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Retin-A - Extremely dry skin- help!?

Posted 15 Jan 2017 by Janinemc 0 answers

I just started two weeks ago on the lowest dose in a compounded cream and every other day. Most of my face is okay, just mild peeling and dryness. My chin is extremely dry, almost hard because it's so dry. Do I push through or give my chin a rest? Thanks!

Retin-A - Is it okay to use Tretinon after it is expired?

Posted 28 Aug 2016 by Gltorres 0 answers

Will it harm me? I know the strength is probably not as strong once it's expired but something is better than nothing. Can you use this for wrinkles too?

Retin-A - Should I purchase Retin -A??? Am confused please rply me?

Posted 24 Jul 2013 by alias_she 1 answer

I do not have pimples but there are scars on my face with open pores as well as blackheads and whiteheads. My skin is of sensitive types. Should i purchase Retin -A? will it leave my skin worse? are some of the questions that come to my mind. i need a genuine answer. so please rply back to me.

Is the generic (tretinoin) as effective as the name brand of Renova? Man, Renova is expensive. CVS?

Posted 22 Sep 2011 by Jobeth Hulagirl 1 answer

... wants $262. The cheapest I have found Renova is at the Costco Pharmacy for $175. I know as far as precription meds go, sometimes the generic is just as good and sometimes it is a far cry from the brand name... Thanks!

why does the skin looks thin whe using retin-a?

Posted 10 Aug 2009 1 answer

Photoaging of the Skin - how does this work if you have freckles?

Posted 25 Oct 2009 by pacupatch 1 answer

I have sun spots from age and am post menapausal. My skin has done a 360 now with age spots and wrinkles I bought some retin A but am unsure if my having freckles makes a difference

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