Your Apostrophe visit is only $20, which we give back to you – taking it off the cost of your prescription.
Tretinoin Formula treats hyperpigmentation (dark spots) and minimizes the aging caused by UV exposure.
Adult acne doesn’t stand a chance. Tretinoin Formula helps antibiotics and other medications penetrate the skin and reduce acne-causing bacteria.
Tretinoin Formula helps decrease wrinkles and fine lines while preventing the degradation of the dermis (the deeper layer of our skin) caused by UV exposure.
Tretinoin strength customized to your needs (0.018% - 0.1%) during your visit with an Apostrophe dermatologist.
The dermatologist gold standard for keeping skin youthful.
Sheds dead skin cells and promotes collagen growth.
Improves skin tone and skin’s natural radiance.
Improves hyperpigmentation and decreases inflammation.
We're never too old for a little show & tell. It takes just a few minutes to answer some medical questions and send a few pictures.
You're one-of-a-kind so your treatment should be, too. Your dermatologist will craft a personalized treatment plan, including prescription medication.
Sit back and relax. Your prescription will arrive at your front door and shipping is always free.
June 20, 2019
The service is incredibly quick! The doctor replied very quickly, I received my order, and the follow-up communication makes me feel confident in the process!
July 27, 2019
I really loved how easy it was to sign on and how fast I got a response and care plan from the doctor. The prices are also awesome!
August 05, 2019
I love how easy and cost effective it was to get my tretinoin. I also really like it mixed with the niacinamide. I'm tolerating it very well and look forward to continuing improvement in my skin. Also love that the prescription is mailed to me and I don't have to go to the pharmacy and deal with their fluctuating pricing.
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