Last week, I had one major case of sticker shock when I went to fill my prescription for a facial cream. "Do you still want it? It's $200," said the aide at the register. Two hundred Benjamins even with insurance? Yikes. Luckily, I was able to have my doctor call in a generic equivalent.
Whether you have a prescription for an antidandruff shampoo, a medicated facial cleanser, antibiotics for acne, or even the eyelash-enhancing Latisse, do you get some of your beauty-related products from the pharmacist?