Epitrel Acido Retinoico

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Sam Says:


We would like the instructions for using the above product because it is in Spanish. Thanks



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David Says:

Hi Sam,

The english translation for this med is Retinoic acid, more commonly known as Retin-A (Tretinoin); which is indicated as a topical treatment for acne.

I don't know what percentage of active ingredients it contains, but the instructions for using this cream state that you should apply it once daily, and only at night, after washing your skin with mild soap and water.

Applying excessive amounts may cause skin irritation, so I'd just be sure to use it conservatively if your skin starts itching or has any burning sensations.

Additional details on dosage and administration can be found here: dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/lookup.cfm?setid=0ee4fccd

I hope this info helps!

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I have melasma from being pregnant and it did not fade or disappear. After not seeing any results from various creams over the counter and prescription creams. I am amazed at how effective this cream is. I have seen awesome results in just 3 weeks. Good Luck God Bless

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