Triamcinolone 0.1% Ointment & Cream
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Clinically-recommended medications & affordable out-of-pocket prices.
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Triamcinolone 0.1% is a topical corticosteroid clinically proven to soothe stubborn symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, and seborrheic dermatitis by slowing down the skin’s overactive immune activity that leads to inflammation. It typically takes about 2 weeks to get symptoms under control, and some may start to feel relief after just a few applications. Triamcinolone 0.1%, like other corticosteroids, comes in different strengths and forms (cream, ointment, gel, foam, and lotion). Our medical providers will learn about your unique symptoms and medical history to determine the best fit for your skin.
✓ Treating eczema and psoriasis at its source
✓ Reducing the amount and severity of eczema and psoriasis
✓ Promoting healthy and relieved skin
Nurx has partnered with Facet, an online dermatology clinic, to get you the eczema and psoriasis relief you deserve. Facet’s medical providers are specifically trained in diagnosing and treating eczema and psoriasis with 30+ prescription and non-prescription medications—which are then delivered to your door.
See why 1,000,000+ patients have trusted Nurx and its partners for medical care online:
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✓ Unlimited, ongoing medical care from an app
✓ Access to medical care beyond dermatology
✓ Insurance accepted on first-time consultations
Medical care limited by number of credits
Only skin care
Insurance not accepted
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