About Curology

Curology offers tailor-made skincare products that promise to treat both acne and aging. Using prescription-only ingredients, Curology will blend a personalized formula for you based off of your medical history, photos, and skin goals.

Each personalized formula will contain three active ingredients chosen for your skin from the following treatments:

  • Acne: Curology says that drugstore products may get rid of 30 percent of your acne. However, they claim that “prescription treatments like ours can eliminate 90 percent.” This formula includes azelaic acid, clindamycin, niacinamide, tretinoin, and zinc pyrithione.
  • Clogged pores: To help relieve plugs and clogged pores, Curology blends a mix of tretinoin, a topical prescription acne treatment similar to Retin-A, azelaic acid, clindamycin, niacinamide, and zinc pyrithione
  • Dark spots: Curlology claims that, when used with sun protection, their formula containing azelaic acid, niacinamide, and tretinoin can help to fade the dark spots caused by sun exposure and acne.
  • Firmness: According to their website, an independent clinical study (meaning that it was performed by a third party), showed a 38 percent increase in firmness within eight weeks of using their custom formula that includes tretinoin and vitamin C.
  • Texture: Curology claims that their formula, which includes tretinoin, can help to regenerate skin cells, improve glow, and smooth your skin’s surface.
  • Wrinkles: Similar to their formula addressing firmness, the active ingredients in Curology’s wrinkle formula are tretinoin and vitamin C.

A custom blend of prescription-strength active ingredients sounds promising. However, how can Curology offer regulated ingredients through a website?

How Does Curology Work?

Instead of an in-office visit to describe your skin concerns, the first step to using Curology is taking a questionnaire. Because it’s in lieu of meeting with a dermatologist face-to-face, signing up isn’t a short process. We’ve broken it down into the sections below:

1. Sharing Your Skin Goals

Screenshot of curology.comImage via Curology

First, to learn about your skin goals, the questionnaire asks that you choose which aspects of your complexion you’d like to treat. You can pick as many as you’d like. However, since the formulas are blended with three active ingredients, I limited my selection to three: clogged pores, firmness, and skin texture.

Screenshot of curology.comImage via Curology

Next, you’re asked to select your skin type. While this might seem fairly straightforward, it’s slightly disconcerting that there are no descriptions to help guide your selection—similar to the previous step. As someone who has neither oily or dry skin, it’s also frustrating to see that there is no option for “normal,” which is different from “combination” as the latter suggests an oily t-zone and dry cheeks.

Screenshot of curology.comImage via Curology

After selecting your skin type, Curology gives you the opportunity to specify which areas of skin are of concern, including your face, neck, shoulders/ back/ chest, or other. You can select as many areas as apply.

How many pimples did you get in the last week? That’s one of the last questions in the skin-goals section of Curology’s questionnaire. Finally, they ask how often you wear sunscreen or other forms of SPF. What level of SPF or how often it’s applied isn’t specified—important information we’re pretty sure an in-person derm would want to double check.

2. Have Your Medical History Handy

To gain a better understanding of your health, Curology asks the following questions:

  • Are you using a product containing a non-prescription retinoid, such as retinol or retinyl palmitate?
  • Which product are you using, is it working, and does it irritate your skin?
  • Have you ever used any prescription topicals (creams, gels, etc.) for acne or skin aging? If the answer is yes, you’re allowed to select from a long list of possible products.
  • Are you currently using the product? If the answer is yes, you’ll select the specific brand and concentration of the product. For example, since I had said yes to tretinoin, a topical treatment similar to Retin-A, I was shown a list of the nine different creams and gels in that category, and asked to select what I use.
  • Next, you’re asked to describe how your skin feels when using the previously specified products. Please note that, if you have not previously used any prescription topicals for your skin, you’ll likely be able to skip this section.

After gaining a thorough understanding of your skin history, Curology gets down to some more general medical queries. These will include your gender, then, if you’re female, a bunch of additional questions relating to hormonal birth control.

Because prescription acne products shouldn’t be used while pregnant, Curology requires female customers to agree that they are not pregnant or nursing—and they’ll notify their dermatology provider if they become so in the future.

Before ending this section of the questionnaire, you are given the opportunity to tell your dermatology provider any additional information, such as your skincare routine, or make special requests for your medication.

What’s Included In Your Curology Membership?

Joining Curology’s subscription program includes the following benefits:

  • Prescription-strength skincare, which Curology claims is custom-formulated to address your specific needs.
  • Real dermatology care through what Curology calls your dermatology provider. You’re given the name of your dermatology provider and some information about their background and experience during the signup process. For example, I was assigned Rachel Rivard, a Family Nurse Practitioner with four years of primary care experience.
  • Unlimited free shipping of your custom prescription, meaning that your order will be shipped as often as needed.

Note that our dermatology provider, Rachel Rivard, did not have previous dermatology experience before joining the Curology team. While still a licensed medical professional, her bio explains that she received extensive training with Curology's board-certified dermatologists.

This is technically in line with Curology’s About section, in which they claim to pair you with a “licensed dermatology provider for personalized acne and anti-aging treatment,” we feel that some customers could be misled by that wording into believing that they’ll receive attention from a licensed dermatologist.

Will it affect the quality of dermatology care that you receive through Curology? Likely not, as long as you remember that Curology is a service focused on skincare, not to identify potential abnormal moles or explore other unrelated conditions.

Instead, plan on reaching out to your dermatology provider only with questions and concerns that relate to your Curology products, such as if your skin feels too dry. This allows your dermatology provider to give you a less irritating formula and continue customizing your skincare.

Curology Membership Pricing & Refund Policies

Curology members are charged $19.95 each month. This cost includes a 90-day supply of your custom-blended skincare formula.

What if you run out of your Curology formula before 90 days? The company states that you are always free to request an earlier shipment. Additionally, they promise to never charge extra based on the frequency of shipment, and, again, there is no extra charge for shipping and handling.

That means that the total cost of a Curology membership is slightly less than $240 per year. When compared with seeing an in-person dermatologist, which can be hundreds or thousands, that’s a great deal.

Your Curology membership also includes the above-mentioned access to your dermatology provider. They state that most new members contact their dermatology providers every 30-90 days as treatment begins to adjust your formula. However, there are no extra fees for more frequent contact. Once your formula is working well for you, Curology does require that you check in a minimum of once a year—a requirement when using any prescription-strength medication.

There is no minimum commitment when signing up for Curology, meaning that you can cancel at anytime.

If you’re not satisfied with your Curology formula, the company promises to refund 100 percent of your charge. Note that this is only valid for the first 90 days, and is not applied automatically. To request a refund, email Curology’s customer service at support@curology.com for further instructions.

Curology does not accept health insurance to cover the cost of your membership. However, if you have a Health Savings Account or Flexible Spending Account, your consultation may qualify as a deductible expense—check with your provider to be sure.

Curology Reviews: What Are Customers Saying About It?

Curology, previously known as PocketDerm, has a devoted following of customers who have shared their positive skin changes.

Positive skin changesImage via Reddit

The Reddit user whose image is shared above stated that her acne has visibly reduced in three months. She also shared her personalized formula on the forum:

“At first, it was 4% Niacinamide 1% Clindamycin 4% Azelaic Acid. It changed to .018% Tretinoin 1 % Clindamycin 8% Azelaic Acid at the start of September.”

The PocketDerm referral thread is out of date, as the company has changed their name and promotional offers. However, it’s also full of Curology members sharing their positive experiences, many of whom say that their formula resulted in completely clear skin, including this review:

“Pocketderm has literally saved my face from painful hormonal cysts. Right now I just have some scarring/PIH/PIE to work on. Overall, very satisfied with pocketderm and Dr. Satur is both responsive warm to all my questions.

My Rx is spironolactone (75 mg daily at night) with 4% niacinamide / 1% clindamycin / 4% azelaic acid.

Background: I was a student experiencing THE WORST cystic breakouts of my life along my jaw. literally wanted to cry whenever I looked in the mirror. I tried to see a dermatologist, but my primary care physician would not refer me to one without seeing her first.. Her first available appointment was 2 months away and the cysts were starting to spread along from my jaw to the sides of my face. I figured it was hormonal cuz I never had this type of acne before and I was getting desperate. I could NOT wait 2 months so I looked to Pocketderm.

Yes, I was wary about Pocketderm actually working, but I was more desperate to get my clear skin back. After I got my order, it took about 2-3 months before the cysts all disappeared and I just have some marks left that I need to fade (using MUA lactic acid and fade peels).

Currently I still use Pocketderm as a preventative measure. I still get random tiny pimples once every couple weeks (but no more cysts) and the pimples just shrink overnight. I'm very satisfied with the results and customer service. Plus it's great that you can order more without charge.”

I found this particular review interesting as her prescription shows that Curology isn’t just prescribing one-size-fits-all topical treatments for members, but are actually evaluating your skincare needs and blending custom treatments as claimed.

Additionally, I couldn’t help but feel excited to read that their prescriptions included oral treatments, including spironolactone, as that was the only medication which worked to treat my own acne after years of trying different prescriptions, including Accutane.

Related: Got Pimples? How to Treat Adult Acne

Will Curology Work For You?

Considering the heaps of positive reviews that we were able to find for Curology’s telemedicine approach to tailor-made skin care, we feel confident suggesting that those who are struggling might find relief with their products. Further, we were unable to locate any negative reviews of Curology’s claims to provide attentive care.

What about Curology’s anti-aging treatments? While the above reviews focuse more on clogged pores, we double checked Curology’s ingredients and found evidence supporting that their anti-aging formulas are equally effective. For example, vitamin C and niacinamide are antioxidants known to fade hyperpigmentation, and tretinoin (the active ingredient in Retin-A) is known to boost cell turnover.

Considering the out-of-pocket cost of seeing a dermatologist, Curology’s low-fee membership plan is definitely appealing to those who have basic medical coverage, or aren’t covered at all. However, even when you have insurance, seeing a dermatologist can sometimes take months—whereas Curology promises that their dermatology providers will get back to you within 24-48 hours.

While telemedicine and online consultations might appear fly-by-night, it appears that Curology really does strive to offer everything that they claim: custom skincare treatments that are conveniently delivered to your door. Just remember that there are certain medications, such as Accutane, that they are unable to prescribe due to the severity of side effects.

The bottom line? If you struggle with mild to moderate acne or anti-aging concerns, the low cost of membership and satisfaction guarantee means that there’s minimal risk to trying out Curology’s custom skincare formulas.

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26 Consumer Reviews for Curology

Average Consumer Rating: 3.8
Rating Snapshot:
5 star: 17 4 star: 1 3 star: 0 2 star: 1 1 star:  7
Bottom Line: 69% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    The worst!

    • Nov 5, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    Do not try Curology! Don’t even waste your money on this product. It doesn’t work! I contacted their help center and they were no help. The site clearly says to try it out and if it doesn’t work, you get a refund. That’s what I asked for and I got the run around.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Nov 6, 2017

      Curology,

      Hi Briana,

      I'm sorry to hear our team was unable to help.

      We do offer a 90-day money back guarantee. Should you elect to cancel within that timeframe and are unsatisfied with our service and your results, we're happy to issue a refund to your account.

      If you believe you qualify for a refund, do let us know and we'll be happy to review your case.

      If you have any additional questions, don't hesitate to email us at support@curology.com.

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Curology, does it really work?

    • Denver, CO,
    • Sep 21, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    I don't ever write reviews, pretty much never, but ugh, I feel guilty not sharing Curology to the world. You guys, I've tried other screams/natural remedies. Nothing worked. My face had almost no spots that were clear skin.

    In about three months of using Curology, IT WORKED.

    Just try it. If you're debating on the money, it's only $20 a month. Just try it. At least for a couple of months. YOU'RE WELCOME.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 6 out 9 people found this review helpful

    Worse off than before

    I tried Curology for 3 months and have come out the other side much, much worse. I went through 5 different formulas and will give Curology props that their “dermatology providers” were attentive and always responded swiftly with helpful information (how qualified this advice actually is, is yet to be determined).

    However, each of these formulas made me break out in areas I've never had issues with, completely dried out my skin to the point of slight pain when smiling/etc, and did nothing to my enlarged pores (in fact, each formula made me break out with many whiteheads, which is unusual for my skin).

    It did absolutely nothing for my existing issues and only created new ones. I have requested a full refund for each product, as Curology did not even come close to their assertions of clearer skin. As someone who struggles with acne, I know that your skin has to get used to products, but it shouldn't take 3 months and you wind up WORSE OFF than when you began. Shame on Curology.

    They really don't have too many tricks up their sleeves when it comes to formulations, and you mostly get a “give it time” or “dilute it with moisturizer” responses. If I could give it zero stars I would. Stay away. I know this seems like a better option than going to a dermatologist, but it isn't!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    I wish I had this before I was 30

    • Seattle, WA,
    • Sep 5, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    I would like to share this because there might be people out there who can benefit from this. The product that (I think!) changed my life is Curology!

    I used to have really deep painful huge acne cysts. I would not get a lot of them at once, but the ones I got were massive. I have been using the product for 4.5 months, and my skin has been clearer than it has ever been in my life for the last 3.5 months. Don't get me wrong, it is still not perfect, and I still have clogged pores and tiny things here and there which might never go away, but it is NOTHING compared to what I used to have. I went from applying heavy foundation religiously no matter where I went to not wearing any or wearing very little (like BB cream) makeup.

    I have no interest in promoting this company. All I know is that over the past few months my quality of life and self-confidence increased tremendously, and if there is someone there who I could help experience the same, I would be happy.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 6 out 12 people found this review helpful

    Worst experience ever, they suck, they trick people

    • New York,
    • Aug 30, 2017
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    So, I was expecting good results since all of these people said "oh my god, it's a miracle worker" and "oh wow, all my acne is gone" and they posted up all these pictures and all these nice ratings. And then I went to get the trial version. AND THEN my face got worse than better.

    They trick you with sponsoring their ads and all these people that get better with their "Serum" but in reality, it makes your face worse with a lot of break outs that freaking hurt, and I looked even worse than before.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Sep 9, 2017

      Mary Jane

      Did you try contacting the doctor that was assigned to you at all to change your formula? Or did you just give up and got your money back?

    • Sep 12, 2017

      Curology,

      Hi Angie,

      So sorry to hear you had such a poor experience. Do know that it can take time for any prescription acne treatment to work (including Curology), so we do encourage you to stick with it and utilize your Curology provider for any concerns you may have along the way.

      It can be common for your skin to get worse before it gets better as your skin clears out and adjusts to your prescription. Please don't hesitate to check in with your provider with new photos and he or she will be happy to help determine if this is the normal progression of your treatment or if any adjustments need to be made to help get you back on track.

      If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email us at support@curology.com, we're happy to help however we can.

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Very happy

    I have had acne from the moment I hit puberty to this day, and for those five years nothing I tried helped my breakouts until I saw Curology. I thought I'd give it a chance since they had a free month trial, and in the span of that first month, I noticed a drastic difference.

    My redness was slowly clearing, I was having less breakouts, and my skin was becoming more smooth. The customer service is very good. I have not had one problem, and my provided specialist is quick to answer my questions. I was even given a free bottle after one had already shipped because I wanted to try and change the formula because I was starting to break out a little more than normal.

    I could not be happier with the results I have been getting the past few months. After years of thinking I would never find something to help my breakouts, Curology came to the rescue. I would highly recommend giving it a try!

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 9 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Terrible customer service and possible scam!

    I received the first bottle and was thrilled with the formula. It worked as well (perhaps better) than previous prescriptions I'd gotten for basically the same product in separate bottles. However, the "one month's" supply lasted only a couple of weeks, and the reviewer who stated that the bottom was a 1/4 inch or so from the top was being accurate. Then, when I attempted to send new photos to my provider and to order an "extra" bottle, I received no help whatsoever.

    When the provider finally contacted me, she stated that my bottle was on the way. That was approximately a week ago (it's now August 2nd), but I've received nothing. When I called my bank this morning, I discovered that I'd been charged $39.95 on July 14th! When I attempted to track the package, I learned that Curology had merely created a SHIPPING LABEL on July 15th, but had provided USPS with nothing else and the aforementioned was awaiting the actual product to be sent!

    Meanwhile, customer service has failed to respond to me at all, and my provider/PA/doctor takes forever, claims she didn't receive the pictures I downloaded and can't help me with billing issues. Their website provides no phone number and when my bank gave me one it went straight to voicemail. I'm furious and am going to be forced to freeze my account unless this can be resolved. I will provide a follow-up message when (and if) it is.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Aug 4, 2017

      Curology,

      Sorry to hear that!

      Our team works hard to respond to all messages within 24-48 hours, if not sooner. If it has been long and you still have not heard back, let me know and we'll be happy to look into this further for you.

      As for your shipment, do know that while it isn't common, shipments may get lost in transit and result in tracking information not updating. If that is the case, reach out to our support team (support@curology.com) and they'll be happy to look into getting a replacement sent to you.

      If you have any additional questions or concerns, don't hesitate to email us at support@curology.com. We're happy to help!

    • Nov 2, 2017

      Briana

      Curology has terrible customer service!

      I tried their bottle and gave it some time but it did not work for me. I canceled my subscription but it was too late and they shipped me another bottle. Now I’m trying to get a refund but they won’t give me a refund back. Curology is a scam! Beware!

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  • 13 out 14 people found this review helpful

    Tricked

    • Austin, TX,
    • Jul 31, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    It kind of worked and I was impressed until I realized they supplement their prescription with recommendations for more products that actually work. So, it seems like it's working, but it's actually because of the other stuff you're buying,

    Also, I stuck a Q-tip into my bottle to find I was tricked. The real bottom is not even an inch from the top of the bottle, more than halfway from the "real bottom."

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Aug 31, 2017

      Curology,

      Hi Hannah,

      So sorry to hear that your prescription did not work for you.

      While the majority of our patients see results within 2-3 months, sadly that is not the case for everyone. I'm sorry you found it did not work for you.

      As we know everyone's skin is different, we do offer a 90-day money back guarantee to allow you to fully test out your medication risk-free. So please do contact our support team (support@curology.com) and they'll be happy to help.

      Do also know that it is normal for your skin to get worse before it gets better if you are still early in your treatment reach out to your medical provider. He or she will be happy to review your current skin condition and offer advice on how to manage the purge.

      Again, please don't hesitate to reach out to us directly. We're happy to help however we can.

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  • 2 out 3 people found this review helpful

    The magical bottle

    • New York ,
    • Jul 23, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    I have been using pocket derm for about 11 months. I used to suffer from very bad cystic acne. I have tried almost every on the market to eliminate my acne. I went to so many dermatologists, that ended up with no positive results. However, I did my research on Curology and thought I give it a try. It was the best things that could have ever happen to my face.

    My dermatologist from Curology was very responsive to my questions, which I had a lot of and explained everything in details about my customize medication that they provided just for me. Pocket Derm works very well with Spironolactone 50mg. I only used it at night after washing my face very well. It takes about 3 months or sooner to start seeing results. This is my miracle bottle!

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 11 out 13 people found this review helpful
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    • Illinois,
    • Jul 2, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    They have emailed me their error in honoring the refund and will be refunding me.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Jun 30, 2017

    Customer support bad, Derm was nice.

    Anything that is a prescription is a huge deal right? When you get prescribed anything, you want to make sure the products are good for your skin/body and speak up when you feel quality and efficiency is not good. If you don't feel like a product is right, you should be addressing those concerns and customer support should be addressing them seriously and/or with the reassurance of their products, which was not the case with Curology.

    I thought wow, I have some acne and I want to clear it up! I tried the trial bottle, it lasted only three weeks instead of a month, and made my acne really bad like never before! They said that was normal so I bought the next bottle. That one lasted three weeks AGAIN. And well, my acne left so many marks on my face, and acne in places I have never gotten before, that was not called purging I later learned.

    I then bought another bottle because, well, they kept telling me it was normal. I realized something was wrong, so I asked for a change in formula. Well, I had to pay for that bottle too in the same month, but I figured if it worked finally, it would be ok. So I ended up going to the doctor to only have them tell me what I had suspected all along, that my face was reacting to that cream and I need to stop it.

    I try to get a refund, it hasn't reached my 90 days yet, and they won't honor it. Support is bad, but the derm was nice, just not able to help, and I wasn't willing to keep paying for more bottles to try out formulas until I found the right one in fear they were all bad for me. So, be cautious, it looks like some weird scam if their products don't work for you specifically. Some people have luck I suppose, but I did not. So be careful and go with your initial gut feeling on how a product feels!

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  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    I thought this was gimmicky at first

    • Waco, Texas,
    • Jun 30, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    I decided to try it after seeing videos about it on Instagram and YouTube. The process of setting up my account and figuring out what I needed was extremely easy. Afterward, a dermatologist messaged me and talked to me. I waited for my package to ship and it came within two days. Using it is incredibly simple, and I began to see results within a couple of days. I recommended this to my boyfriend, brother, mom, and coworkers.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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