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Azelaic Acid

  •  Anti-acne medications
  • Antibacterial and Comedolytic properties.
  • Works on bumps and swelling caused by Rosacea conditions.
  • OTC strengths of the medication range from 10% to 12%, while prescription strengths are 20%.
  • Azelaic acid is for external use only.

Differin gel

Try something new to get rid of and prevent future breakouts of acne. The retinoid adapalene, found in the fragrance-free Differin Gel, is the first adverse active component for acne in more than 30 years. Your skin and you have been waiting for this moment forever. Get daily use out of. Stay clear all the time. Do not use when pregnant or breastfeeding.

Hydrocortisone cream

  • Hydrocortisone Cream is a medicated hormone cortisol
  • Used in various skin conditions to relieve swelling, itching, and irritation.
  • Hydrocortisone works best in eczema, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, and insect bite and sting situations.
  • Used as an individual application or combined with antimicrobials for bacterial and fungal infections.
  •  Hydrocortisone cream ranges from 1% to 2.5%, with higher concentrations.

Hydroquinone cream

  • Hydroquinone Cream is a skin-lightening cream
  • Reduces the amount of melanin in the skin. 
  • Used to treat melasma, a condition causing patches and spots on the facial region.
  • Other than melasma, freckles, and lentigines, acne scars respond well to the use of Hydroquinone. 
  • Available in OTC and prescription versions in 2% and 4% concentrations.

Tretinoin cream 0.025%

Acne, UV damage, and fine lines can all be remedied with a prescription for Tretinoin Cream. It comes in two strengths, 0.05% and 0.025%, and both of them require nightly use for best effects.