Aklief cream is a prescription acne treatment cream used for acne vulgaris treatment. It is a retinoid medication with an active ingredient – Trifarotene – that works by targeting retinoic acid RAR gamma receptors so that sebaceous glands produce less sebum and pores are less clogged as a result. It also promotes blemished healing more quickly and another part of the appeal for Aklief 0.005 topical cream is that it is equally effective for truncal acne treatment when acne is on the chest, shoulders, and back. Buy Aklief cream from Diabetic Online and get the lowest Aklief cream price.
Gently cleanse and dry affected skin areas. Make sure skin is entirely dry before application.
Apply a thin layer of Aklief 0.00 topical cream 1x each day in the evening.
Use a larger amount if acne covers back areas.
Wash hands with soap and water after application.
The active ingredient in Aklief Cream is Trifarotene.
For use with ages 12 and up.
Tell your doctor of any history of eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, or skin allergies before starting on Aklief cream.
For topical use on skin only. Keep topical acne cream away from mouth, nose, eyes, and ears.
Medication use can increase sun sensitivity for skin. Cover, use shade or sun protection if going to have prolonged exposure to direct sun on treated skin.
Medication may cause skin dryness or irritation.
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should only use Aklief cream if their doctor approves it.
Negative drug interactions between Aklief Cream and other Rx medications are a possibility, including aminolevulinic acid / benzoyl peroxide topical / clascoterone topical / isotretinoin / methoxsalen / methyl aminolevulinate topical / porfimer / resorcinol topical / salicylic acid topical / sulfur topical/ verteporfin.
Inform your doctor of all medications you are currently taking before receiving a prescription and proceeding to buy Aklief cream online.
Aklief side effects can occur, and some users may have itching or redness at the application site, or in rare cases may have pain or skin rash. If side effects are seen, you may want to stop use and talk to your doctor again regarding medicated acne cream treatment alternatives.