Retino A Cream .05% (20gm)
|Generic For||Retin A Cream|
|Manufacturer||Johnson & Johnson, India|
|Pack Size||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Tube/s||US$ 9.00||US$ 9.00|
|3 Tube/s||US$ 7.83||US$ 23.5013%US$ 27.00|
|6 Tube/s||US$ 7.33||US$ 44.0019%US$ 54.00|
Retino A Cream .05% is a prescription treatment for patients with severe acne problems. It is a widely used topical formulation for treating and preventing acne. It also speeds up skin cell replacement and reduces the signs of ageing. The active ingredient Tretinoin, the topical form of retinol effectively treats acne by exfoliating your skin cells and keep skin pores clear. The topical preparation helps eliminate bacteria that contribute to acne and improve the overall appearance of the skin. Tretinoin is a standard gold ingredient in skincare because it alters the behaviour of old cells as they can get replaced by new skin cells. It treats acne and refines skin texture. When Retino A cream is incorporated into a daily skincare routine, it helps accelerate skin renewal, encourages collagen production and reduces the appearance ageing including age spots, and uneven skin texture.
Less is more when it comes to applying Retino A cream .05%. Using too much could lead to inflammation, redness of the skin, and make hyperpigmentation worse than ever. Make sure the affected skin area is dry before you apply tretinoin because applying it on damp skin may make it more irritating. Use it 15 minutes before or after applying the moisturizer. You only need a pea-size amount to cover the entire affected area of the face. This topical formulation will increase your sensitivity to the sun, so it is essential to wear sunscreen against sun exposure.
The common mistake that most people make with retinoids is that they put too much of the formulation, but only a pea-size amount is enough for the entire face. Slathering on tretinoin cream won’t only cause to run off the supply quickly, but also increase redness, dryness, and irritation. Even when used with precautions, Retino A cream .05% can be quite drying, that’s why dermatologists recommend a moisturizer just before bedtime.
No direct sunlight when using A retinoid formulation. Retinoid treated skin becomes super sensitive to sunlight and likely to burn and make the topical drug less effective. That is why most skincare experts and dermatologists recommend using this formulation at night and wearing sunscreen every morning.
Since Tretinoin, is a such a powerful ingredient, it can cause reddening or peeling of the skin. Dryness, flakiness, and even some breakouts may also occur when a retinoid is incorporated into the skincare regimen. Generally, it takes a few weeks for the skin to adjust. Begin slowly by adding it into your daily night care skin routine once or twice a week for the initial week and then increase gradually depending on how your skin reacts to the topical treatment. If there is a visible skin peeling, use it once a week for at least a month then increase to twice a week, be sure to monitor your skin for irritation before increasing use.