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I just started using tretinoin for my face. I have a lot of white heads and black heads. My face started to itch and build allergies. Is this normal?

I just started using tretinoin for my face. I have a lot of white heads and black heads. My face started to itch and build allergies. Is this normal?

Yes: Your face is itchy, but not from allergies. During introduction of tretinoin it is usually irritating. With continued use the skin will tolerate it without itch, redness, peeling, etc. Use of other acne topicals, harsh washing, and use of large amounts make this worse. Wash gently. Wait at least 15min after wash before application. Use very small amt., use moisturizers. Skip 1 or 2 nights when se ...Read more

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Allergies (Definition)

Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more


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Where can u buy renova (tretinoin)?

Where can u buy renova (tretinoin)?

Require Prescription: In the usa, Renova (tretinoin) requires a prescription and is not available over the counter. ...Read more

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Can I get renova (tretinoin) in france?

Can I get renova (tretinoin) in france?

Not legally: Renova is a us brand of tretinoin. France, as does the entire european union, has strict rules against importing non-eu manufactured prescription medications. Honestly, I am not a huge fan of Renova and you can get regular tretinoin in france very easily. Be careful with sun-exposure and use a good sunscreen with it. Start of at a low-dose until your skin becomes tolerant and ten increase it. ...Read more

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Usage for renova (tretinoin). Does anyone know:?

Wrinkles: Used for acne primarily but designed for "improving' wrinkles by the manufacturer. ...Read more

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Can you use renova (tretinoin) once a week and get results?

Use more often: To start with, I recommend to my patients that it be used every night to get good results.
Even after four months, I ask them to use three nights a week. ...Read more

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So does florissant light or indoor lights effect renova (tretinoin)?

So does florissant light or indoor lights effect renova (tretinoin)?

Not to our knowledge: Fluorescent lights should have no effect as they do not emit solar radiation. ...Read more

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Can you take a 2 month summer break from renova (tretinoin) to catch a little sun. I mean little! Live in northeast and always in sun for summer.

Renova (tretinoin): Two weeks is a good amount of time. I usually recommend between one and two weeks prior to intense sun exposure. For moderate sun exposure, one does not need to stop the Retin-A at all, just use proper sun protection and avoid the sun in peak hours. Given that it will be difficult to avoid intense sun exposure on your trip, your plan to use sun protective clothing, eyewear and sunscreens. ...Read more

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Can you apply renova (tretinoin) in the day as long as you plan on staying inside out of sun? Thus does artificial light effect renova (tretinoin)?

Avoid ambient light: The difficulty with daytime plans of staying inside out of sun is that there is more ambient light than one intends, e.g. Through windows, etc. Plans change, and driving in the car will lead to exposure to sun. Artificial lights vary in wavelength, but usually are not the major concern. Check the particular types of light used, but most people avoid problems by using Renova (tretinoin) at night. ...Read more

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Botox and renova (tretinoin) at same time?

Yes: Botox is used to relax or paralyze certain muscles of expression that cause deep wrinkles or worry lines (ie: glabella, forehead, crows's feet). Renova is tretinoin, a derivative of vitamin a, which is topically as an anti-aging cream, to minimize pores, and to help with sun damage and age spots, and acne or whiteheads/blackheads. These products are complementary to one another. ...Read more

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Is tretinex different than renova (tretinoin)?

Tretinex=Acne Only: Tretinex is acutaine and used for acne. Tretinoin (Retin-A) is a cream used to treat sun dsmaged skin. Renova, in my opinion, has no use as it is tretinoin mixed with mineral oil to prevent its penetrating the skin, thus markedly reducing its effectiveness. At your age, tretinoin is what you need. See a plastic surgeon or dermatologist experienced in skin rejuvenation. ...Read more

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What is the benefit of renova (tretinoin) cream?

Benefits of Retin A (tretinoin): Retin a (tretinoin) was originally developed to treat acne. But is well know for its anti aging qualities by stimulating collagen production reducing fine and moderate wrinkles and treating age spots. ...Read more

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If you stop using renova (tretinoin) for the summer will you lose the results? I use for smoother skin

Some: If you stop using Renova (tretinoin) for the summer months you will lose some of your benefit. If you are very careful about sun protection and use an effective sunscreen every day then the loss should be minimal. ...Read more

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So what's the deal does indoor light effect renova (tretinoin).? Ie. Iphone light, tv light or florissant bathroom lights? Please explain in full

Light with UV: In general the light in the visible spectrum is not as dangerous (even an ez bake oven uses visible light) as the light in the uv spectrum. These other sources are unlikely to amuse any damage unless held extremely close for prolonged periods. ...Read more

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I need a reputable site to buy renova (tretinoin) without a prescription?

Only by prescription: Renova (tretinoin) is only available with a prescription. If someone offers to sell it to you without a prescription then you may be getting an inferior or bogus material and that would not be advised. ...Read more

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Which is the stronger concentration of renova (tretinoin) skin cream. 0.02 % or 0.05 %?

Which is the stronger concentration of renova (tretinoin) skin cream. 0.02 % or 0.05 %?

.05% > 0.02%: 0.05% is stronger than 0.02%. I have not previously used 0.02% but given the choice, the 0.05% formulation will be stronger. I hope this information is helpful.

Stephen weber, M.D., f.A.C.S.
Lone tree facial plastic surgeon. ...Read more

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Will renova (tretinoin) get rid of blackheads?

Meds: Many patients do well with over the counter benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid preparations. Some patients require topical or oral antibiotics or retinoids as well. If the over the counter meds alone don't control your acne after a month of daily use, see a doctor for additional treatment options. It is important to be persistent, and some patients 'get worse before they get better'. ...Read more

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How much does renova (tretinoin) cream cost?

Forget Renova (tretinoin): Renova (tretinoin) does little of what you want it to. Instead see a plastic surgeon specializing in facial rejuvenation. Retin-a, the main ingredient in Renova (tretinoin) is prescriptive because it penetrates the skin to actually work. You will have some irritation at first, but your surgeon can help yu through it to wonderfully rejuvenated skin. I prefer the Retin-A combined in the obagi nu-derm system. ...Read more

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Retin-a gel, renova (tretinoin) or retin-a==what is best?

Retin-a gel, renova (tretinoin) or retin-a==what is best?

Depends on skin type: These are all retin a containing products and the proper formulation for use depends on your skin type. For example if you have very oily skin, the gel works best. If you have dry or sensitive skin Renova (tretinoin) or retin a micro contain moisturizers and/or time release dispersion of the retin a to diminish adverse side effects of the traditional retin a preparations. ...Read more

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Can you use both renova (tretinoin) and bha/ aha for healthier skin?

Absolutely!: Yes, Alpha hydroxys (and beta hydroxys) can certainly be used with renova (tretinoin). I usually recommend my clients use Alpha hydroxys in the morning, followed by a moisturizing sunblock. Renova (tretinoin) should only be used at night, and never if you are pregnant. Good luck! ...Read more

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Been using renova (tretinoin) for a year. Just got a bad sunburn. Will it have long lasting negative effects (sunburn)and will it reverse my positive results?

Time will tell: Please continue Renova (tretinoin) and fda compliant sunscreen. This will keep things under control as much as possible. We don't have the perfect solution yet. ...Read more

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Usage for retin a, renova, and tretinoin cream?

ACNE: Retin a, renova, tretinoin are topical comedolytic and exfoliant use for acne. May cause photosensitivity. ...Read more

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Can you use tazorac in the day and renova (tretinoin) at night, given that your skin can handle it?

???: Not a great idea.
First, sunlight inactivates retinoids so whichever one you use during the don't won't work as well.
Second, you really only need to use one retinoid. You won't get any more benefit from using two, or even from using the same one twice daily.
Finally, tazorac tends to be harsh and Renova (tretinoin) was made to be very gentle. Strange combination to use both. ...Read more

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Heard that renova (tretinoin) cream made by galderma labs, and is a cheaper one, where can I find it?

Renova (tretinoin) Worthless: Renova (tretinoin) is Retin-A mixed with mineral oil to reduce the redness caused by Retin-A when you first start it. The redness is necessary for the Retin-A to work and the mineral oil is bad for your skin. The fact that you get no redness simply means that you are not getting any change. The redness goes away, but you you get the change you desire. Retin-a is best when combined. See a plastic surgeon. ...Read more

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Is renova (tretinoin) cream good for dark spots on the face?

First evaluate: First have a dermatologist evaluate this for possible mealnoma. Renova (tretinoin) cream provides one agent to help diminish dark spots but truly effective lightening may require more agressive treatment with hydroquinone and/or corticosteroids and/or chemical peels as well as cessation of hormonal preparations. ...Read more

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Age -spots treatment ; is renova (tretinoin) cream best?

Age Spot Treatment: Renova, (tretinoin) in my opinion, has no place in treating any skin condition. Retin-a replenishes collagen & reduces wrinkles. To treat spots requires hydroquinone. This can be used alone, but is best combined with retin-a, an Alpha hydroxy to remove abnormal cells, a pH restorer and a sun block. The obagi nu-derm system is the best way to do this. See a plastic surgeon specializing in skin rejuvenation. ...Read more

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My dermatologist prescribed me renova (tretinoin) cream for my face. Does anybody know what it stands for?

My dermatologist prescribed me renova (tretinoin) cream for my face. Does anybody know what it stands for?

It is a retinoid: Renova (tretinoin) is a retinoid similar to Retin-A which is used to treat the fine lines of the face. Chemically the compounds are related to vitamin a. They can also be used to treat inflammatory conditions of theskin, skin cancers, acne, and photoaging. ...Read more

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Is renova (tretinoin) cream effective in treating pimples and dark spots on the face?

Is renova (tretinoin) cream effective in treating pimples and dark spots on the face?

Yes and no: Renova (tretinoin) is tretenoin isis for acne both pimples and blackheads and whiteheads. It is also used to treat fine wrinkles. It does not do much for dark spots. Theoretically if the spot is superficial and it is used for a long time it might peel away at the spot to help some but don't hold your breath. ...Read more

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Why do some children have allergies?

Why do some children have allergies?

Exposure + Genes: One needs both a genetic component and "exposure" to a said allergen to develop an allergy. There is a growing support over the past 20 years, that growing up in an environment which is "too clean" can also lead to development of allergies down the road. Either way, allergies are on the rise. ...Read more

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