Retin-A Cream (Tretinoin) from Maple Leaf Medications.
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|Retin-A Cream||0.05%||40 g||$32.00||Add To Cart|
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|Retin-A Cream||0.05%||100 g||$60.00||Add To Cart|
|Retin-A Cream||0.025%||60 grams||$58.00||Add To Cart|
|Retin-A Cream||0.025%||100 grams||$89.00||Add To Cart|
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|Tretinoin||0.05%||30 grams||$25.00||Add To Cart|
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|Tretinoin||0.10%||20 grams||$30.00||Add To Cart|
|Tretinoin||0.10%||40 grams||$44.00||Add To Cart|
|Tretinoin||0.025%||30 grams||$25.00||Add To Cart|
|Tretinoin||0.025%||90 grams||$43.00||Add To Cart|
What is Retin A Cream?
Retin A, with the generic name tretinoin, is a topical medication indicated to treat acne vulgaris. This product could minimize the number and severity of acne. It also promotes quick healing for pimples that have developed.
This retinoid cream reduces Microcom done development by reducing the cohesiveness of follicular epithelial cells. As well, it stimulates mitotic activity and increases the turnover of follicular epithelial cells, which causes comedones to extrude. This is available in Retin A Cream 0.025%, 0.05% and 0.10%.
How to use Retin A Cream
Remember to use the medication information leaflet that comes with this product. Do not use this medicated cream unless you have fully understood all the information and instructions in the guide. If you need further medical advice or have questions about using this product, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Make sure to comply with the instructions given by your doctor. Use Retin A Cream regularly and as often as prescribed. Don’t use more or more often than recommended, as it will not improve your skin faster, but will rather increase the risk of skin irritation. The strength or shape will be determined by your skin’s condition and reaction to therapy.
Avoid getting Retin A Cream to your eyes, inner lip area, inside the nose, or open wounds. If the cream gets into those areas, especially the eye, flush with large amounts of water.
Note that tretinoin may make your acne worse during the first few weeks of treatment. This is because Retin A Cream also works on the acne forming beneath your skin. It could take up to 8 to 12 weeks to see noticeable results.
Step by step guide in using Retin A Cream:
- Always wash your hands before applying this cream.
- Clean the affected area using a mild cleanser or a soap less solution and gently pat dry.
- Dispense a pea-size amount of cream onto your fingertip.
- Apply a thin layer of medication onto the area.
- Wash your hands again after you apply the cream.
Side effects of Retin A Cream
Common side effects:
- Skin redness
- Mild itching
- Mild burning
- Worsening of acne within the first two to four weeks of treatment
People with sensitive skin may experience these common side effects. These adverse reactions are usually brief. If you observe severe side effects, contact your physician or any healthcare professional immediately. This includes:
- Severe burning
- Eye redness
- Eye swelling
- Skin discoloration
This is not a full or complete list of Retin A side effects.
Before using this product, tell your physician about your medical history, especially any skin conditions like eczema, as this may affect how your skin will respond to treatment. Also, tell your doctor about the other medications you are using as they may interact with tretinoin.
Consistently watch out for signs of an allergic reaction while on this treatment. Do not use this cream if you have a known allergy to tretinoin or any Vitamin A-related drugs, such as isotretinoin. Discontinue medication and seek emergency help once you experience signs of hypersensitivity response, including skin rashes, itching, facial swelling, severe dizziness, and breathing trouble.
Retin A may make you more sensitive to the sun. It may cause sunburn, redness, swelling, and blisters. To avoid this, limit sun exposure, wear protective clothing, and always apply sunblock cream. Avoid indoor tanning as well.
Avoid using any hair removal products or anything that contains sulfur, resorcinol, and salicylic acid. Some chemicals may also increase the risk of skin irritation.
For those women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, use Retin A for acne only if extremely necessary. Always remember that potential benefits must outweigh the potential risks.
Frequently Asked Questions:
When is the best time to use this Cream?
It is best to apply this cream at bedtime.
Can I use this Cream together with retinol?
Combining topical tretinoin and topical retinoid will increase the risk of side effects for both medications.
How much does this cream cost?
You may check this website to see the price of this Cream.
Where to buy Retin A cream?
You can purchase this topical tretinoin cream at drug stores, pharmacies, doctor’s clinics, or online.
Do I need a Retin A Cream prescription to purchase this product?
Retin A Cream (buy online) can only be purchased if you have a valid prescription.
Retino A Cream, Tretin Cream, Acnelyse Cream
0.05%, 0.025%, 0.10%
40 g, 60 g, 30 grams, 100 g, 90 grams, 20 grams, 40 grams, 60 grams, 100 grams
Maple Leaf Medications has provided information from third parties intended to increase awareness and does not contain all the information about Retin-A Cream (Tretinoin). Talk to your doctor or a qualified medical practitioner for medical attention, advice, or if you have any concerns about Retin-A Cream (Tretinoin).