Retacnyl (Tretinoin) Cream
Active Ingredients- Tretinoin
Retacnyl (Tretinoin) is from the family of topical retinoid preparations applied for taking care of acne and other skin disorders.
Retacnyl uses/ indications
It is used for treating or taking care of Photoaged skin, acne and additional problems which create problems in the development of the skin's stratum corneum. Retacnyl (Tretinoin) may as well be applied for taking care of other skin ailments not listed in the list above.
Use Retacnyl cream once every day before going to bed. Wash the infected area with cold water before using Retacnyl (Tretinoin) cream. Gently rub the cream around the infected area until it is fully absorbed by the skin. Be gentle and use strictly as prescribed by your doctor, avoid excessive use or using it for a prolonged period of time. In form your doctor in case the symptoms doesn’t improve even after using Retacnyl cream for the prescribed period.
- Use with caution in patients suffering from Eczema.
- Be cautious while using it during intense weather.
- Keep away from eyes, mouth, angles of nose and mucous membranes.
- Consult a doctor before use during Pregnancy.
Retacnyl side effects
Normally Retacnyl is safe to use and doesn’t have any major side effects. Rare reports of the following health conditions have been associated to the use of Retacnyl cream. These include edema, erythema, and skin burning (condense quantity). Consult a doctor in case any of these Retacnyl side effects occur and is frequent and bothersome.
Other rare Retacnyl adverse reactions include minor hyper or hypo pigmentation (can be turned around). Allergic reaction to sunlight as well as sunlamps has also been associated to the use of Retacnyl cream. Stop using the drug immediately and consult your health care provider immediately in case any such Retacnyl adverse reactions occur.
This might not be the complete list of possible Retacnyl side effects, for proper details consult a doctor.
May interact when used with Keratolytic agents.
Pregnancy and lactation
No controlled studies revealing the effects of the use of Retacnyl (Tretinoin) during pregnancy or lactation, use only if the potential benefits outweigh the risk involved.