Retino A Cream .05% (20 gm)

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                                          Retino A cream .05 (Tretinoin .05 Cream)

With so many anti-ageing and anti-acne topical preparations on the market, it is important to know which is effective in combating acne and signs of ageing. Retino A cream is one of such formulation, which is useful for the management of acne vulgaris and other facial problems. It is a popular and widely used cream to decrease facial dermal effects of photoaging. The cream is a type of retinoid medication, a synthetic form of vitamin A, which is extremely beneficial in increasing the cell production and allowing the skin to renew itself. It may even improve skin firmness, tone, and roughness on the face. The cream works equally effective for both acne and older looking sun damaged skin.

Mode of action of Retino A cream

The mechanism of action of Retino A cream against acne is still not understood, but it is believed that the active ingredient of the cream Tretinoin increases the skin cell turnover rate and reduces the tendency for skin cells to stick together. This in turn reduces acne formation and allows already developed acne to heal quickly.

Usage instructions of Retino A cream

Apply Retino A cream once per day at bedtime. If irritation occurs, lower concentration or try applying less frequently. Wash your hands and face with a mild soap before applying. Apply a small amount of the cream to lightly the affected area. Rub it with the tips of your clean fingers. Do not apply to cracked or weeping skin.

A user is instructed to apply the cream in a moderate amount. The application may cause a feeling of warmth or stinging sensation. Do not apply near eyes, mouth, nose, and mucous membrane.  Avoid excess application, because this may cause irritation, redness, or peeling of the skin as well as will delay results. If the user misses a dose, leave out the missed dose and apply the next dose at a normal time. Be sure not to compensate the missed one. A temporary worsening of acne may occur during the initial days of the treatment.

Desired results

After a regular application of Retino A cream, a user may notice a reduction in the number and severity of cysts in severe conditions of acne vulgaris. The results usually appear in 2 to 3 weeks of the application, but a user is required to use the topical preparation for six weeks to get optimum results. Once the satisfactory results are achieved, maintain the effect with less frequent applications or other concentrations. After a recommended period, one may notice decreased skin roughness hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles due to photoaging.

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Side effects of Retino A cream

While using Retino A cream, a user may experience itching, burning, skin scaling, redness, stinging sensation, dry skin, or peeling of the skin for the first several days.

Retino A special care

An individual using Tretinoin cream is allowed to use normal cosmetics, but the treated area must be treated must be cleansed before applying the cream. Keep in mind that medicated soaps, cleansers, and other cosmetic products that contain a strong drying effect can make your condition worse. Products containing a high concentration of astringents, lime, spices or alcohol may also make your condition comparatively bad.

Those people who are using Retino A cream on a regular basis must use sunscreens with an SPF of at least 15, and try to wear protective clothing to avoid photosensitivity reactions. Choose an appropriate sunscreen for the situation as some unblock may have the potential to worsen acne. The main aim is to minimize the exposure to sunrays and sun lamps to get maximum benefits. Other weather extremes like wind and cold may also be irritating.

The topical formulation is not always suitable for patients. Therefore, it is necessary to consult a dermatologist prior to using this cream during pregnancy. Also, take a suggestion of an expert in case you are breastfeeding, planning to conceive, or using any medication (prescription, non-prescription, vitamin supplements, or herbal products). 

The use of Tretinoin cream is avoided in case of hypersensitivity to Tretinoin or any other ingredients of the topical product.

Drug interactions

Concurrent use with keratolytic agents such as salicylic acid, resorcinol, sulphur, and benzoyl peroxide may cause excessive irritation. Retino A cream may increase the risk of photosensitivity with other photosensitizing agents. One may develop irritation by using other topical skin care products such as makeup, colognes, aftershave, cover-up and perfumes. This cream may also increase absorption of topical minoxidil, therefore avoid using it along with a product containing minoxidil.