Retin-A-cream comprises of Tretinoin that is a retinoid and is a derivative form of Vitamin A. Retin-A-cream hold several uses that encompass treatment of acne pimples, whiteheads, blackheads, wrinkles, reduction of skin roughness, and improvement of skin appearance. All these responses are due to phenomenal attributes of Retin-A-cream by keeping the skin pores clear and unclogged.
Action mechanism of Retin A .1 Cream
Retin-A-cream is a Vitamin A derivative and is an established topical formulation of retinoid. Vitamin A derivative (retinoid) is proved to function as a significant regulator of cell reproduction, proliferation, and differentiation to improve skin characteristics for the treatment of acne, pimples, whiteheads, blackheads, and wrinkles. Retin-A-cream treats dark spots, rough skin, lightens your skin, and helps to replace the older skin with new one.
Conflicting conditions of the use of Retin A 0.1
- Individuals who want to use or are using Retin-A-cream make sure that their skin is not susceptible to reaction towards Tretinoin or any other constituent of cream
- Retin-A-cream must not be applied on the skin surface that is sunburned, chapped, irritated, wound, injured, or in eczema
- Pregnant women and nursing mothers if want to use Retin-A-cream are ought to take special considerations
Method to use Retin A Cream 0.1
Retin-A-cream is used for one time only at nighttime. Before using Retin-A-cream, a user must follow these steps-
- Wash hands and area for application
- Completely dry the skin area before application
- Squeeze out a pea size amount of cream from the tube and gently apply onto the area with soft spreading
- Wash your hands after application
Missed dose- The cream must be applied only in nighttime and that is for once only if you forget one-time dose then apply it as soon as you memorize but only during night duration.
Overdose- use of Retin-A-cream in an excess amount to achieve faster results will not give you any result. In fact, it makes your skin even more terrible.
Drug interactions with Retin A .1 Cream
Use of Retin-A-cream is not advised with any topical formulation that comprises of benzoyl peroxide, sulfur, resorcinol, or salicylic acid unless you are not prescribed or it may worsen your skin condition.
Storage criterion of Retin A 0.1
Tube or container of Retin-A-cream must not be kept in the contact of direct sunlight, heat, and moisture. You have to store the cream away from the reach of the children.
Negative responses of Retin A Cream 0.1
Redness, irritation, itching, peeling of skin, enhanced photosensitivity, sense of warmth, and stinging are some disagreeable effects of Retin-A-cream.
Cautionary measures while using Retin A .1 Cream
- Retin-A-cream must not be applied on any surface that is unintended like the inside of nose, mouth, or eyes.
- Retin-A-cream makes your skin more susceptible for sunlight, so you should protect the skin from sun exposure as much as possible with the use of sunscreen and protective clothing.
- Cosmetic products or other grooming products that are responsible for making the skin dry must not be applied.