|Generic For||Retin A|
|Generic Name||Tretinoin Gel USP|
|Manufacturer||AKUMS DRUGS & PHARMACEUTICALS LTD|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Tube/s||US$ 7.00||US$ 7.00|
|3 Tube/s||US$ 5.33||US$ 16.0024%US$ 21.00|
|6 Tube/s||US$ 4.67||US$ 28.0033%US$ 42.00|
A Ret Gel 0.05% has tretinoin, a retinoid that heals pimples lighten dark patches and prevent future outbreaks over the long run. It is scientifically proven to reduce acne with continuous use for 8 to 12 weeks. The gel formulation is one of the safest and most effective topical treatments available in the market. It works by speeding up the shedding of old skin cells and replacing them with news and young cells. Since the accumulation of dead skin cells and bacteria inside the pores is the major reason for acne formation, A ret gel removes the dead skin cells faster than it would and prevents acne from developing by diminishing the acne-causing bacteria. If you suffer from acne, then get your hands on to tretinoin gel after a dermatologist's prescription. The topical treatment is effective for most people who are suffering from acne vulgaris.
Immediately proceed to your nearest health care centre if you suffer from an allergic reaction. The symptoms may include difficulty breathing or swallowing, skin rashes, hives, and chest tightness. The topical treatment is not suitable for all patients; therefore, it is important to consult a dermatologist before using a tretinoin preparation.A ret gel may make your skin sensitive to sunlight, and you may have other side effects of the skin due to sun exposure. So, avoid excessive exposure to sunlight, and sunlamps, wear protective along and use an effective sunscreen of SPF 30. Pregnant women must consult their dermatologist before using A ret gel. Concomitant use of A ret gel with medicated, or abrasive soaps, cleansers, and other cosmetic products with a high concentration of alcohol and astringents should be avoided. Precautions should be taken while using preparations containing salicylic acid, sulfur, and resorcinol.
Within the first few months of use, your condition might become worse before it gets better. Other common side effects of Tretinoin gel are the burning of the skin, pruritus, skin irritation, erythema, skin pain, mucositis, and hyper pigmentation.
If you want to use A Ret Gel 0.05% to treat acne, consult a dermatologist first to get to know if you are a suitable candidate for the topical treatment or not. Once you get the dermatologist's approval, start by thoroughly reading the instructions given by your skincare expert. Stick to your dermatologist's recommendations when it comes to using Tretinoin gel. To apply safely and effectively, clean your skin with mild soap and water and pat it dry. Once the skin is completely dry, apply just enough of the preparation to make a thin layer on the affected area, you don't need to take much of the medication to get quick results. A pea-size amount is enough to reduce the appearance of acne and blemishes. Using your fingertips blend the gel properly so that it gets completely absorbed into the skin. Usually, the best time to apply Tretinoin gel is at bedtime so that it can work whole night to renew your skin cells.