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How To Use Retin A When You Have Facial Hair
Purpose: It depends on why you are using retina. If you are using retina for acne, i would suggest just using it on the areas of the skin which are clean shaven. If you do not plan on shaving the area where you want to use the retina, application may be difficult getting the medicine to the skin. Be sure to let your face dry completely before applying to limit irritation. ...Read more
Facial hair is a physical characteristic usually found on males where hair grows around the chin and lower portion of the face. The development of facial hair usually begins during puberty. Additionally women can occasionally develop facial hair but it usually happens when hormone levels change, ...Read more
No.: I know of no evidence that it does. The same hormones that cause acne can also cause unwanted facial hair, so people treating their acne with Retin-A might erroneously blame their Retin-A for any hormonally-induced facial hair. That's the only way i can think of that such a misconception could take root. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello. Have you seen any studies that indicate the efficacy of using Retin A (tretinoin) with Minoxidil to restore hair growth?
I recently stop using spironolactone that was prescribed for acne. In the last 3 weeks i started using retin a (tretinoin). I am now experiencing hair loss.?
Could tretinoin cause hair growth? I heard from some women who experienced facial hair growth from using it, is that possible?
No: Effect will be alm, ost the same. ...Read more
Why did my face clear up a lot with retin-a the first two weeks but then got a little red in the cheek area and now it's always there ? Is this normal
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