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Stieve A cream is a prescription acne treatment medication that is effective for getting rid of acne. The primary ingredient in this medicated acne cream is Tretinoin, and it works to promote skin’s outer laying growing more quickly. This makes it more difficult for acne to develop and blemishes disappear faster when people use Stieva A cream. Acne medications are often needed for those who don’t get good results from OTC acne creams. Doctors know Stieva A cream uses and will write you a prescription for Stieva A cream if it’s clear you are struggling with acne.
You can buy Stieva A Cream with a prescription at most pharmacies, and you’ll always have the best price on this product when order medication from Canada Pharmacy.
Wash the area of skin that is to be treated and dry thoroughly before applying the medicated acne cream.
Apply a small amount of Stieva A Cream on your fingertip and spread it over skin where acne lesions appear. You do not need much to lightly cover the affected areas. Do not try to rub the medication into the skin.
Apply Rx acne cream once a day, and most people use it near their bedtime. Do not apply more often than once each day.
The active ingredient in Stieva A cream is Tretinoin.
For topical use on skin only. Stieva A cream uses will not have you ingest medication orally or use in any other manner.
Keep medication away from the corners of the nose, mouth, eyes, and any other easily irritated areas. Avoid applying excess amounts to avoid medication running into the eyes or other areas.
Stieva A cream should not be applied to areas of the skin where you have eczema, severely inflamed skin, or open skin lesions.
Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight should be avoided while using Stieva A cream for acne. If it cannot be avoided then you should use a high-SPF sunscreen and wear a hat that shades your face while you’re in the sun.
There is the possibility of drug interactions risks with use of Stieva A and other medications and / or supplements, including benzoyl peroxide, and medications that increase the skin's sensitivity to sunlight (common examples being: isotretinoin, sulfamethoxazole, trimethoprim, minocycline, and ciprofloxacin), medicated or abrasive soaps and cleansers, multivitamins with vitamin A. This includes products with high concentrations of alcohol, astringents, spices, lime, skin preparations containing sulfur, resorcinol, salicylic acid, and soaps / cosmetics with a strong drying effect.
Tell your doctor of all medications and OTC medication or supplements you are currently taking before getting a prescription to buy Stieva A cream.
Side effects from using Stieva A acne cream are uncommon, but some users may experience burning, stinging, warmth, or tingling sensation of the skin. Other possible side effects are:
If any side effects are observed and continue then you should stop using this medicated acne cream and meet your doctor again to discuss effective acne treatments.