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Generic Retin A

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Generic Retin A

  • Active Ingredient: Tretinoin
  • Expiry Date: 10/07/2023
  • Average Delivery Time: 25 days
  • Availibility: In Stock
  • Strength: 0.01%

Generic Retin A treats acne and skin aging quickly

Acne is a common skin condition in males and females that develops when oil and skin cells block hair follicles. When bacteria infect the follicles it results in inflamed, large bumps called cystic acne. It can appear anywhere on the body. Generic Retin A medication is used to treat acne. Tretinoinis from the class of medications known asretinoids.

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Generic Retin A Information

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Generic Retin A medication is available in the form of Gel, Cream and Liquid used to treat acne. The Generic name of this mediation is Tretinoin. Generic Retin A may reduce the severity and the count of acne pimples and promote quick healing that does develop. There are different topical prescription products for treating cystic acne and the most popularly prescribed drug is derived from vitamin A called retin-A. These retinoidscan make skin cells grow and function more effectively. Retinoidscan treat psoriasis, acne, skin aging and some cancers. Generic Retin A is the strongest and most effective among topical retinoids used to treat acne and skin aging.

Generic Retin A Gel, Cream or Liquid is applied once daily at bedtime where acne lesions appear. Use it such that it covers the entire affected area lightly. The Generic Retin A Liquid may be applied using a gauze pad, fingertip, or cotton swab. The liquid should not run into areas where treatment is not intended. The Generic Retin A Gel actually minimizes the likelihood of over-application by the patient.

Usage instructions

Generic Retin A is usually applied in a thin layer on skin that is affected by acne.

When using Generic Retin A, be cautious not to get it into your eyes, nostrils, ears or mouth.

Before using tretinoin, it is important to wash your face with a mild soap and dry it.

The application of the medicine may give a feeling of warmth or slight stinging.

Before using Generic Retin A, inform your doctor if you are allergic to it or vitamin A-related drugs such as other retinoids.

Be careful about the use of inactive ingredients present in it such as fish proteins that can cause allergic reactions or any other problems.

Tell your doctor about your medical history, mainly of eczema.

During pregnancy, use this medication only when needed as it may harm an unborn baby. You can discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor once before using it.

Weather extremes like wind or cold may also be irritating to your skin while using Generic Retin A.

Use sunscreen and wear protective clothing when outdoors everyday as the use of Generic Retin A medication may make you more sensitive to the sun.

Limit your exposure in the sun. Tell your doctor if you get sunburned or have redness or skin blisters. Before using Generic Retin A medicine wait until your skin has recovered completely from a sunburn.

If you have used products containing sulfur, resorcinol or salicylic acid, recently then use tretinoin with caution.

A slight sensation of warmth or stinging may occur after applying the medication.

The side effects decrease with continued use. They are as follows-

Skin redness, dryness, scaling, itching,mild burning, or worsening of acne.

A very severe allergic reaction to this drug is unlikely, thus, seek immediate medical attention if it occurs. These symptoms include:

Rash, itching/swelling (face/tongue/throat), trouble breathing, severe dizziness.

  • What else is Generic Retin A used for?

In certain cases, doctors may recommend this for uses other than acne and acne scars. It has also been used to treat these skin conditions:

  1. Hyperpigmentation/ darkening of the skin
  2. Keratosis pilaris that causes small and rough bumps on the skin
  3. Fine wrinkles on the face
  4. Cancer

 

  • What does Generic Retin A treat?

Generic Retin A treats acne and its complications as given below-

  1. Acne scars

Some doctors recommend using tretinoin to treat acne scars. He/ she may recommend a technique known asiontophoresis. It involves the application of electrical current to the skin wherein a medication is applied.

 

Researchers in the past have found the Trusted Source that iontophoresis can help topical tretinoinin a better way by penetrating the skin. Patients receiving this treatment experience a reduction in the appearance of acne scars and the overall smoothing of the appearance of the skin, according to a systemic review of treatments.

 

  1. Cystic acne

Generic Retin A is used to treat cystic acne as well, acne that erupts in boil-like infections of the skin. Acne blemishes go deep inside the skin that causes permanent acne scars while healing. It is important to see the good dermatologist develop the treatment plan who will keep your skin as healthy as possible by preventing long-lasting damage to it.

 

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