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Acne at any age sucks. This simple routine consists of a one-two punch with antibiotics that help control acne-causing bacteria along with powerful retinoids that you find at a dermatologist’s office. Often, these goods would require an in person visit to the doctors and an expensive prescription. As a hims subscriber, you can access these personally formulated, medically approved products at a fraction of the price without leaving your home.
Formulated with clindamycin, niacinamide and tretinoin, this topical solution is custom formulated for you to help stop acne-causing bacteria from reproducing. It will also help to decrease inflammation associated with acne and increase cellular turnover in your skin—leaving your skin looking and feeling healthy and renewed.Learn: Tretinoin cream to treat acne
Because these topical medications are prescribed to you after an online consultation with a doctor through our platform—and personally formulated for your needs—these are not available over the counter. However, the process with hims is much easier than getting a typical in-person dermatologist referral. With us, you can get a prescription entirely through your phone—and for a fraction of the price. A dream process for your dream face. 😏Learn: Is tretinoin OTC?
Use this product as instructed by the doctor. A pump or two usually does the trick. Your doctor may recommend you start slow - such as every third night - then ramp up to nightly after your skin adjusts. If you experience any side effects, you can connect with a doctor through our platform. 👏 👋 Later, acne.Learn: How to use tretinoin cream
Because this treatment promotes cell turnover (shedding that old skin), it's normal to see some dry, red or flaky spots in the beginning. To help with the dry spots, you can use a moisturizer—but be sure it's free of alcohol, benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid and other exfoliators to avoid extra irritation. Connect with a doctor through our platform if you are concerned about any reaction you're experiencing.Learn: How long until tretinoin works