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Tretinoin

How do I finish reading what is posted. I click on the link but it doesn't take me to the rest of remark. ## Hi Lisa, Which thread is it that you are trying to view? If you could post a link, that would make it a lot easier for myself or someone else to help find a solution. If you haven't already done so, I would also recommend trying a different browser to see whether or not the full post appears on there. If you're running on Safari, I believe you can even reset the browser in user preferences. I hope this helps! Please post back if you need any other suggestions. ...

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 Tretinoin, ATRA

Tretinoin, also known as all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA), is medication used for the treatment of acne and acute promyelocytic leukemia.[1][2][3] For acne, it is applied to the skin as a cream or ointment.[3] For leukemia, it is taken by mouth for up to three months.[1] Common side effects when used by mouth include shortness of breath, headache, numbness, depression, skin dryness, itchiness, hair loss, vomiting, m...
tretinoin cream

Hello I had a question on tretinoin cream about it hepling for post inflammatory hyperpigmentation does it really help. I have the 0.1% and all my acne is gone but im stucm with these red dark marks on my face. Im 19 years old brown skin ## Hello, David! How are you? Actually, if you were using it for acne, then the Tretinoin cream could have caused the hyperpigmentation. It has been known to do that, according to the FDA medication information sheet. Other side effects can include skin irritation, sun sensitivity and stinging. Thus, it might not be something you want to use to try to get rid of this, unless your doctor has instructed you to use it for that. What else do you use on your skin? ## hello david, you can used supatreat 0.04% gel for your red marks. it is good cream for acne ... ...

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tretinoina cream

I want some Reacel-A Tretinoina cream but I can't find it in your product list? ## Hello, June! How are you? This website does not manufacture, prescribe, nor sell any medications or products, it is an information only resource. In the U.S., this requires a prescription from your doctor. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including skin redness, irritation, flaking and dryness. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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tretinoina crema

A dermatologist prescribed Retin A for my skin for exfolient and regrowth of new skin. It has worked wonders and my skin looks alive again. This was yrs ago and I now buy Epitrol from Mexico. Does very well and I will continue to use it since people tell me I do not look my 74 years. It never caused rash or peeling as I used it per instructions. Also I use a cream on top. ## Hello, Nonna! How are you? I am so glad that it has worked so well for you. However, due to the risks, I can't encourage anyone to obtain it elsewhere and use it without their doctor's approval. It can cause the peeling and skin burning as side effects, according to the FDA, which could result in scarring and worsening of some skin conditions. What type of cream do you use with it? ...

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tretinoin cream 0.1%

anti-wrinle cream ## is tretinnnnoin effective on scars and wrinkles? can it be applied on a open blemish? is this a good product? ## I've been prescribed tretinoin cream to dry out some skin pores that have gone crazy. IS it a wrinkle cream too? I can't find any info on it. ...

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 Mequinol + Tretinoin

Mequinol, MeHQ or 4-methoxyphenol, is a phenol used in dermatology[1] and organic chemistry.[2] Contents 1 Uses 1.1 Dermatology 1.2 Organic chemistry 2 Preparation 3 Safety 4 See also 5 References Uses Dermatology Mequinol is a common active ingredient in topical drugs used for skin depigmentation. As a topical drug mequinol is often mixed with tretinoin, a topical retinoid. A common formulation for this drug is an ethanolic solution of 2% mequino...
epitrel tretinoina

a friend brought this cream back from mexico but I cant read the instructions ## I bought Epitrel from Mexico. I overdid it looking for fast result. It causes the top layer of your skin to peel off and that is how it gets rid of wrinkles and scars so don't overdo it.It is like a chemical peel in a way. Then new skin growers out ## Can you post back with those instructions, so I can translate them for you? The NIH warns that this medication can cause side effects, such as skin redness, irritation, itching, and flaking. ...

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reacel a tretinoina

I have a tube of Reacel-A that I bought in Mexico and it is now expired. Is it harmful in anyway to use this if expired? ## Hello, Gina! How are you? It would be best to dispose of it. Liquid and cream medications tend to degrade faster than other forms, so it is possible that its actually gone bad, since it's expired. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including skin irritation, dryness and redness. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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 Tretinoin Liposomal

Tretinoin, also known as all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA), is medication used for the treatment of acne and acute promyelocytic leukemia.[1][2][3] For acne, it is applied to the skin as a cream or ointment.[3] For leukemia, it is taken by mouth for up to three months.[1] Common side effects when used by mouth include shortness of breath, headache, numbness, depression, skin dryness, itchiness, hair loss, vomiting, m...
crema epitrel tretinoina

I have been using the .025 version of this cream for a year and wish to get more but am not traveling to Mexico this year (unfortunately). Do you know of a reputable web site where this cream can be found? thank you. ## Hi Sandy, Based on my research, Retin-A (tretinoin) is reportedly a US brand of the same topical cream that your seeking. The only thing is, this medication has to be prescribed by a doctor or dermatologist here in the states, so you wouldn't necessarily find it online w/ out a valid prescription. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Retin-A Details I hope this info helps! ...

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epitrel, .05% tretinoina crema

I purchased epitrel at Cabo and can't read the instructions in spanish. How do you apply and how long to use leave it on your face? ## Epitrel contains the active ingredient Tretinoin, it's Retin-A. It is mostly used to treat severe acne. The directions say: Apply a very thin layer, at night, before bed. You only need to use a very small amount. Wash your face in the morning with a good cleanser, then follow with a good moisturizer. Read more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## Is there an expiration date. I have some that is 10 years old. unopened. ## can i use epitrel in conjunction with oracea ...

Updated in Retin-A
 Clindamycin Phosphate + Tretinoin

The drug combination clindamycin/tretinoin (trade name Ziana and Veltin) is a topical acne treatment. It combines clindamycin phosphate (1.2%), an antibiotic, and tretinoin (0.025%), a retinoid.[1] It comes in 2, 30, and 60 gram tubes and should be stored at 25°C (77°F), with the tube tightly shut away from light.[2] Side effects may include peeling, redness, dryness, itching and photosensitivity. Also, topical clindamycin may rarely cause diarrhea or...
Regarding Epitrel Tretinoina Cream

How often (how many days per week) should this cream be used? I am 67 years old and am using it to treat sun damage (actinic keratoses) on my face. ## From what I was able to gather, the primary ingredient in Epitrel Tretinoina Cream is Tretinoin. Although I couldn't locate specific information stating how many days per week this should be used, I did find some other very important user information that you may find beneficial. The safety and administration guidelines for this medication note the following: "The effectiveness of Tretinoin Cream, USP (Emollient) 0.05% in the mitigation of fine wrinkles, mottled hyperpigmentation, and tactile roughness of facial skin has not been established in people greater than 50 years of age OR in people with moderately to heavily pigmented s... ...

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conzace vitamins and tretinoin creams

is it okay to take conzace everyday while having my tretinoin treatment? because conzace has high vit.A contents while Retin-A is also a vit.A. tnx ...

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 Fluocinolone + Hydroquinone + Tretinoin

The cream containing the drug combination fluocinolone acetonide/hydroquinone/tretinoin (trade name Tri-Luma) is used for the treatment of melasma (dark skin patches). It is marketed by Galderma.[1][2] References ^ Drugs.com: Tri-Luma ^ Tri-Luma prescribing information This dermatologic drug article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.vte
tretinoin cream 0.025 vs acetonido de fluocinolona

My Dr prescribed tretinoin cream 0.025% for wrinkles and I also have acetonido de flucinolona. Are they the same product? The one from Mexico said 10 mg. ## No, they are not, the Tretinoin can treat acne and may prevent some wrinkles, while the other is an antifungal cream. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including skin redness, dryness, irritation, and flaking. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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 Avita Tretinoin, ATRA

Tretinoin, also known as all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA), is medication used for the treatment of acne and acute promyelocytic leukemia.[1][2][3] For acne, it is applied to the skin as a cream or ointment.[3] For leukemia, it is taken by mouth for up to three months.[1] Common side effects when used by mouth include shortness of breath, headache, numbness, depression, skin dryness, itchiness, hair loss, vomiting, m...
 Renova Tretinoin, ATRA

Tretinoin, also known as all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA), is medication used for the treatment of acne and acute promyelocytic leukemia.[1][2][3] For acne, it is applied to the skin as a cream or ointment.[3] For leukemia, it is taken by mouth for up to three months.[1] Common side effects when used by mouth include shortness of breath, headache, numbness, depression, skin dryness, itchiness, hair loss, vomiting, m...
 Altinac Tretinoin, ATRA

Tretinoin, also known as all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA), is medication used for the treatment of acne and acute promyelocytic leukemia.[1][2][3] For acne, it is applied to the skin as a cream or ointment.[3] For leukemia, it is taken by mouth for up to three months.[1] Common side effects when used by mouth include shortness of breath, headache, numbness, depression, skin dryness, itchiness, hair loss, vomiting, m...



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