Epitrel

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generic for Retin-A?


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Maddie Says:

What is epitrel? My husband bought this cream in Mexico several years ago and we can't remember what it's for.

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Calah Says:

it's an acne and anti wrinkle cream, its the generic form of Retin-A

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Verwon Says:

That is correct, they both contain Tretinoin, the acid form of Vitamin A, though it does have more uses than just as an antiwrinkle cream, such as being used to treat acne.

Learn more Tretinoin details here.

However, if the ones you have are several years old, it is likely that they are expired and no longer retain their effectiveness, so you may want to check on that, before using it.

Are there any questions or comments?

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NB Says:

Ok i used epitrel and one day i forgot to wash it of and now i feel like my skin is peeling every night how can i make that stop

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