How do I know if Tretinoin (Generic Retin A) is right for me?
If you have bad acne that won't subside on its own, then you likely require some form of acne medication. Retin A is a topical solution that comes in liquid, cream, or gel form which works to remove oils and toxins from your skin to prevent and treat acne. It is appropriate for adults and for teenagers who have acne on their faces, as well as body acne.
How does Tretinoin (Generic Retin A) work?
Retin A (Generic) contains high levels of Vitamin A, a nutrient which is essential to keeping the occurrence of acne under control. Retin A cream or Retin A gel topical solution reduces the cohesiveness of the skin, disabling the formation of acne to bind with the skin.
Retin A (Generic) also contains collagen which helps smooth out the skin. This helps in the prevention and treatment of acne, as well as in the reduction of wrinkles and of stretch marks.
What dose should I be taking? How do I administer Tretinoin (Generic Retin A)?
Apply Retin A cream or gel in a single, light layer over the affected area. Use fingers or a cotton ball for best results. Use Tretinoin (Generic Retin A) once daily before bed. If you apply too much of the solution to your skin at once, it will not absorb into the skin as easily and may not be as effective.
What possible side effects should I look out for?
Tretinoin (Generic Retin A) is well-tolerated by most people who use it. Some, however, may experience some sensitivity to the skin care product. Common side effects include:
- Blistering of skin
- Peeling of skin
- Redness of skin
- Skin lesions
- A stinging sensation at the time of application
If side effects persist or worsen after a few days, discontinue use and consult with a dermatology specialist at your online pharmacy. Many people who experience side effects at first, no longer experience discomfort after a few days.
Retin A is a topical prescription cream for treating acne lilke Differin (Adapalene)
Can other medications I'm taking be mixed with Tretinoin (Generic Retin A)?
Avoid exposure to sun while using Tretinoin (Generic Retin A), as skin becomes more sensitive to sun and more prone to sunburn with use of Retin A (Generic). Also, while using Retin A you should be cautious when removing hair in the affected area. Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, some people may not be able to resume waxing anywhere between five days and three months after discontinuing their Tretinoin treatment.
Do not use Tretinoin (Generic Retin A) if you are nursing, pregnant, or are seeking to become pregnant. This applies to the Retin A topical gel that's sold on our website as well as oral Retin A.
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