Consices description of A-Ret gel:
The a-ret gel is preeminent medication that is frequently used for the management of acne. It encloses Tretinoin as the primary active ingredient that helps skin to renew itself. This medication promotes unclogs pores, peeling of affected skin areas, decreases the number and severity of an acne pimple, and facilitates quick healing. A-Ret gel includes shedding of old hardened cells of the skin, skin cell renewal, and in the removal of fine lines with dark skin spots.
How A-Ret gel works?
A-Ret gel (Tretinoin) falls under the group of medications called as Retinoid. This medication executes therapeutic action by binding to beta and gamma retinoic acid receptors (RARs). Tretinoin present in A-Ret gel is a retinoid class of ingredient belonging to Vitamin A as its derivative. Tretinoin has keratolytic action and thus it helps to treat and prevent the formation of acne and pimples. All these processes improve your skin condition and make it flawless.
What is the dosing regimen of A-Ret gel?
The A-ret gel (0.25) is used is a topical agent used over the skin for external purpose meant to be used for one time daily during the night before going to bed. Wash your hands before and after the application of the gel. You must remove framework before using the gel, as it can cause interaction, or skin infections, clean, and dry your skin surface completely before using the gel. If in case your skin is dried then you can use a moisturizer. To apply the gel take sufficient amount on your finger then gently rub on the skin.
What are the Side effects of A-Ret gel?
The use of A-Ret gel may cause some common side effects such as stinging or sense of burning at the gel applied area, dryness of skin, increased sensitivity to sunlight, skin peeling, blistering or redness, and change in pigmentation.
Precautionary and warning while using A-Ret gel:
- While using Tretinoin escape use of any other cosmetic products that may contain alcohol, sulfur, resorcinol, salicylic acid or Benzoyl peroxide.
- Evade long time exposure to sunlight while you are treating with A-Ret gel and wrap your skin areas though stepping out in the sunlight.
- This medication is not advised to use if you have any skin condition of eczema, cut, irritated, or allergic reactions.