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Hi my doctor prescribe me tee tree soap, clindamycin sloution and tretinoin cream 0.05 %.. But my 1st week get me more breakouts, is it normal?
Yes: As your skin is 'getting used to' the treatment, much of the material that works its way to the surface is being released a bit more quickly resulting in a higher number of acne eruptions than normal. This should settle down as your skin gets accustomed to your new regimen. Hang in there! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was prescribed minocyline HCl and tretinoin cream a week and a half ago. How long should the combo take to clear my skin?
Acne: On average, it usually takes 4-6 weeks to start see response to these medication. Keep working with cleaning your face with hypoallergenic soap like neutrogenea ...Read more
Hi want to ask is it effective to use Tretinoin Cream for my stretch marks? Thankyou and Godbless!
Tretinoin: You can use but don't be disappointed if it doesn't work ...Read more
At least 4 weeks: It may take 4-6 weeks to see beneficial results from acne treatment with a tretinoin. This is the lower strength so sometimes you may need to increase the strength. Tretinoin is first line therapy for mild to moderate comedonal acne. Keep in mind it is a photosensitive medication, avoid applying in the daytime especially in the summer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Use forever: I love tretinoin and think that every non-pregnant person should be using this (until it expires, of course). A small pea sized amount to your entire face at night is recommended. You can use it elsewhere if desired but not overuse as will cause irritation. Works for acne, pigmentation, mild scars, and reversing sun damage. Use the right sunscreen daily and give it 6-9 months for best results. ...Read more
Can I use tretinoin cream to treat the steroid induced rosacea (type 2) ? Is this safe to use it in long term?
Will tretinoin cream fade surgical scars? If not what cream is best for fading red surgical scars three years old.
Make up: does not need treatment. If it bothers you fading make up may be more beneficial and less toxic ...Read more