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Retin-A (Tretinoin)

Retin-A is a topical medicine (applied directly on the skin) used to treat acne. It is available in a gel, cream, and solution.

Retin-A is for external use only. Do not use it in your eyes, mouth, or corners of your nose. Limit sun exposure while you are using Retin-A. If you have a sunburn, wait until it fully recovers before you start this medicine. Use sunscreen products (at least SPF 15) and wear protective clothing over treated areas when you cannot avoid being exposed to the sun. Weather extremes, such as wind and cold, can irritate your skin and should also be avoided while using this medicine. During the early weeks of treatment, a worsening of your condition can occur due to the action of Retin-A on deep, previously unseen lesions. Acne usually improves after 6-12 weeks of treatment. If it gets worse, do not stop using Retin-A, but tell your doctor.




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