Fake tan is the item most commonly stolen from pharmacies in Ireland.
It's one of the findings of a survey by the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU), which shows that three quarters of pharmacies have been victims of crime in the past year.
81% of the shops in question experienced multiple incidents.
A vast majority (93%) of the shops experienced shoplifting, while 11% had a break-in.
Meanwhile, the percentage of pharmacies experiencing fraud rose to 19%.
17% of pharmacies have had controlled or other prescribed drugs stolen in the past 12 months.
Meanwhile, the percentage of pharmacists who've experienced a raid is 13% - compared to only 6% in 2016.
President of the IPU, Daragh Connolly, said the figures are concerning.
He highlighted the number of pharmacists being threatened with knives, syringes and guns.
He said: "This is a terrifying ordeal for any staff or patients who have the misfortune to witness a violent raid."
Breaking down some of the figures, he observed: "Shoplifting continues to be the most prevalent crime against pharmacies. Fake tan is the single most commonly stolen item (50%) along with other cosmetics and perfume. Meanwhile, almost a quarter of pharmacies (24%) have had cash taken.
"What is undoubtedly the most sinister and concerning crime example is the high level of thefts of medicines: 17% of pharmacies have had controlled or prescribed drugs stolen in the past year."
He called for a more visible Garda presence in communities, adding that gardaí should be given the resources to tackle the issues facing pharmacists in a "meaningful way".