You are very irritated by having acne on your face. You have applied so many creams on your face but did not get effective results. One day your friend suggested you to try a gel known as A Ret Gel and after applying the gel, you saw an instant result. You are now satisfied by using A Ret gel. Day by day, your face has become clear.
It is an excellent cream for the treatment of comedonal acne, acne vulgaris and heals the acne more quickly.
Tretinoin is a form of vitamin A that helps the skin renew itself and removes the other skin flaws such as acne, blackheads, and wrinkles by enhancing the collagen formation. It has the ability to modify the abnormal follicular keratinization, promotes the detachment of cornified cells and increases the shedding of corneocytes from the follicle. This causes extrusion of comedo contents from the skin and results in a decrease in the lesion of acne vulgaris.
A Ret Gel is commercially accessible in different dosing strengths of 0.025%, 0.05% and 0.1%. Before applying A Ret Gel, you should always wash your hands and the area of the skin thoroughly with a mild soap and dry gently. You should wait for some time to dry your skin completely before applying. A thin layer of A Ret Gel should be applied once a day, before bedtime to the skin where acne lesions appear. Excess application of A Ret Gel results in pilling of the gel. Do not wash the treated area for at least one hour after applying the gel. Do not apply A Ret Gel near your nose, mouth, eyes or inner ear. It will take 8 to 12 weeks for gaining desirable effects.
Some common side effects of A Ret Gel include skin redness, rashes, swelling, hives, dry skin, chest pain, stomach pain, and blistering.
Precautions while taking A Ret Gel: If you are allergic to Tretinoin or any of the ingredient present in it, then do not use A Ret gel. Avoid exposing your skin to sunlight while using A Ret gel because it can make your skin more sensitive to sunlight and sunburn may occur. You should not use A Ret gel on sunburned, windburned, dry, chapped, irritated, or broken skin. You should avoid applying a Ret gel in wounds or on areas of eczema. If you are a pregnant woman or a lactating mother, then do not use A Ret gel.