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Tri-luma (also known by the generic name Tretinoin / Fluocinolone / Hydroquinone) is a topical medicine that is used to treat dark patches of skin on the face (a condition called Melasma). This medicine is made up of three different medicines that work together to treat Melasma.
Tretinoin is a retinoid. It works by helping the skin maintain a normal cell turnover rate. Retinoids are substances that are derived from vitamin A.
Fluocinolone is a corticosteroid. It works by decreasing inflammation in the skin which can make the symptoms of skin irritations less severe.
Hydroquinone is a depigmenting agent. It is made of small molecules that react with exposure to air to lighten dark areas of skin.
This medicine comes in the form of a topical cream.
You can buy cheap Tri-luma online now.
You can buy Tri-luma or other Canadian prescriptions online with a Canadian pharmacy.
What are the side effects of Tri-luma (Tretinoin/Fluocinolone/Hydroquinone)?
Side effects with the use of Tri-luma may include skin affects such as mild burning, warmth, stinging, tingling, itching, redness, swelling, dryness, or peeling at the application sites, acne, bumps, or blisters.
More severe side effects are possible and may include darkening of the treated areas, severe skin irritation, oozing bumps, scaling, crusting, and burning of the treated areas or of the eyes, nose, and mouth. If these or more severe symptoms are experienced while using this medicine on your skin, stop its use and call your doctor right away.
Allergic reactions with the use of Tri-luma are possible and may present as a sudden rash, itchiness or swelling of the skin, mouth, or throat, and difficulty breathing. Seek emergency medical care if you suspect you are having an allergic reaction to this drug.
What precautions are advised when using Tri-luma (Tretinoin/Fluocinolone/Hydroquinone)?
Certain medicines may interact with how Tri-luma works in your body. These may include certain antibiotics and anti-fungal drugs, drugs for water retention, birth control pills or other hormones, some immunosuppressive drugs, and any herbal or nutritional supplements you may be taking.
It is advised that patients do not take vitamin A or supplements containing vitamin A while using Tri-luma.
Avoid direct exposure to the sun or artificial sun rays and use sunscreen when going outdoors while using this medicine.
In some cases, the skin may get worse before it gets better. Do not stop using this medicine unless advised to do so by your doctor.
Long-term use of corticosteroids, particularly at high doses, may lead to symptoms that adversely affect the skin, hair, and hormonal changes, particularly menstrual issues and sex drive. If you have concerns about long-term use of Tri-luma, discuss this with your doctor.
Women who are pregnant or nursing should not use Tri-luma and women already using this drug are advised against becoming pregnant due to birth defects Tri-luma can cause to an unborn baby.
What happens with an overdose of Tri-luma (Tretinoin/Fluocinolone/Hydroquinone)?
Overdose with Tri-luma is unlikely to produce any life-threatening effects, however, contact you doctor if you feel you have used too much of this drug.
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