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Retin A-A Ret-Tretinoin 0.025% Gel

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Tretinoin is the active pharmaceutical constituent of A Ret Gel. This medicine is widely used externally for acne, to remove anti-aging signs and removes and also lighten the sun spot marks. Use the A-Ret Gel regularly on time for effective result. Also improves the texture and appearance of the skin.

Quantity Strength Price Unit Price
1 Tube Tretinoin Cream 0.025% $2.66 $2.66
3 Tube Tretinoin Cream 0.025% $7.67 $2.56
6 Tube Tretinoin Cream 0.25% $14.66 $2.44

A-Ret Gel 0.025% contains generic tretinoin cream. It is widely used and appreciated by the users for acne treatment to reduce their severity as well as quick healing of acne. Even also reduces the lines and wrinkle marks that are signs of aging and reduces the sun spots. Even it is also used in combination with topical hair loss drugs. Tretinoin is a derivative of vitamin A that works to renew the skin by itself. It allows the cells of the skin to get loose and promoting the turnover of the skin to exfoliate the outer layers of the skin. It unblocks the pore of the skin and makes the oil gland to work properly. It reduces the development of blackheads and spots.

Uses of A Ret Gel:

Generic tretinoin cream (A Ret Gel) is used for the treatment of acne vulgaris, melasma, keratosis pilaris and photoaging.

Instructions for using A Ret Gel:

A thin layer of generic tretinoin cream is applied with the fingertips and massages it gently to the affected area where acne has appeared on the skin. Leave it to get air dry for 20 to 30 minutes. Wash your hands before and after applying the A Ret Gel. Avoid applying the cream near eyes, mouth or on the cuts and wounds as it can cause the irritation.

Storage condition for A-Ret Gel:

Store the cream at room temperature. Keep the drug away from sunlight. Keep the drug away from the reach of children and pets. Protect the drug from excessive heat, light and moisture.

Interactions of A Ret Gel:

Most common side effects of A Ret Gel are skin irritation. Other drugs that can show interactions are diuretics, tetracycline like Doxycycline, antibiotics like ofloxacin or ciprofloxacin; sulfa drugs like Bactrim, Cotrim and others are methotrexate, fluphenazine, promethazine, perphenazine,

Do not use any other skin products those contains benzoyl peroxide, sulfur, resorcinol or salicylic acid because it can interact with tretinoin.

Contraindications of A Ret Gel:

A Ret gel is contraindicated in those patients who are allergic or hypersensitive to the tretinoin or other ingredients of the gel.


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A Ret Gel is a topical formulation which is used once in a day. A Ret Gel is used preferably at night.

Missed dose:

Use the cream regularly at the prescribed time. If you have forgotten to apply then use it soon as you get remembered. If it is getting the time for the next dose omit it and continue with your regular doses.

Overdose:

Though tretinoin cream is not predicted to cause any overdosing reactions or symptoms if occurs. If you have doubts that you have used a very high amount get an immediate medical attention.

A Ret Gel 0.025% does not pose any serious side effects when used in the approved manner. However some mild side effects are peeling effects, redness, burning or harsh feelings at the site of application, dry skin and skin sensitivity increased to UV light. Some intense or serious side effects are crust formation or scaling of the skin at the site of application, inflammations and pimples, blisters, rashes, pain in the chest, etc.

Some precautions that should be taken while using A Ret Gel (TRETINOIN) are-

  • If you are allergic to the tretinoin then take proper precautions.
  • Do not apply lotions or cosmetics simultaneously with A Ret gel.
  • Avoid getting exposure to the sun unnecessarily or UV lights as it may increase the sensitivity of the skin. Use sunscreen lotion and the clothes to cover the face and hands if it is necessary to go out in the sunlight.
  • Do not use this gel during pregnancy as it may get absorbed through the skin and cause harm to the foetus.