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|US Brand Name||Retin A Cream|
|Manufacturer||Encube Ethicals Pvt. Ltd, India|
Retino A Cream .05% 20gm is used to treat mild to moderate acne and damaged skin areas due to excessive sun exposure. It has Tretinoin, which is an exfoliator that helps with skin cell turn over. The topical agent purposely irritates the skin, shortens the life of damaged skin cells so that new skin cells take their place, revealing clear skin. It penetrates the epidermis' outer layer, causing the removal of dead surface cells available on eth surface, also increasing the collagen organisation in the dermis. Tretinoin, the active ingredient, is stronger than over the counter retinol. The prescription-strength is quite stronger and yield quick results when it comes to reducing the appearance of acne.
Apply Retino A cream at the same time every day as this will become a habit and will be less forgotten by the patient. Take your dermatologist’s advice about the time of application if there is any confusion about the dosage time. It is advised to use the drug as long as recommended by the dermatologist even if you find yourself well. Do not stop the drug without consulting a skincare expert. When you begin treating your skin with A tretinoin formulation, it is recommended that you maintain a gentle skincare routine that includes chemical-free skincare products. Wash your face with a mild cleanser and apply a good quality moisturiser followed by sunscreen in the daytime. It is best to apply a tretinoin cream during bedtime as it makes your skin sensitive to sun rays.
Use Retin A at regular time intervals. Tretinoin is not recommended in children younger than1 years of age. Do not share this topical formulation with any other person, even if you feel that the symptoms are the same. Keep using the product even if you feel well, stop after dermatologist’s recommendations only. Don’t apply the cream to sunburned skin. Some topical medications affect the working of other drugs and thus reduce the efficacy. Your Dermatologist will ask for your complete health status and medicines to take prescription or non-prescription medications. He/she will give you a complete list of the topical and oral medications that may interfere in the working of the Tretinoin.
Tell your dermatologist as soon as possible if you notice any unusual effects. One may or may not experience them. The most common side effects are redness, increased skin sensitivity, irritation and stinging at the site of application, peeling, warmth sensation. Severe allergic reaction like rashes, hives, breathing difficulties and dizziness are rare.