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Retino – AC Gel Tretinoi...
Manufactured by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Retino- AC Gel Tretinoin and Clindamycin Gel serves as an effective combination of antibiotics & Vitamin A. This combination is used to treat nodular acne in adults as well as children. It reduces the amount of sebum (skin’s oil) released by our oil glands and blesses you with new skin cells sloughing off the dead ones.
Retino – AC Gel For Severe Acne & Pimples
Waking up every day having acne-prone skin can be quite devastating. Every complexion is beautiful in its own way but an even tone can add a lot to your complexion. People yearn for clear skin and try so many remedies until their world turns topsy-turvy with severe acne. Its time to stand dauntless now as Retino AC gel really has some magic spells that can wand away your acne. Tretinoin belongs to the class of Retinoids giving birth to new skin cells and Clindamycin is an antibiotic that inhibits the growth of bacteria causing acne. This clinically proven formula enriched with antibiotic properties and Vitamin A decreases the severity and number of acne pimples, bumps, and helps kill bacteria that cause acne.
How Do You Use Tretinoin And Clindamycin Topical?
Before the application of this product make sure that you read the patient information leaflet prescribed by the dermatologist.
First things first, make sure you wash your hands thoroughly before its application. Wash your face with a mild cleanser or soap and pat dry the areas of treatment with a towel. Make use of an only pea-sized amount of tretinoin and clindamycin topical. Apply to your entire face every night before your bedtime. Be cautious to avoid the eyes and lip area getting in touch with this gel. Also, take care that you do not wash your face more than 3 times a day when your treatment is ongoing. The continuous scrubbing would just make redness, peeling, and your acne-worse.
During the first few weeks of using this product, your acne might appear worse because the medicine is working on pimples forming inside the skin. You need to be patient as it may take several weeks to notice results from this medication.
Side Effects Of Tretinoin Gel
Remember that your doctor has advised you to use this medication considering its benefits more than risks. Side effects of Tretinoin gel include stinging, mild burning, redness, and dryness of skin where medication is applied during the first 2-4 weeks. You are likely to experience blistering or skin cracking. Concern your doctor immediately if any of these conditions persist or worsen up.
Although this medicine is prescribed and applied to the skin, your body may absorb enough clindamycin to cause serious side effects. Antibiotics can cause diarrhea, the sign of a new infection. If you have watery or loose diarrhea along with traces of blood then concern your dermatologist immediately. Also, do not consume any other medicine to stop diarrhea unless your doctor has guided you to do so.
Clindamycin Cream – Precautions & Drug Interactions
Save your eyes, nose, and mouth getting exposed to Clindamycin cream and if by chance they get so, splash water immediately. Refrain applying this medicine on sunburned, scrapped, dry, windburned, broken, or irritated skin. Avoid using skin products along with this medication that can cause irritation or burning sensations such as shampoos, harsh soaps, skin cleansers, permanent chemicals, hair removal creams or waxes, skin products with alcohol, astringents, spices or lime.
After this medication, your skin would turn very sensitive to the sun. So, Avoid prolonged sun exposure, sunlamps, and tanning booths. Put up a habit of protective clothing and cover the treated areas of skin when outdoors. Do not use this medicine if you have enteritis (inflammation in your intestines), ulcerative colitis, or severe diarrhoea. Keep this medication away if you are pregnant or on breastfeeding. Safety and efficacy not established for children below 12 years.