Pharmaceutical drug Retin A Cream is considered an effective cosmetology and drug, belongs to the group of Indian Ayurvedic medicines. Today it is considered one of the best products used for the local treatment of diseases such as acne, acne, pigmentation of the skin of the face, wrinkles and signs of natural aging. Active components can slow down the production of melanin, contribute to the rapid smoothing of wrinkles, eliminates inflammatory processes in the skin structure.
Composition and active ingredients
A key element of the tool is Tretinoin (a natural retinoid, the active form of vitamin A). The action of retinoids in creams allows you to clear clogged pores, eliminate existing boils, and effectively act on acne, including in the deep layers of the skin. The percentage of active ingredient in 1 gram of cream is 0.025%, 0.05% or 0.1%, respectively. Tretinoin treatment involves strict control of vitamin A intake, its excess may contribute to the appearance of hypervitaminosis, which leads to skin irritation and allergies.
What healing properties does Retin have?
The drug has a complex effect on the structure of the skin, causing a quick and lasting effect, manifested in the following actions:
- Control of sebum secretion, allows to reduce the degree of existing inflammation and promote active skin renewal;
- Accelerates the peeling of the upper layers of the skin, which allows to eliminate the effects of acne, freckles, age spots;
- It has an effective therapeutic effect in the treatment of acne, heals the skin without scarring;
- Rejuvenates the skin, makes it more elastic, smoothes wrinkles, improves the appearance of the skin of the face.
Indications for use Retin A Cream
The presence of skin infections of the face (acne, acne), rejuvenation and the removal of defects on the skin. The tool is able to provide quick and long lasting results. It is applied topically, applied with a thin layer to the problem area with a slight rubbing into the surface.
Use Retin, not recommended for children under 12 years of age. You should also abandon the use during pregnancy and lactation. Among other contraindications should be highlighted:
- Acute inflammatory skin diseases, including eczema;
- Damage of the skin of the face with dermatitis or seborrhea;
- The presence on the skin of wounds, burns or fresh postoperative scars;
- Increased sensitivity to sunlight, while using the cream, you should protect your face from direct rays, wind and cold.
Refrain from taking should be in the presence of increased sensitivity of the body to the current drug, and at the first manifestations of allergic reactions (urticaria, swelling of the face, difficulty breathing) immediately stop using the cream.
Possible side effects
The most frequent manifestations of such reactions may be dry skin, redness and burning. It is observed mainly in the first week of treatment, and then gradually goes down. Less common are pruritus and erythema, temporary hyperpigmentation. Also there is the likelihood of allergic dermatitis.
Mode of application
It is used exclusively externally and as directed by the attending physician. The average course is designed for 2-3 weeks of daily use, in exceptional cases, the patient may take up to 6 weeks to obtain a visible result.
In a dry, cool and completely protected from the sunlight rays, with limited access to the preparation of children. Cream can not be frozen!