Protein binding: ≥ 90%
Half-life: 0.5-2 hours
Excretion: No data available
CAS number: 302-79-4
Drug Bank: DB00755
Molar mass: 300.442 g·mol−1
The active ingredient in Retin-A cream is called tretinoin. It normalizes the renewal of the skin by "peeling off" the cornifications in acne. This will allow the sebum to flow out of the pores better. The pores are refined and no longer clogged so easily.
The dose is individually adjusted to your needs. Apply the cream to affected areas once a day before going to bed, after carefully cleaning and drying the application areas.
If your skin is severely irritated during the initial treatment, apply the cream every other day. If your skin is not irritated, you can apply the cream twice a day.
The treatment usually lasts 8 to 12 weeks.
Avoid contact with eyes
Caution with concomitant treatment with topical drugs
Avoid sun light
Do not use on damaged skin
Do not wash affected areas too often
Hypersensitivity to the ingredients
Women planning a pregnancy
Acute skin inflammation
Avoid during pregnancy
No interactions with alcohol
No data available
Overdosing can cause side effects.
The signs and symptoms of a possible overdose are acute dermatitis with edema and skin erosions.
Interactions are unlikely or not significant
Change in skin pigmentation
Food does not affect the effects of the drug.
Do not store above 30°C.
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I bought the Retin A cream to fight my acne. I use the cream at night before bed. Retin A works beautifully. The Wauuu effect is already present after 6 weeks of regular use. I will definitely continue to use this cream and definitely recommend it!
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