Retin A-A Ret-Tretinoin 0.01% Gel

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Retin A-A Ret-Tretinoin 0.01% Gel


Manufacturer: RSM/Dhadha

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Tretinoin is a popular topical cream for treating various skin conditions. It is an acid form of Vitamin A. Some of the skin problems it treats include acne vulgaris, acne scars, and sun-burn in both males and females. This beauty product is also found effective to treat dry skin, wrinkles, dull skin and helps you to get tighter and younger looking clear skin. This topical cream is available at a cheap price on Meds247online website.

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What is Tretinoin?

Tretinoin is the acidic form of vitamin A that works effectively to recover the texture of skin and get healthy skin. Sometimes it is also called all-trans retinoic acid or ATRA. It is a popular skin treatment available in the market and it is sold in different forms ( cream or gel) under various brands such as Aberela, Renova, Atralin, Retin-A and Avita. The generic form of Tretinoin is also available. 

What are the health benefits of Tretinoin cream?

Tretinoin Cream is a popular prescription that is intended to handle skin related issues including dry scaly surface, wrinkles, dull and loose skin. These skin conditions are generally faced by people during extended exposure to sun (also called sunburn). In the guidance of an expert doctor or dermatologist, this topical cream can also be used to manage Ketatosis pelaris and in events of acute promyelocytic leukemia.

How does Tretinoin cream works?

Tretinoin the active ingredient of this topical cream stimulates mitosis and ends the follicular epithelial cells on the affected area of skin after application and in this way it affects their cohesiveness. All this result in extrusion of present comedones and the new formation of comedone become problematic. In this way the topical cream helps to recover healthy skin.

How to use Tretinoin Cream?

Use a thin layer of Tretinoin cream on the affected area and gently spread it around. Using excessive amount of cream on the affected skin can increase the risk of burning of skin which may end up in causing a dark mark.

It is good to use this topical cream after consulting a doctor for getting a safe and meaningful treatment.

Following tips may be helpful for proper use of Tretenoin Cream:

  • Clean the skin area gently where you are going to apply the cream.
  • After drying the affected area of skin properly and then apply a very thin layer of Tretinoin cream.
  • Avoid using cream on the damaged skin or open wounds.
  • Wash hands after using this cream. Keep your eyes and eyelids safe from cream.
  • Use the cream only for the recommended number of times.
  • Use a high-protection sunscreen while you are out in the sun.

What are the side effects of Tretinoin cream?

The treatment of Tretinoin cream is reported with burning sensation on various occasions. Moreover, in few cases people have also reported the initial breakout phase with face full of pimples. However, these conditions generally don’t occur if treatment is used according to the prescription instructions. If you get any of these symptoms, consult your dermatologist for further instructions.

What are the precautions associated with Tretinoin?

Tretinoin is an easy to use skin remedy and by keeping following precautions you can obtain the best results from it:

  • Use it at night time
  • Apply sunscreen during outdoor visits and also cover the opened parts of your body with cloths to reduce exposure to sun.
  • When you are using this cream, cautiously use other beauty products such as cleansers, toners, or scrubbers as these products can your skin extremely sensitive.
  • In case hypo pigmentation is noticed on any part of skin after using this cream, stop applying it and contact your dermatologist.
  • If you get allergic reaction such as swelling on the skin after starting treatment, discontinue this treatment and contact your doctor.
  • Use the recommended quantity of Tretinoin only, not more than that.
  • Before starting any other skin product or treatment while using Tretinoin, do not forget to consult your doctor.

Are there any possible interactions with other drugs related to Tretinoin?

Tretinoin may interact with following products:

  • alcohol,
  • benzoyl peroxide,
  • minoxidil,
  • resorcinol,
  • retinol (Vitamin A),
  • salicylic acid, and
  • sulphur.

To avoid interaction, consult your doctor before starting treatment with Tretinoin.