While not all ingredients will be shown on the box or the flagged label (due to character count limitations on the Rx label), all active ingredients will be shown on the small RX sticker directly on the bottle. Additionally, you can be assured that each bottle will include all of the ingredients represented by that formula name unless stated otherwise. Click here to see where to find your formula information.
Example #1: If your bottle shows you have the Balanced formula of The Anti-Aging Night Cream you can be sure that the bottle will always contain Tretinoin .05%, Niacinamide 4%, and Hyaluronic Acid .5% unless otherwise started an ingredient has been removed.
Example #2: The Erase formula of The Spot Cream will always include Hydroquinone 12%, and Niacinamide 2% as outlined here. It will also contain Hydrocortisone 1% when it states “w/HC”. Note: Hydrocortisone was included in your initial fill to help your skin adjust to the medication and minimize any potential side effects. The refills will not contain it, as long-term use of steroids such as hydrocortisone is not recommended.
Example #3: Many formulas of The Spot Cream will include Kojic Acid. As Kojic Acid is an excipient ingredient (a substance formulated alongside active ingredients), it will not be listed as an active ingredient on the bottle.