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Retin-A - Overview

Retin-A is a medication sometimes prescribed to people who need prescription treatment for acne vulgaris. People who might need a Retin-A prescription can use Push Health to connect with a local medical provider who can prescribe Retin-A medication, including Retin-A micro, Retin-A cream and Retin-A gel, when appropriate to do so.

Retin-A - Dosage and Cost

Retin-A gel contains the active ingredient tretinoin and is sometimes prescribed to people who need treatment for acne vulgaris. Frequently, Retin-A gel, cream or liquid is prescribed to be applied once at the end of the day to affected areas while being careful no to oversaturate any application surface used. Branded Retin-A cream is moderately expensive, costing approximately $90.50 per 45 gram tube of Retin-A 0.025% gel at many pharmacies in the United States. People paying out of pocket will want to look for Retin-A coupons online or check to see if Retin-A micro is covered at the pharmacy when purchasing Retin-A prescription cream.

Can I Buy Retin-A Online?

Retin-A cream is available with a prescription from a medical provider in the United States. Retin-A OTC is not available and one cannot just buy Retin-A online as the initial step in getting a Retin-A prescription is consulting a medical provider. People who might need a Retin-A prescription, however, are able to use Push Health to connect with an online medical provider who can prescribe Retin-A cream, Retin-A gel or Retin-A micro when appropriate to do so.

Retin-A - Side Effects

Retin-A prescription medication can cause side effects such as skin irritation, burning, redness and dryness when used. Sun exposure and wind or cold should be minimized in areas where Retin-A ointment is being used. Prior to using Retin-A medication, patients should discuss concerns with a qualified medical provider. People with a hypersensitivity to Retin-A cream should find an alternative form of treatment. In general, alcohol and tobacco should be avoided while using Retin-A gel.

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Last updated July 27, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions.