Retin-A is undeniably the best topical cream available to address a range of skin concerns. Follow all directions on your prescription label. Do not use this medicine in larger or smaller amounts or for longer than recommended.
Using more medicine or applying it more often than prescribed will not make it work any faster, and may increase side effects. Keep Retin-A cream away from the corners of the nose, mouth, eyes and open wounds.
1.Wash your hands before and after applying Retin-A cream. Then, wash your skin with a mild soap and dry gently. Wait 20 to 30 minutes before applying medication; it is important for skin to be completely dry in order to minimize possible irritation.
dry skin is mandatory for the application of Tretinoin. Many chemicals can interfere with effectiveness of the cream. Ensure a proper cleaning and wait for your face to fully dry before application. Tretinoin must fully absorb into your skin. Having water on the surface of your face will prevent it from settling properly.
2. You’d better using Retin-A in the evening before go to bed.Squeeze a small amount of tretinoin (roughly the size of a pea) out of the tube and onto your finger. Rub the tretinoin onto your forehead, cheeks, chin and other areas in which you notice wrinkles.
Avoid applying tretinoin directly to you lips, nostrils and areas close to your lips, as these parts of the face can potentially become irritated. If you have liquid tretinoin solution, use a cotton pad for more precise application. Skip the missed dose and go back to your normal time.Do not put on 2 doses or extra doses.
3. Storage: Tretinoin should be store at room temperature, between 15 C – 25 C (59 F – 77 F).keep it out of the reach of children.