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What is Retin-A Micro Gel Pump used for?

Retin A is used to treat acne. It is prescribed to help decrease the severity of acne and promote the quick healing of blemishes that do develop. Tretinoin is a part of the medication class named retinoids. It functions by affecting how skin cells grow. Tretinoin may also be prescribed in other forms to minimize fine wrinkles. Ask your doctor for more information about this application.

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    How to Use Retin-A Micro Gel Pump?

    Read the medication information given by your pharmacist before using Retin A. Before applying the medication thoroughly wash your hands. Wash your face with a mild or soapless facial cleanser and pat dry. Using your fingertips, apply a small amount of medication in a thin layer. Generally apply once daily before bed or as your doctor instructs you. Read the directions on the medication label.

    Only apply Retin A to the skin, and never apply inside your mouth or nose. Don’t apply to scraped, cut, eczema-affected, or sunburned skin. Do not get tretinoin in your eyes, flush with large amounts of water if you do. During the first few weeks of Retin A usage your skin may appear worse. This is because Retin A is working on blemishes forming under the surface of the skin. It can take 8-12 weeks to get the benefits from this medication and you will get the most benefit from regular use.

    Do not change anything about your Retin A usage unless you’ve talked to your doctor, your condition will not improve faster and it will increase your risk of developing peeling, pain, and redness. Pregnant people or those who may become pregnant should not handle Retin A as it can be absorbed through the skin.

    DISCLAIMER: The following is provided exclusively to provide general information for those who want to buy Retin A online and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek out a physician or other licensed health care provider’s advice for your medical condition or treatment plan. Do not ignore professional advice or delay seeking it out because of the information provided here.