ARX TRETINOIN BENEFITS
Glow More, Age Less
Made-to-order, prescription-strength retinoid
Exclusive retinoid, hyaluronic acid + ascorbic acid blend
Reduces fine lines & wrinkles in a powerful, pea-sized punch
Instantly improves collagen production; no down-time
Starts working to repair sun damage immediately
Proven treatment for adult acne
Personalized Rx-strengths (commonly 0.02% or 0.05%)
Background & History
Topical form of retinoid applied to the skin
Derivative of Vitamin A prescribed for 40+ years
Signs of aging skin linked to Vitamin A & collagen depletion
OTC creams contain retinol—retinoid is more potent & Rx-only
Clinically proven to generate rapid skin cell turnover to boost collagen levels
Hydrates the skin & reduces deep lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet
Less expensive than OTC creams with added benefits of Hyaluronic Acid + Vitamin C
Our goal is to help you reach your longevity goals, whatever they may be. Our dermatologist-selected ingredients produce noticeable results for even the most sensitive of skin types. That’s no pain, all gain.
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What the Tretinoin
Tretinoin has been proven to prevent, reduce, and treat wrinkles. By stimulating collagen production in the skin, it strengthens the skin at a structural level, resulting in a more youthful appearance. Many scientific studies have been done on this medication, and medical experts agree that it offers promising anti-aging benefits to the skin.
You can very easily reduce the appearance of wrinkles with the use of a moisturizer. Most of the cosmetic treatments are variations on moisturizers; they immediately reduce the appearance of fine lines by 15%–20%. Preventing their appearance is a different issue. The daily use of retinoids (i.e. Tretinoin) can prevent the appearance of wrinkles; they penetrate into the skin, can work on the extracellular matrix—the collagen and elastin fibers. A retinoid is very important to use even for Botox patients that want to maintain youthful skin.
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$75 / month
billed monthly | free shipping
$60 / month
billed quarterly | free shipping
Not available in HI.
Doctor may recommend a different dose during medical intake process
You can request daily dose adjustments between refills
You will be automatically billed & sent refills based on your plan
You can cancel at any time before your next shipment
*Prescription products require an online evaluation with a physician who will determine if a prescription is appropriate. See below for important safety information. Benefits outlined on Agelessrx.com are based on 3rd party studies. Tretinoin is offered as a subscription service you can cancel at any time.
How will I use the Tretinoin Anti-Wrinkle Cream?
Cleanse your skin and apply 1 to 2 pumps (pea-sized amount) to your face at bedtime up to 3x per week. Follow with a moisturizer of your choice. Apply a daily SPF 30+.
How do I know Tretinoin is working?
Early signs of Tretinoin at work are mild signs of tingling, burning, or, in some cases, mild peeling within following application. This is due to your skin turning over new layers, resulting in brighter and tighter skin. Most patients see early results within 3-4 weeks, with more significant results after 8-10 weeks.
Why should I request Tretinoin from AgelessRx?
Our exclusive Tretinoin Anti-Wrinkle Cream contains a blend of Ascorbic Acid, Hyaluronic Acid, and Retinoic Acid. It is one of the only blends clinically-proven to smooth fine lines and wrinkles (Retinoic Acid), hydrate the skin (Hyaluronic Acid), and fade dark spots to lead to a more even-toned complexion (Ascorbic Acid).
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION & COMMON SIDE EFFECTS
As with any prescription product, there may be side effects. Generally, the vast majority of side effects will subside after the gradual use of the product over 3-4 weeks. If serious burning or irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult a doctor.
Most Common Tretinoin Side Effects
Sometimes referred to as “retinoid reactions,” you may experience:
Less common side effects may include Erythema nodosum (severe skin inflammation), Edema (swelling), Rash Skin hyperpigmentation (dark spots), and/or Skin hypopigmentation (light spots).
Your skin may be more sensitive to sunlight and weather extremes, such as cold and wind, while using this product. To reduce sensitivity and chance of skin irritation, AgelessRx recommends the following:
Start by using gradually (2-3x per week) at bedtime to see how it’s tolerated
Use with a hydrating serum or moisturizer with aloe or ceramides
Use a daily moisturizer with SPF 30 (or higher)
For a complete list of possible side effects, click here.
Possible Drug Interactions
Before starting any new prescription, be sure to tell your doctor or healthcare provider about all the medications you take, including prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal supplements.
You should not use topical Tretinoin if you take medication that further increases your sensitivity to sunlight, including but not limited to: Tetracyclines (e.g. doxycycline, tetracycline, minocycline), Sulfonylureas (e.g. acetohexamide, chlorpropamide, glimepiride, glipizide, glyburide), Thiazide diuretics (e.g. hydrochlorothiazide/HCTZ or any drug containing HCTZ, chlorthalidone, bendroflumethiazide, methyclothiazide, metolazone), phenothiazines (chlorpromazine, promethazine, perphenazine, thiethylperazine, thioridazine), or Fluoroquinolones (e.g. ciprofloxacin, gemifloxacin, levofloxacin, moxifloxacin, norfloxacin, ofloxacin).
Additionally, using retinoids concurrently with topical drying agents, such as salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide, can increase the drying effects of retinoids. Do not apply these agents to the same areas as your topical Tretinoin.
Other Important Safety Information
Do not use Tretinoin if you are pregnant or breastfeeding (including trying to get pregnant or are unsure whether you are pregnant). Tretinoin has been associated with miscarriage and birth defects. Additionally, people with an allergy to Tretinoin, or any of its ingredients, should not take Tretinoin.
Note: All information included on this page is a summary. It may not cover all possible information. If you have questions about this medication, talk to a doctor, pharmacist, or health care provider.