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I have Tretinoin cream, 0.05%, with an expiration date of 03/2010. Is it still good to use?

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3 Jun 2010

Usually expired meds are not recommended to be used as the effects of the meds are no longer guaranteed & it becomes less or not effective at all. Hope this helps?

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