Tretinoin (Brand names: Retin-A, Avita, Atralin) is a generic medication prescribed for the treatment of acne and other skin conditions when applied topically. The oral form of Tretinoin can treat a certain type of leukemia. The topical form is a derivative of vitamin A. It works by helping skin cells grow and die more rapidly.
The rapid turnover of skin cells helps prevent new pimples. Other topical medications should not be used with tretinoin unless advised by your healthcare provider. Tretinoin in the U.S. may be purchased at lower cost than in Canada and other international pharmacies. Be sure to compare prices before you buy. You can find discounts on tretinoin 0.025 % at local U.S. pharmacies by using the drug discount coupon search at the bottom of this page. You can save money on the brand version of tretinoin 0.025 % using PharmacyChecker-accredited online pharmacies. We found packaging of Tretinoin cream sold in the U.S. that indicates it is manufactured in Canada, New Jersey, and Texas. Packaging of tretinoin capsules sold in the U.S. indicate that they are manufactured in New Zealand. We found packaging of Tretinoin gel sold in the U.S. indicating that it was made in Canada and Texas.
The total price includes shipping fees which typically cover an entire order, making it more economical to purchase multiple medications in the same order.
U.S. government officials have stated that individuals who order non-controlled prescription drugs from Canada or other foreign sources (up to a three-month supply) for their own use are not being pursued or prosecuted - although it is technically not legal for individuals to import most prescription drugs. The U.S FDA regulates the safety and efficacy of medications sold in U.S. pharmacies. Medications dispensed from outside the U.S. are regulated for safety and efficacy by pharmaceutical/pharmacy regulatory authorities in other countries. Read how regulations may differ by country.
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