A convenient way to control eczema flare-ups. 

Order prescription triamcinolone cream 0.1 percent solution (generic Kenalog) online and have it delivered right to your door (if prescribed). Eczema must be diagnosed before treatment can begin.

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Custom treatments starting at $15/month

(shipped and billed quarterly)

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Disclaimer: The information provided on this page is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any questions or concerns about your health, please talk to a healthcare provider.

Frequently asked

Triamcinolone cream, when applied correctly, relieves symptoms of inflammation, including itching and redness.

It's essential to keep in mind that you might feel much better right away and be tempted to stop the treatment. However, it's crucial to complete the entire course as directed by your doctor or nurse practitioner, usually two weeks. If not, the flare-up may come back sooner.

Triamcinolone is a medium potency steroid cream. Steroid creams, including triamcinolone, are considered effective for both treatment of active eczema as well as prevention of flare-ups and are recommended by the American Academy of Dermatology as first-line treatment.

If used in large amounts for long periods, Triamcinolone cream can cause thinning of the skin. Triamcinolone cream's most common side effects include burning, itching, irritation, and dryness. Please read the important safety information for a complete list of interactions and potential side effects.

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We use telemedicine technology to connect you with a  U.S. licensed healthcare professional who can provide eczema treatment conveniently and inexpensively.

It starts with your online visit. Your doctor or nurse practitioner needs to know about your general health and how eczema affects you.

They also need an unedited photo of you and of your ID (that shows your face and birthdate) so they know who they will be helping, as well as a photo of the affected area(s) to confirm the diagnosis. They review everything, determine if you're a candidate for telemedicine and whether treatment is right for you, and if so , they will send you a personalized treatment plan.

The treatment plan will include a great deal of information about eczema. It is important that you take the time to read it all to be informed and better prepared to manage your condition.

At this time, we are only offering treatment for eczema if you have previously been diagnosed with eczema by a doctor or other healthcare provider.

Skin conditions may sometimes be difficult to definitively diagnose by telemedicine. At this time, we are only offering treatment for eczema if you have previously been diagnosed with eczema by a doctor or other healthcare provider.

Yes, triamcinolone cream may be used for prevention of flare-ups, if directed by your doctor or nurse practitioner. Long term steroid use may be associated with side effects, so it's important to keep your healthcare professional in the loop about the severity of your flare-ups so they can recommend the best treatment for you.

Steroid cream, including triamcinolone, is considered adequate for both treatment of active eczema and prevention of flare-ups and is recommended by the American Academy of Dermatology as first-line treatment based on large volumes of high-quality studies*. Triamcinolone (0.1%) cream may not be appropriate for everyone. To learn more about side effects and contraindications, see “What are the side effects of eczema treatment” below and read Important Safety Information for triamcinolone cream.

*Eichenfield LF, Tom WL, Berger TG, et al. Guidelines of care for the management of atopic dermatitis: section 2. Management and treatment of atopic dermatitis with topical therapies. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2014;71(1):116-32.

Triamcinolone cream can cause redness, dryness, itching, and irritation at the sites where it's applied. These effects are usually mild and can be helped by ensuring the skin is adequately moisturized. More severe side effects that can happen with prolonged use or if large amounts are used over large surface areas include thinning skin, stretch marks, or impaired wound healing. These can be avoided by only using the smallest amount of cream necessary for the shortest duration of time required (usually two weeks) to reduce your symptoms. Suppose you have concerns about side effects or think you might be having side effects from your eczema treatment. In that case, you can reach out to your Dapper-affiliated healthcare professional at any time.