Tretinoin Lives Up To The Fuss
If you haven’t tried Generic Retin-A gel before, then you are in for a great surprise. There are loads of reasons why it tops all lists of skin care products for anti-aging, treating acne and even psoriasis and melasma. Tretinoin is so vital to our skin growth and longevity that our body even synthesizes it from Vitamin-A, creating all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA), also called just retinoic acid.
When you purchase prescription-only tretinoin gel, you are receiving the same Vitamin A derivative created in the body.
Solid research backs tretinoin/Retin A’s ability to minimize and slow the signs of aging, stimulate collagen and elastin production, repair sun damage (photodamage) and fade hyperpigmentation. Additionally, tretinoin is FDA approved to treat acne vulgaris.
Once applied to the skin, tretinoin is ready to go and is easily absorbed by the skin where it begins boosting new skin cell growth, stimulating collagen and elastin production. New skin cell growth helps us shed dead, dull thick layers of skin on the top of our epidermis. While tretinoin increases skin cell production, old skin cells beneath the skin are also pushed to the surface where they exfoliate. Once the dead skin cells flake away, shiny new skin hits the spotlight.
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Tretinoin Gel vs Tretinoin Cream
Tretinoin gels are micronized and delivered in an aqueous formula that enables a slower release of the active ingredient tretinoin (Retin A). A slower release is gentler on skin and may be better tolerated by sensitive skin types. Tretinoin creams are stronger on the skin because they are absorbed into the skin quickly, which causes a fast reaction.
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