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US Brand Name Retin-A
Generic Name Tretinoin
Other Brand Name A-Ret, RETINO-A, Tretinoin, Stieva
Manufacturer AKUMS, Shalaks Pharmaceuticals, J&J
Packing 20 gm
Form Cream , Gel , Gel
Strength 0.05%, 0.03%, 0.05%, 0.1%

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Introduction

Generic Retin-A comes from the family of medications called retinoids. It acts on the problem of acne by working on the development of skin cells. It is recommended for improving and enriching the texture and appearance of the skin.


Use

The medication is prescribed for the treatment of acne vulgaris and keratosis pilaris. In addition to reducing the count and severity of acne pimples, it also encourages speedy healing of pimples. It is a form of vitamin A and is prescribed for treating mild to moderate acne problem.


Side effects

Some of the common and frequently complained of, side effects include problems like skin peeling, dryness, redness, swelling, burning/stinging, or itching. Some patients have also complained of developing high sensitivity to sun, making them easily prone to sunburn.


storage

Store the gel at room temperature and keep it safe from sunlight. Keep the medication out of the reach of child.


Composition

Tretinoin is the active ingredient used in the composition.


Important Precautions

The medication is known for increasing oversensitivity to sunlight, wind and cold. Hence, patients who are applying the gel are asked keep safe from long exposure to the sun and sunlamps. They are advised to clad in protective clothing and apply a working sunscreen. Patients, who are pregnant or are breastfeeding, must consult their doctor before taking the medication.


Dosage and administration

Before applying the gel, patients must wash their face with clean water and mild soap. Tab it with fresh, clean cotton and then apply the gel. Only a thin layer before bedtime should be applied. Do not apply it near mouth, eyes or open cuts. Do not use very abrasive or harsh soups or cream.


Overdosage

Not many reliable cases of overdose of Retin-A has been registered. However, if you feel breathlessness, throat blockage, swelling of your lips, faces, or tongue or hives then call your doctor immediately.


Patient Information Sheet
A-RET Retin A 0.1% gel   Should be used under the advice of a Doctor. Information & guidelines provided here are to help you get better results. A-RET and ACNE A-RET CONTAINS TRETINOIN IN GEL /CREAM BASE When used under medical supervision. Tretinoin is regarded to ... [Read More]