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Retin A Cream (Tretinoin) and/or equivalents
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Product / Manufacturer Quantity / Price (USD)

Retin A Cream 0.025%

Source Country: India
Shipped From: India Marketed as Retino A Cream in India Manufacturer: Johnson & Johnson

Retin A Cream 0.05%

Source Country: India
Shipped From: India Marketed as Retino A Cream in India Manufacturer: Johnson & Johnson

Generic Tretinoin Cream 0.01%

Source Country: Canada
Shipped From: Canada Manufacturer: Health Canada Approved Generic

Generic Tretinoin Cream 0.025%

Source Country: Canada
Shipped From: Canada Manufacturer: Health Canada Approved Generic

Generic Tretinoin Cream 0.05%

Source Country: Canada
Shipped From: Canada Manufacturer: Health Canada Approved Generic

Generic Tretinoin Cream 0.1%

Source Country: Turkey
Shipped From: Turkey Manufacturer: Abdi Ibrahim
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Description of Retin A Cream

The generic name of Retin A Cream is Tretinoin, and it is a Vitamin A derivative. The medication is available in Retin A Cream 500mcg/g strength. It is indicated to be applied topically. The medication is available without a prescription, so you can buy Retin A Cream online if you have an acne problem. The medication may cause side effects in some people. To be on the safer side, consult your doctor before using it to treat your acne problem.

Indications & Dosage of Retin A Cream

Retin A Cream is indicated for the treatment of acne. Trentinoin, the main active ingredient in the medication, is associated to Vitamin A. It causes the skin’s outer layer to grow rapidly. The result is reduction of keratin, a protein in the skin that makes the surface layer of the skin thinner. The thinning of the surface of layer of skin reduces the likelihood of formation of whiteheads, pimples or blackheads.

Your doctor will give specific instructions regarding the application of the medication. Wash the acne affected area with a non medicated soap and pat it dry. Apply a thin coat of Retin A Cream on the acne affected area. You need to apply the medication once daily at bedtime.

Side Effects & Interactions of Retin A Cream

Like all other medicines, Retin A Cream may also cause mild to severe side effects in some patients. However, not all people who use this medication experience side effects. As a matter of fact, many people who use this medication do not complain about any side effects.

Less severe side effects associated with Retin A Cream include: peeling, redness or feeling of warmth, skin irritation, sensitivity to sunlight, or stinging at the site of application. Consult your doctor if any of these side effects become bothersome.

Severe side effects associated with the medication are: severe redness, crusting, or swelling or blistering of the skin. This is not a complete list of side effects. Stop using the medication and consult your doctor if you experience severe side effects after using Retin A Cream.

Retin A Cream may potentially interact with other medicines you are using and cause side effects. Inform the doctor if you are using any medications that increase your skin’s sensitivity to sunlight such as diuretics and some antibiotics that are used for psychiatric treatments.

Before you buy Retin A Cream, tell the doctor about every medicine you are using, which includes other topical ointments or creams, peeling agents containing Sulfur or Salicylic acid, or other skin irritants.

Warnings & Precautions of Retin A Cream

You should not use Retin A Cream if you are hypersensitive to any ingredient in it. The cream contains several inactive ingredients that may cause side effects if you are allergic to any of them. People who have medical problems such as eczema, other skin irritations, or sunburn should not use Retin A Cream until such conditions have subsided completely.

Pregnant women or women planning to get pregnant should talk to their doctor before using Retin A Cream. They should learn about the risks and benefits of using the medication before they buy Retin A Cream.

It is not known whether the drug passes into breast milk or how it may affect the nursing baby. Therefore, nursing mothers or women who plan to breastfeed should exercise extreme caution regarding the use of Retin A Cream.




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