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Know More About Retin-A

Uses of Retin-A 

Fight annoying signs and symptoms of acne by using Retin-A. This cream’s active ingredient is tretinoin, which works by helping the affected cells grow faster and healthy. It replaces stubborn pimples, blackheads, and blemishes. Retin-A is one of the most widely used topical creams as it is easy to use and does not cause any discomfort during the treatment.   

Retin-A Precautions and Warnings 

Before using this cream, ensure that you have informed your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you are allergic to the cream and its ingredients, especially tretinoin, do not use it as it can cause skin irritation and inflammation. 

Retin-A Dosage 

The usual prescription for this medication is that the application must be done only once a day. The best time to use it is during bedtime so that the side effects are manageable and won’t be too annoying to control. In the application, apply only a small amount to the affected area. However, before applying, ensure that the affected area has been washed and cleaned. Always follow the instructions provided by your doctor so that the treatment is successful. 

Retin-A Side Effects   

The list below notes the different adverse reactions of applying this cream. These are as follows: 

Common Side Effects of Retin-A 

  • Irritation
  • Dry skin
  • Skin redness
  • Peeling of the skin

Severe Side Effects of Retin-A 

  • Burning sensation
  • Severe itchiness
  • Severe skin rash
  • Discoloration of the skin


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