What is Retin-A Gel?
Retin-A in a 99.9% water-based gel formula, leaving practically nothing on the skin but the active component. When mixed with water, the compound TEA forms a gel that is is 99.9% water. When the water evaporates, you are left with little else besides the active ingredient.
What does Retin-A Gel do?
Retin-A is a non-prescription solution proven to diminish fine lines and wrinkles. Most users, men and women, see immediate results.
What is Retin-A used for?
Retin-A is used to treat acne. It works partly by keeping skin pores clear. Retin-A may also be used to treat other skin diseases as determined by the doctor.
What are the side effects while using Retin-A?
90% of the user experienced no or mild erythema (redness), 84% experienced no or slight peeling, 88% experienced no or slight burning/stinging and 91% experienced no or slight itching at two weeks - the typical peak irritation period for tretinoin.
How to use it?
Retin-A works by unblocking the clogged follicles that leads to cystic acne. In treatment, they are usually used together with antibiotics. As the tretinoin opens up clogged follicles, the antibiotics enter and get rid of the bacteria that cause acne breakouts.