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Apotheco Pharmacy Westchester - 104 Main Street, Irvington, NY 10533

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Conditions & Treatments

  • Acne

    • What triggers Acne?

      An extremely common diagnosis, nearly 85% of all adolescents experience acne at some point. A person can be more at risk for developing acne if they are genetically predisposed. Acne will first appear when pores clog. The clog begins with dead skin cells. Typically, dead skin cells are shed daily. Normal skin also naturally creates sebum, which is a critical oil that helps our skin from drying out.

  • Rosacea

    • What is Rosacea?

      Rosacea is a very common and chronic skin disease that causes redness or a “flush” of the face. About 14 million Americans live with Rosacea and are usually between the ages of 30-50 years old, have fair skin, and are likely to have had acne problems in their family, or when they were younger.

  • Psoriasis

    • What is Psoriasis?

      Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin disease that speeds up the growth cycle of skin cells in days rather than weeks. As these cells pile up on the surface of your skin, they cause raised, red or silvery, scaly patches to appear. Psoriasis is most prevalent on the elbows, knees, scalp, lower back, palms, and soles of feet.

  • Actinic Keratosis

    • What is Actinic Keratosis?

      Actinic Keratosis (AK), also known as Solar Keratosis, is known as sun damage. AK’s form when the skin is badly damaged from UV rays from the sun, or indoor sun tanning. Over time, UV rays can cause damage to our skin and in some cases, when the damage accumulates, our bodies are less able to repair itself. AK’s are often dry and scaly, pink, red or sometimes a white or brown color. AK’s occur mainly on the back of your hands, scalp, and face. AK’s can also be painful once the area is irritated or rubbed.

  • Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)

    • What is Atopic Dermatitis?

      Eczema is the name for a group of conditions that cause the skin to become red, itchy, and inflamed. Atopic Dermatitis is the most common form of Eczema and a condition shared amongst 18 million Americans. Though the exact cause of Atopic Dermatitis is unknown, researchers have correlated this condition to a combination of genetics, allergens, and environmental factors. Researchers have also found it is very common for people with Asthma and/or Hay Fever to develop Atopic Dermatitis.

  • Wound Care

    • What is Wound Care?

      Wound care refers to the type of treatment required for pressure sores such as skin ulcers. Pressure sores, or more commonly known as bed sores, can occur when the body is immobilized continuously on a surface such as a mattress, a chair, or in a cast for an extended period of time.

  • Fungal Infections

    • What are Fungal Infections?

      Fungal diseases, also known as Mycoses, are caused by fungi that are common in the environment. A fungus is a primitive organism that lives in air, soil, plants, water, and the human body. Because fungi live in almost everything, it is very easy for anyone to contract a fungal infection in varying extremes. A mild skin fungal infection can look like a rash or a common condition called “athlete’s foot”, while some can affect the lungs and bloodstream causing diseases such as the flu and tuberculosis.

Amish Yainik
Amish Yajnik

Pharmacist at Irvington, NY

As a pharmacist at Westchester, I enjoy working with our team to help provide patient and providers the best service possible. I take a great deal of pride in helping the community and their needs.

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  • Onikka Whitehead

    My dermatologist referred me to this pharmacy and I do not plan on ever using them again. Initially they were supposed to call to get my info to set up an acct. I never received a phone so I called them the next day. My prescription was set for a Saturday delivery. I waited all day Saturday and my prescriptions were never delivered, no reason given. Called the following Monday and was told it would hopefully be delivered Tuesday or Wednesday. My local pharmacy is way more convenient.

  • Yuejiao Ren

    They ship the prescription to me very quickly! My doctor placed the order on Friday. It is easy to check out on your phone only few seconds. I can’t believe it and call them to make sure I place the order properly. They answered the phone quickly and told me I am all good! On Saturday I received my prescription by mail! Amazing!

  • Perella Goldenberg

    I was very happy with their service! I love how they keep you updated about the time of your delivery and show you where the driver currently is. Very pleasant driver as well. A real pleasure :)

  • Sharon

    The service I received from Apotheco Pharmacy Westchester was very professional and courteous. They contacted me quickly after my doctor prescribed my medication. The representative was very polite and took my information for payment and delivery of my medication. It was delivered the next day. I highly recommend Apotheco Pharmacy Westchester and would continue using their service in the future.

  • Beth Lockhart

    Fantastic service, great prices that cannot be beat and they send you reminders when it’s time to refill. The fast shipping gets it to you before you run out. I love this place!

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