Yes, we are successfully delivering affordable prescription drugs throughout the coronavirus crisis.
TOLL-FREE PHONE: 1-866-539-5330
TOLL-FREE FAX: 1-866-539-5331

Buy Stieva A Cream - Alternative to Retin A Cream Online

A prescription is required for this item.
No generic alternative is available at this time.
BRAND LISTING - Stieva A Cream - Alternative to Retin A Cream (Tretinoin Cream)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
.01%
.025%
.05%
.10%

STIEVA A CREAM (TRETINOIN CREAM)

Stieva A Cream Description

Stieva A Cream is a form of vitamin A known as a retinoid that your doctor may recommend to treat your acne, a common skin condition that can cause redness, inflammation, and scarring unless you control the acne before it gets that far. There is no cure for acne, but regular use of Stieva A Cream can help clear it up and maintain healthy looking skin.

Improve Skin Cell Cycle to Help Fight Acne

Stieva A Cream (Tretinoin Cream) is a prescription strength cream that is applied topically to treat acne. Stieva A Cream contains Tretinoin which affects the way your skin cells grow, causing it to shed more rapidly in order to expel the dead skin cells that can exacerbate your condition and possibly leave scars. You have to be patient while using Stieva A Cream as it can take from 3 to 6 months before you notice any benefits of clearer skin.

Acne Information and Risk Factors

Acne is a common skin condition caused by inflammation of the hair follicles and oil-producing sebaceous glands of the skin. It occurs when sebaceous glands in the skin are over-stimulated to produce sebum and skin cells are not shed normally. These sticky cells block the skin's hair follicles, trapping the sebum. The blocked, oil-filled follicle then causes the bacteria normally in the hair follicles to multiply which leads to inflammation, redness and pimples. An overproduction of sebum is often evident in those who have acne and is one of the signs marking the start of puberty, although adults can be prone to outbreaks of acne as well.

Factors that may lead to acne include heavy sweating, problems with adrenal glands or ovaries, oily cosmetics, humidity, medications such as Lithium and various steroids. Stieva A Cream helps to clear the skin of plugged follicles by increasing the turnover of skin cells. Acne may be mild (a few occasional pimples), moderate (inflammatory papules), or severe (nodules and cysts). Treatment will be dictated by the severity of the condition.

Before Stieva A Cream is Prescribed

Some medical conditions or medications may interact with Stieva A Cream. Be sure to advise your doctor of any Rx and over the counter medications you currently take or use, including vitamins and supplements. Before using Stieva A Cream, be sure to tell your doctor if you have: eczema; an abnormally high white blood cell count; diabetes; or sunburn. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breast-feeding as it is not known if Stieva A Cream poses any harmful effects. If you become pregnant while using Stieva A Cream, call your doctor.

Stieva A Cream Precautions and Recommendations

Stieva A Cream may make your skin more sensitive to sunlight. You should avoid prolonged sun exposure, tanning booths, and sunlamps to avoid burning. Your skin may appear to be getting worse at first, be patient! Some people may find it too harsh and only apply Stieva A Cream and other retinoids every 2 or 3 days until their skin is used to the active ingredient.

Possible Side Effects of Stieva A Cream

  • Dry skin
  • Peeling skin
  • Skin redness
  • Burning or stinging sensation

You should advise your doctor immediately if you experience any of the following more severe side effects; blistering, severe burning or swelling of the skin, crusting, eye redness and watering, darkening or lightening of skin color.

Drugs Similar to Stieva A Cream

The information provided on the NorthWestPharmacy.com website is intended to facilitate awareness about healthcare products and medical conditions generally but it is not a substitute for professional medical attention or advice. You should always speak with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking any prescription or non-prescription drug.