Epitrel Cream How To Use

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Debi Says:
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If used as just to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, how often would I apply and how much (dime size or less) ?

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David Says:

Hi Debi,

Epitrel is most commonly used as an acne cream, but I don't know if the application would be any different for treating fine lines and wrinkles; so that may be something you'd want to confirm with your doctor first.

From what I could gather, the US product equivalent is "Retin-A". However, both products contain the same active ingredient (Tretinoin); which is mainly used to treat severe acne.

The directions from Retin-A state the following:
"Apply a very thin layer, at night, before bed - only using a very small amount.
Then wash your face in the morning with a good cleanser, followed up with a good moisturizer."

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Tretinoin Details

I hope this helps!

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