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Peace out, pimples

Whether it’s weekly breakouts, uneven texture, dark spots or scarring—our medical team will prescribe a topical treatment that is right for you.
  • Authorized by Health Canada, prescribed online
  • 4 products available (see below)

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Acne

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3 brands to choose from

A complexion that’s clear

Get prescription topical treatments without having to wait weeks (or months) to see a dermatologist. No referrals, no waiting rooms, no wasted time. Clinical-strength acne treatments that are right for you, delivered direct to your door.

Generic brands offered​

Adapalene (Differin)
Adapalene is a topical retinoid primarily used in the treatment of mild-moderate acne. It is effective against acne conditions where comedones are predominant.
Benzoyl Peroxide + Adapalene (Tactupump)
A combination of Adapalene and Benzoyl peroxide works by unplugging oil glands in the skin while reducing inflammation and killing bacteria associated with acne.
Clindamycin + Benzoyl Peroxide (Clindoxyl)
Clindamycin is an antibiotic that stops the growth of acne-causing bacteria. Benzoyl peroxide can also stop the growth of bacteria as well as reduce oil production in the skin, helping keep your pores open.
Dapsone (Aczone)
Dapsone is a topical treatment for acne vulgaris in patients 12 years of age and older. It utilizes the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory active ingredient dapsone to heal and manage the breakouts.
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Acne

What is acne?
Acne is an inflammatory skin disorder, involving the pilosebaceous glands of the skin. It is the most common skin disorder, which typically starts during puberty, but can start at any point in a person’s life.  Acne can present in a variety of severties and includes the presence of open comedones (blackheads), closed comedones (whiteheads), inflammatory papules, and inflammatory cysts.
Causes of Acne:
Acne is caused by a variety of factors. It can be caused by a combination of microbes on the skin (P. acnes) , increased sebum (oil) production from skin glands, inflammatory reaction from the immune system. Hormones, diet, genetics and other factors may also contribute to acne.

There are a variety of topical treatments available to treat acne that are safe and effective. Many products are available over the counter (without a prescription), although treatments available by prescription generally are more effective, as they are higher strength.

The most common topical ingredients are benzoyl peroxide, clindamycin, azelaic acid, dapsone, and vitamin-A derivatives or retinoids. These ingredients are either antibacterial, comedolytic (breaks down comedones) or both.  Combination products are also available for treatment of acne. Successful treatment of acne improves self-esteem, confidence, and can reduce or eliminate the appearance of scars. Most topical products are well tolerated, however they tend to cause dryness and irritation, especially during the first 4-6 weeks of treatment. Benzoyl peroxide in particular can bleach clothes and bedding.

Accutane:

Accutane (isotretinoin) is an oral vitamin-a derivative (retinoid) used in the treatment of moderate and severe acne. It can induce the clearing and sustained remission of acne. Before starting treatment with accutane, baseline blood work is required, and women of childbearing potential must do a baseline pregnancy test, as well as use two methods of contraception. This is because vitamin A is a potent teratogen (can harm the growth of a fetus).
Short Acne:
Acne is an inflammatory skin disorder, involving the pilosebaceous glands of the skin. It is the most common skin disorder, which typically starts during puberty, but can start at any point in a person’s life.

The most common topical ingredients are benzoyl peroxide, clindamycin, azelaic acid, dapsone, and vitamin-A derivatives or retinoids. These ingredients are either antibacterial, comedolytic (breaks down comedones) or both.

Successful treatment of acne improves self-esteem, confidence, and can reduce or eliminate the appearance of scars. Most topical products are well tolerated, however they tend to cause dryness and irritation, especially during the first 4-6 weeks of treatment.