Aging (Fine Lines and Wrinkles)

Who should receive treatment for fine lines and wrinkles?

Normally referred to as wrinkles, fine lines and wrinkles develop on the skin, particularly on the sun-exposed parts of the body, like the face, neck, and arms. Wrinkles are a natural part of aging, but the condition can appear at different stages of a person’s life depending on a person’s geneti... continue reading

How does treatment for fine lines and wrinkles work?

A board-certified dermatologist can help diagnose and come up with a treatment plan for your wrinkles using RxDefine’s safe and effective telemedicine platform.To start, complete a medical questionnaire to help the clinician learn more about the patient’s overall health history. From there, the q... continue reading

Why do I need to upload photos of my wrinkles?

The intake questionnaire will ask patients to upload high-resolution images illustrating their wrinkles. These images help the clinician assess the condition and which can help them make the proper diagnosis. These images are only reviewed by the medical practitioner and are stored safely in your... continue reading

What type of medication is prescribed for fine lines and wrinkles?

In accordance with clinical protocols built by board-certified dermatologists, the medical practitioner may prescribe the following medication: Renova (tretinoin) 0.02% cream Altreno (tretinoin) 0.05% lotion Retin-A (tretinoin) Tretinoin  Differin (adapalene) 0.3 % gel  Treatment options can al... continue reading