|Generic For||Retin A|
|Manufacturer||AKUMS DRUGS & PHARMACEUTICALS LTD|
|Pack Size||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Tube/s||US$ 6.00||US$ 6.00|
|3 Tube/s||US$ 5.33||US$ 16.0011%US$ 18.00|
|6 Tube/s||US$ 4.58||US$ 27.5024%US$ 36.00|
A Ret Gel 0.025% is prescribed to people with acne vulgaris. It effectively treats acne by reducing the formation of pimples and healing the existing pimples. The topical medicine has tretinoin as the active ingredient which is categorized under the retinoids group of drugs. Tretinoin affects skin cell growth and the process that cause clogged pores, leading to whiteheads, blackheads, and pimples. This way, it helps clear up these blemishes as well as prevent the formation of new acne. A ret gel not only treats acne vulgaris but also helps in the overall improvement of the texture. A ret gel decreases the number and severity of acne and promotes quick healing.
You should apply A Ret Gel 0.025% to the affected area of the skin once daily at bedtime. Make sure you apply the anti-acne remedy on clean and dry skin. For cleaning, you can apply a mild soap or a soap-free cleanser, and then rinse it with plain water. Using a towel, pat your skin dry. Apply a little with clean fingers and rub the formulation gently into the affected skin. Adherence to dermatologist’s instruction is important. Do not apply more amounts or more often than recommended. Using more will not clear acne faster. Instead, it may put you at an increased risk of side effects associated with the Tretinoin overdose.
You must continue using A Ret Gel 0.025% until the time your dermatologist has told you to. Make sure you complete the entire treatment course without missing dose application. Keep on using it until your skin has cleared up and there are no more blemishes visible. It may take up to 4 to 8 weeks to see the full effects of the medicine, although you should start to notice a significant reduction in acne after two weeks of regular usage. You may be asked to use it continuously to maintain skin after acne has cleared. Stick to the maintenance therapy usually provided by your dermatologist.
Tretinoin may cause complications in fetal health, and therefore the risks and benefits of using. A Ret Gel in during pregnancy should be discussed with the dermatologist. It is also not recommended to use this formulation by breastfeeding mothers as there is a chance of health issues. One must take all the necessary precautions while using a retinoid preparation. Prefer using it under the supervision of a dermatologist who is expert in treating skin health issues.
Side effects commonly occur when you a Tretinoin formulation like A ret gel. You may experience a mild stinging sensation while applying the gel. Other common side effects associated with the use of Topical Tretinoin include dryness of the skin, itching, irritation, redness, and a temporary increase in the number of pimples. These common adverse effects last for a couple of weeks after you start this topical treatment or A ret gel. They generally disappear after some time. However, if you do experience severe dryness of the skin, you can use a mild moisturizer, or you can consult with a dermatologist. This topical medication increases the sensitivity to light, thus ensure that you wear protective clothing, wear a sunscreen of about 30SPF when you go out in the sun.