is safe to use, according to the standards of Scamadviser.com. Scamadviser.com gave Mac-shifa.com a high trust rating and mentioned that it “looks” safe to use.
Mac-shifa.com was indeed detected to be located in France. The age detected for Mac-shifa.com, though, was about 5 years. The store did not have many visits in the past years, though, but there were no other concerns for the site detected by Scamadviser.com.
Mac-shifa.com Coupon Codes
As a consumer, I live for bonus offers and discounts. Unfortunately, there were none posted on Mac-shifa.com for its clients. I don’t really get why the products are expensive on this store and Mac Shifa does not offer anything to help out its users like voucher codes or something. There wasn’t even a free-shipping-for-a-certain-amount available; even buy-something-take-something-free offers.
Mac-shifa.com would have been more popular if it offered more discount offers for its clients, or at least gave codes and freebies to help out with the product costs.
Mac-shifa.com is a site meant for users who are concerned with skin whitening products. The store Mac-shifa.com is not for all; it had a limited product range which not all people may find useful. I was not able to locate any erectile dysfunction products on the site, so I can’t really recommend the products available on the site.
I am rating Mac-shifa.com only 2 out of 5 since it did not have valuable reviews from users. Although Mac-shifa.com had a great rating from Scamadviser.com (100% safe according to the analysis), the lack of reviews for Mac Shifa is what kept me from giving a higher score than 2. Since there were no erectile dysfunction meds here, I recommend for buyers to look for better vendors which actually sell ED meds.