Tretinoin Retin A Micro Gel 0.1% (Generic Retin-A Micro)
IT IS WITH GREAT REGRET I HAFT TO ANNONCE THIS PRODUCT WILL BE DISCONTINUED ON SEP/2023 By Janssen
Tretinoin Retin A Micro Gel 0.1% contains tretinoin in a retinol gel base with microspheres. It differs from generic Retin-A as it is bright yellow in colour and contains time-released microspheres which appear to feel grainy or gritty and deeply penetrate into the skin’s epidermis. It is marketed as having fewer side effects than generic tretinoin.
Tretinoin is derived from Vitamin A. It is used to treat acne to prevent the formation and spread of acne, pimples, and blackheads. It is also used to treat sun-damaged skin pigmentation. It works by removing dead skin cells, increasing collagen production, plumping out skin therefore leaving younger, brighter and more youthful skin cells.
Retin A Micro Gel is used also to treat sun-damaged skin, pigmentation, hyperpigmentation, sun/age spots and reduces excessive oil production in the skin.
Apply a pea-sized amount at night time, avoiding the corners of your eyes mouth and nose.
It is important to keep your skin hydrated and be diligent by using an SPF 50 the following morning.
A great product to use with Tretinoin Retin-A is Lipidz deeply hydrating rapid barrier repair cream & Z Block Zinc Oxide SPF 50 which is also deeply hydrating which can also be purchased on this website.
Manufacturer Is Janssen pharmaceutical company of Johnson & Johnson
Retin A Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Retin A?
Tretinoin, also referred to as all-trans retinoic acid, is a drug used to treat acne and acute promyelocytic leukaemia. It is applied to the skin as a cream, gel, or ointment to treat acne.