How Do I Contact Curology Customer Service?

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Curology is a prescription only acne medication that has been proven to help people of all ages with their acne. Curology is composed of three different medications that are mixed together to create a custom formula for each individual person. Curology not only clears up acne, but it also helps to prevent future breakouts from happening.

Curology is an easy to use medication that only requires you to apply it once a day, at night before you go to bed. Curology is a great option for those who are looking for an effective acne treatment that is also convenient and easy to use.

Curology customer service can be reached via at hello@curology.com or by text at 415-200-2060. For any medical questions or help with your Curology custom formula, pease message your Curology medical provider via our online portal.

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Where Is The Curology Located?

Curology is headquartered in San Diego, CA and has 3 office locations across 1 country.

Is Curology Sold In Stores?

No, Curology is not sold in stores. The products are only available for purchase on thir online store through Curology.com.

Is Curology Available In India?

At this time, Curology is not avilable in India. We are only licensed to see patients in select states within the United States.

Can I Get A Refund From Curology?

Yes, you may be eligible for a refund from Curology. To be eligible for a refund, you must contact hello@curology.com to cancel your subscription and request a refund on or before the 90th day after the completion of your treatment plan, including the day the consultation is completed. Returning patients signing up for our service again are not eligible for a refund.

How Do I Message My Dermatologist On Curology?

To message your dermatologist on Curology, frst login to your account on the Curology website. Once logged in, click the “Messages” tab at the top of the page, and then click “New Message.” From there, you can type a message to your dermatologist and send it.

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Can I Cancel Curology After Free Trial?

Yes, you can cancel Curology at any time. To begin the cancellation process, click ‘I want to cancel' at the bottom of your payment page. (You can access your payment page via the dropdown menu when logged in to your Curology account).

Does Curology Ask ID?

Yes, Curology asks for identification to ensure that the person receiving treatment is the person who is registered with the account. This is a standard procedure for most doctors' offices and helps to protect the of the patient's information. If you have any questions about this policy, you can email support@curology.com and our team would be happy to help.

Is Curology A Corporation?

Curology is a private company that was founded in 2014. It is based in San Diego, CA, US.

Is Curology Legal?

Curology is legal and in compliance with all applicable laws.

What Is The Curology Custom Bottle?

The Curology custom bottle is designed with an airless pump delivery system, which vacuums your face cream up to the top to dispense it instead of pumping it through a tube or straw. This helps to keep the prescription-strength ingredients inside fresh and potent for as long as possible.

Where Is Curology Shipped From?

Curology is shipped from our lab in San Diego or pharmacy in St. Louis.

Is Curology Only In America?

Curology is currently only avalable in the United States. The company has plans to expand internationally in the future, but there is no specific timeline or country list yet. Curology is an online-only service, so it's not available in physical locations outside of the U.S.

Is Tretinoin A Steroid?

Tretinoin is not a steroid. It is a synthetic retinoid derived from vitamin A, which is used to treat acne, reduce wrinkles, and improve the skin's texture and appearance.

Does Curology Actually Expire?

Yes, all skincare products expire. The reason for this is that the ingredients in them can break down over time, which can cause them to be less effective or even harmful. Curology is no exception – the ingredients in it will eventually expire, so it's important to keep track of the expiration date and make sure to discard it when it's reached.

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