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Hers

Prescription based health products delivered online

2.8/5
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Hers is your health, in your hands.

Accessible healthcare, now in your hands. medical grade products delivered to your door to help solve your biggest skin, hair, and sex concerns.

Would you recommend this product?

Please beware and do extensive research Particularly for the ”women’s viagra” a dangerous anti depressant with the strictes fda warning.

Pros:

Excellent marketing

Cons:

Male owned company providing potentially dangerous prescriptions to Women without highling the dangers and risks of these products.

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@xara_mei Too expensive and cumbersome to do the consultation. I just buy here without a prescription http://awc-drugstore.com/catalog...
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The website had me first buy a $10 subscription after clicking a “try now - $30” button for birth control that is “easier to access for women” through their website. It gave me the hopes of being prescribed birth control for ovarian cyst pain and heavy periods. After my medical evaluation, the doctor told me she couldn’t help me and to go see my doctor to be treated. She gave me no other useful tips or advice. I feel like turning patients away to other doctors defeats the whole purpose of this website. It advertises the ease of getting birth control to women who need it, and many women receive it to treat their acne, heavy periods, and ovarian cysts. I paid for a membership for nothing. There also isn’t a direct button to cancel your $10/month subscription. You have to request for it to be cancelled.

Pros:

Fast responses through email and messages

Cons:

Must pay for a membership to get prescriptions, receiving benefit from your subscription is not guaranteed, little information on website

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Especially propranolol. If a vital you report is too low or something you report is accidentally wrong, you could be seriously hurt- or worse, die.

Pros:

Birth control available

Cons:

The other meds should NOT be given without a doctor giving a physical exam. It's too dangerous.

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Just a consumer

I had used a competitor for a bit before switching to a prescription tretinoin cream since I developed an allergy to the base change of the competitor. I had issue with what yoderm wanted to prescribe, then lemonaidhealth would no longer do my scripts after doing them before, and managed to find this place. I have no problem with the base ingredients at all, which is great. But I wish the tretinoin amount were aligned with the studies .05% (what I was using) as they only go to .02%. I also do wish they’d have Azelaic Acid included as well. The other alternative is dermacare whom I am told is no longer doing prescription ingredients for new patients (don’t know why). All in all I do recommend for clindamycin but I think it’s a bit expensive for that alone, hopefully they increase their tret amounts. Shipping took a week but the Dr seems friendly and thorough.

Pros:

Ability to get prescription acne meds without phenoxyethanol or comedogenic ingredients.

Cons:

Low tretinoin amounts

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Doctors that listen to bad side effects and are willing to change a prescription and advise their patients better are needed. I became extremely depressed to the point of suicidal idealization and was so easily angered that simple joking turned me nearly violent. I messaged my doctor about this letting her know I started my BC on the second and now was feeling this way and she basically blew me off saying that it happened fast and then went on to say it was normal and it would stop after a few days. Being suicidal isn't safe thankfully I have the ability to cope with such thoughts without acting on them but others may not be so lucky. I had to make the hard choice for myself to stop taking the BC.
Hair loss has always been an issue for me after moving to the US. Got tons of hair lost in the shower. Scary! Then I learnt that not to wash my hair on a daily basis helped, but then the problem is I hate greasy hair!!! I tried Fekkai full blown, I like it! It allows me to wash my hair once every 2 days without getting greasy. The hers shampoo somehow allows me to wash my hair every 3 days without getting greasy and less hair loss during my shower. Besides, it smells good, too. I also tried the prescription anti-aging Tretinoin which I believe Jlo also use it. Thanks hers for making it accessible in a non-expensive way. It works for my pores (I have huge pores, so the changes are visible) Yet, tretinoin does make your skin drier (as told by my hers dermatologist)This can be easily solved by having more hydration mask on. Anyway, I like hers products so far.
Beware!!!!!!!!!!! It's a scam. There is a reason why you should go to a real Dr for a medical prescription. They prescribe a general birth control, not a specific brand, and they change it on you with no communication. Extremely alarming to receive different brand birth controls every month. Customer service is a nightmare. It's exactly what you DONT want. Blaring hype club music as their hold music, some guy yelling and telling you to DM them on social media?? Forhims/ Forhers customer service are a bunch of young kids that talk casually about your medications and when you raise concern about anything they just tell you to cancel your medication subscription like it's a netflix subscription, if you're unhappy. I "snoozed" my shipment two months in a row due to traveling, spoke to some kid on the phone about this and both months they charged me and sent it anyways. When I called for the 2nd time asking why it went through again they made me hold while they listened to my phone conversation with the kid and then came back and said I didn't ask for it to be snoozed. I definitely did. So it's a scam. There are options to edit your subscription and delivery dates but they ship them and charge you regardless.
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I really wanted to love Hers, but my experience with their customer service was terrible. After accidentally signing up for a subscription, I was unable to cancel it online and forgot to call them, so I ate the cost of the second month of a subscription I didn't want, $160. Fine, my fault. But then I did call them, email them, and send a message through the chat function - and they still didn't cancel my subscription. When they charged me a third time, I called again, sat on the phone for 36 minutes, and finally was able to cancel it. But even though my product hadn't shipped, they refused to refund the third charge of $160 and only offered a partial courtesy refund. I'm so disappointed; I expected better from this company, but I'm glad to have learned the lesson now and will never do business with them again. Highly recommend anyone reading this doesn't either.
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@christina_woodard This happened to me too with their acne cream. I was randomly charged $300 two times when I was only paying $43 before.
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I was paying $43 a month for their acne cream. Out of nowhere, they started charging me $300 for a yearly subscription that I didn't know about or agree to. The next bottle I get, I was charged $300 again! I reached out to customer service and they did not help at all and refused to give me my money back. I only used one bottle of the updated prescription but ended up paying $600 for it. I am so upset with this company. DO NOT ORDER FROM THEM! THEY WILL SCAM YOU!
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Mom of 2
After experiencing severe postpartum hair loss the last couple months I started looking for solutions online. There aren't many. So when ads for Hers started showing up on my Instagram I was excited. I went to the site, read about the complete hair kit (of course the J Lo recommendation obviously helped). I thought, "Finally! There is hope." So I ordered the 6 month supply (why not save some money by ordering in bulk, right?). Well, not 12 hours later, early the next morning, I read somewhere else online that Minoxidil is actually some pretty serious stuff AND not recommended for postpartum hair loss. This is in part because it can be dangerous for kids, particularly if they are breastfeeding. So I immediately reached out to the support team to try to cancel my order. They told me, even though my order had not shipped yet, that they could not cancel my order. Not only could they not cancel my order, they also don't accept returns of any kind. The customer service rep eventually offered me $75 but that's not even 50% of what I spent on products I CAN'T use. I'm all for women having easier access to the prescriptions they need, but there really should have been a prompt that asked me to confirm I'm not using the product for postpartum hair loss and/or not breastfeeding before allowing me to purchase. Either that or I should have had to speak to someone before ordering. At least then I wouldn't have mistakenly ordered 6 months of products that are completely useless to me. Not to mention the huge waste considering they still shipped all 6 months of products! Very disappointed, and won't be ordering anything from Hers again.
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