Generic Retin-A

Generic Retin-A

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Indications for Generic Retin-A (0.025% Cream)

Retin-A (0.025% Cream) or tretinoin is a topical form of vitamin A which helps to speed up the process of skin renewal.

Retin-A is commonly prescribed for the treatment of acne and fine wrinkles as well as mottled skin discoloration. It is also used to smoothen skin.

Retin-A can also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.

Important Information about Generic Retin-A (0.025% Cream)

When using Retin-A (0.025% Cream) or tretinoin, avoid getting exposed to sunlight and to artificial UV rays. This is because Retin-A can make your skin a lot more sensitive to sunlight. If exposure is unavoidable, use sunscreen or protective clothes.

Avoid getting the medication in your mouth, nose, eyes or lips. If it gets on these areas, wash with water.

Do not use Retin-A on wounds and on areas with eczema as well as on windburned, sunburned, windburned, irritated, dry, chapped or broken skin.

Continue using Retin-A for as long as it has been prescribed by your doctor, even if you feel that it is not working. It could take several weeks or even months before you see results. If you are using it for the treatment of acne, your condition could slightly worsen before it gets better. If you experience severe skin irritation of if your condition does not improve within 2 to 3 months, let your doctor know right away.

Retin-A belongs to the FDA pregnancy category C, which means that its effects to a developing baby are unknown. Make sure to inform your doctor if you are pregnant, are trying to get pregnant or are breastfeeding.

While using Retin-A, avoid using skin products which could cause irritation like shampoos, harsh soaps, hair coloring, hair removers, permanent chemicals or skin cleansers, unless otherwise directed by your doctor.

Retin-A could also make your skin more sensitive to extreme weather such as cold and wind.

Inform your doctor if you are using other skin products which contain sulfur, benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid or resorcinol as well as if you take medications like diuretics, tetracycline, an antibiotic, a sulfa drug or chlorpromazine, as they could interact with Retin-A.

Dosage and Administration of Generic Retin-A (0.025% Cream)

Retin-A (0.025% Cream) or tretinoin topical should be used exactly as it has been prescribed. Do not use more than what has been recommended or apply it more frequently.

Before and after using Retin-A, thoroughly wash your hands. Also make sure that the area where you would be applying Retin-A is clean and dry first.

After applying Retin-A, do not wash the area nor apply any other skin products on it.

If you miss a dose, use the medication once you remember. However, if the next dose is almost up, you could just skip the one that you missed and then take the next scheduled one. Never apply more medication to make up for a dose that you missed.

If you overdose on Retin-A, contact your doctor or seek emergency medical help.

Possible Side Effects of Generic Retin-A (0.025% Cream)

Some of the side effects which the use of Retin-A (0.025% Cream) or tretinoin could cause would include warmth, burning, stinging, tingling, swelling, dryness, itching, redness, peeling, irritation and skin discoloration.

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