Answering Your Most Frequently Asked Questions

Below we are answering the most common questions to let you know more about us and our products.


While we make a reasonable effort to ensure the quality, accuracy, and safety of the advice in our articles, it is important to state that it is provided for general information purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. This article, including text, images, and other content, is not intended to replace a consultation with an appropriately qualified medical practitioner. Semaspace does not provide medical advice. Please, consult your healthcare provider about possible interactions, contraindications, and allergies before starting any new supplement or medication.

Payment method

While we continue to work on more suitable payment options, at this time, we only accept payments via PP as it is our customers’ most preferred payment method. We don’t have an automated checkout yet and ask our customers to send payments directly to our account.

When you send money to a personal account and choose the “for goods and services” option, your purchase is protected by PP itself, so you can always request a refund.

On our side, we offer a guarantee on all of our orders – if you’re not satisfied with the results after one month, you can contact us, and we will issue a refund.

We continue to use this payment method because it is the most convenient for customers, with one request: not to mention anything about medicines in the description of the payment. This is to ensure that our account is not blocked and our service continues to be as easy as possible for customers.


Why do we not require a prescription? 

Loopholes in the law make it possible to sell generic semaglutide as a peptide. To buy peptides online, you do not need a prescription. For example, peptides are also sold in cosmetics and dietary supplements without an RX. You can learn more about what peptides are at the link.

Is it legitimate?

In 2021 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved semaglutide under the brand name Wegovy for weight loss. Semaglutide is an active ingredient in Wegovy, and works in the same way as Generic semaglutide. It is currently protected by dozens of patents around the world. According to the manufacturer, U.S. patent protection will expire in 2032. Until then, semaglutide will not be available in the U.S. as a generic drug. However, since the formula of the compound was disclosed during the FDA approval process, manufacturers were able to recreate semaglutide as a peptide. The result is exactly the same ingredient as in Wegovy, but five times cheaper.

Is it safe?

 The product we directly sell has been tested in an independent laboratory. The results showed more than 99% purity of semaglutide. You can see the report at the link

Why do our products have low prices?

As mentioned above, branded semaglutide is more expensive than generic one – $1200-1500 compared to $149-399. In short, this is due to the research and development costs and patent protection. Once the patents that protect the compounds expire, other manufacturers can create their own versions of the drugs. Since they do not have to repeat the clinical trials to prove reliability and efficacy, it costs less to make generic drugs, and so they are cheaper. We work directly with the manufacturer that produces semaglutide as a peptide and negotiate the best prices for our customers. Buying from us saves you up to 80% off typical prices for brand medication.


We ship from our stock in the U.S. to all 50 states. The shipping takes up to 5 business days with USPS, UPS, or FedEx. Also, it takes 1-3 business days for us to prepare your order before shipping it out.

Risk-free service

We offer a guarantee on all of our orders – if you’re not satisfied with the results after one month, you can contact us, and we will issue a refund.

Other questions

If you have other questions, feel free to contact us anytime.

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