A-Ret Gel (Tretinoin) is used to treat acne. It is part of a family of drugs called Retinoids and is useful in preventing pimples and healing existing pimples.
How to use A-Ret Gel
A-Ret Gel (Tretinoin) is used to treat acne. It is part of a family of drugs called Retinoids and is useful in preventing pimples and healing existing pimples. It is also used to reduce the signs of ageing such as facial lines and sun spots. It can also be used alone or with other topical treatments to treat alopecia and other kinds of hair loss.
A-Ret Gel Dosage
Use as prescribed. Do not self-medicate or adjust your dosage without the guidance of your physician.
Before you apply A-Ret Gel (Tretinoin) always wash your hands and the area of skin to be treated thoroughly and leave air dry. Patients are typically advised to apply the cream once daily, either in the morning or late in the evening before bedtime. Avoid applying close to their eyes, mouth, nose, or inner ear. Do not apply to broken, damaged, or burnt skin.
The effects of this medication may not become visible until after 8 or more weeks.
A-Ret Gel Side Effects
Possible side effects include stinging sensations, peeling Possible side effects include stinging sensations, skin peeling, as well as redness of the skin. If any of these side effects persists worsen, or become worrisome, contact your physician as soon as possible. Seek immediate medical attention if you experience skin crusting, swelling, excessive redness, blistering, rashes, hives, chest pains, trouble swallowing or trouble breathing, as well as skin redness. Seek immediate medical attention if you experience skin crusting, swelling, excessive redness, blistering, rashes, hives, chest pains, trouble swallowing, or breathing problems.
A-Ret Gel Precautions
Use only as prescribed by a physician or dermatologist.
Cosmetics can be used on the treated area. However, you could still confirm with your physician. Always remove all cosmetics before applying this cream.
This product may increase the skin`s sensitivity to light. Avoid unnecessary exposure to direct sunlight, use high-factor sunscreen when you do. Avoid tanning booths or UV lamps of any kind while using this medication.
A-Ret Gel (Tretinoin) may not be suitable for all patients. Inform your physician if you are pregnant or breastfeeding before using this medication. Disclose full details of any of the following which apply to you to check their safety:
Any allergies you have.
Conditions or illnesses which you suffer from.
Any other medication or drugs which you are using (including non-prescription medication).
Any vitamins, dietary supplements, or herbal products which you are using.