Buy Retin-A cream - Problem Skin of the Face - Over-the-counter
Retin-A cream is topical medicine, used for getting rid of pimples on the problem skin of the face, neck, chest, shoulders and back. Retin-A cream works with the same effectiveness against acne, localized both in surface and in deep layers of the skin.
Retin-A cream is prescribed for patients, who can not get rid of acne with the help of over-the-counter acne products. This cream can be used together with other methods for acne treatment, or as a single dermatological agent.
Patients who want to start using Retin-A cream must meet several diagnostic criteria.
- Age of the patient must be at least 12 years.
- He should not be allergic to vitamin A.
- Acne-prone areas should be free from the signs of severe erythema.
Depending on the severity and localization of acne, doctor may prescribe Retin-A cream with different concentrations of the active ingredient Tretinoin. The concentration of this ingredient is indicated in percentages (%).
Dose size and frequency of use
- Retin-A cream with low and medium dose of Tretinoin (0.025% or 0.05%) is recommended for the treatment of mild or moderate acne.
- Patients with severe acne usually use the maximum strength Retin-A 0.1% cream.
To achieve a stable anti-inflammatory effect and to obtain the maximum benefits from acne treatment, Retin-A cream should be taken regularly, for several weeks or months.
- The recommended frequency of the cream use is 1 time per day.
- Minimum duration of topical therapy for acne is 2 weeks.
The daily dose of Retin-A cream should be applied directly to the acne-prone areas. If the cream was accidentally applied to healthy skin, it is better to remove it with a dry cotton swab.
Immediately after applying Retin-A cream, you can get a feeling of burning skin. Reducing the dose of the drug or reducing the frequency of its use can help reduce the severity of this side effect.
If serious dermatological reactions manifest after a single use of the minimum dose of Retin-A 0.025%, the use of this cream for the treatment of acne should be discontinued.
When and in what conditions you can not use Retin-A cream
Allergic reaction for Tretinoin or other forms of retinoic acid (vitamin A) is the only indication for the use of Retin-A cream.
The main signs of an allergy to topical retinoids are serious dermatological reactions, including rash, itching, redness, severe burning, and swelling of the skin.
- If these symptoms are weak or disappear shortly after the cream application, you do not need to stop using Retin-A.
- If severe dermatological effects occur after each use of Retin-A cream, you should stop using any topical medications and report adverse reactions to the doctor.
If the medical tests show that the benefits from the use of topical retinoids exceed potential risks to the mother and fetus, Retin-A can be prescribed:
- before or during pregnancy, and/or;
- after the birth of the child (during lactation).
Breastfeeding mothers who were prescribed Retin-A cream should switch the baby to artificial feeding.
Pregnant women, in whom acne does not cause physical suffering and serious emotional discomfort, should refrain from using Retin-A cream.
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