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Retin-A is generically known as Tretinoin topical that assists with skin renewal. Retin-A as a form of vitamin A works with Avita for the treatment of acne. Renova, a brand name for Retin-A, helps in lowering the outlooks of wrinkles and mottled discoloration of the skin. It smoothens the coarse state of facial skin.
Mode of Indication, Dosage, and Duration of Treatment
You are advised to adhere to all given instructions by your doctor or those found on the prescription label. Ensure you do not take Retin-A more, less, or longer than it is required. Excessive use of this medicine may boost side effects; it doesn’t increase the improvement. Tretinoin is not an oral suspension. It should strictly be used only on the skin. Avoid its use on an open wound, dry, irritated skin, chapped, or windburned. Ensure you wash your hands very well with soap and water before application. You are required to wash the concerned parts with soap and dry gently. Apply after waiting for 20 to 39 minutes after drying completely the washed parts. Wait for an hour or more after application before washing off applied Retin-A. Keep away from the use of other products on the treated part for not less than an hour after Retin-A application. Ensure that Tretinoin does not touch the corners of the mouth, eyes, nose, and lacerations. The inordinate use of Retin-A gel may lead to pilling of the drug. In this case, make sure that in the next application, you use a thinner layer (gel). The use of Retin-A is an additional drug prescription to other important recommendations such as keeping away from sunlight and making use of sunscreen and guiding clothing. Avoid sudden withdrawal from the use of this medication even if there is no improvement (improvement may take several weeks). You are advised to use through the given period. Notify your doctor if there is no improvement on symptoms, or improvement acne (within 8 to 12 weeks) and if you experience a severe skin
Ensure you adhere diligently to the following precautionary measures before or during the use of Tretinoin:
- Patients who are allergic to Retin-A should keep away from the use of Tretinoin.
- Pregnant women or those that may become pregnant should seek the advice of their doctors before the use of Retin-A. It’s uncertain to decide if it is inimical to an unborn baby.
- Lactating mothers should seek the advice of their doctors before the use of Tretinoin. It’s uncertain to decide if it is inimical to a nursing baby or that it may be passed into breast milk.
Ensure you notify your doctor if you begin to experience any sign of an allergic reaction to Retin-A. These may be the inflammation of the throat, tongue, or face; hives; and difficulty in breathing. The following some of the common side effects of Retin-A:
- Mild warmth or stinging on the parts on which Retin-A is applied.
- Color of treated skin changes.
In a situation whereby you forget to use your prescribed medicine, you can always take it at the moment of recollection. However, mind the time for the next dose if not close. Taking at once two doses that are supposed to be used at different times should be avoided.
Peradventure you take more than the prescribed doses, quickly see your doctor or call for emergency medical help.
Retin-A is contraindicated in patients who are hypersensitive to Tretinoin or other related ingredients. You are advised to withdraw immediately you begin to experience allergic reactions to Retin-A.
Interaction with other drugs
You are advised to notify your doctor before using any new medication with Retin-A. Keep away from the use of skin products with sulfur, benzyl, salicylic acid or resorcinol. This may result in severe skin irritation. Get appropriate directions from your doctor. The following medications may interact with Retin-A:
- Prescription and over-the-counter medicines;
- Herbal products.