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#1 Suyana07

Suyana07

Posted 14 November 2012 - 10:56 PM

Hello, All I've started using ]Retin A Cream for my wrinkles[/URL], I would like to know as anyone has used it and please share your experiences of it ?

#2 l0ser_dust

l0ser_dust

Posted 14 November 2012 - 11:11 PM

Hi :) I use it for acne... Only experience I can offer that might relate is that the first time I used it, or whenever I run out and get my new prescription a few weeks later, meaning when you first start it or when you re-scontinue it, it makes skin SO BAD before it gets better. Peeling, flaking, redness, irritation, especially with sun exposure. But don't get discouraged and give up hope! After a few weeks I always see a great improvement... Makes those few week of misery worth the results for me. 



#3 clairejhon

clairejhon

Posted 15 November 2012 - 03:07 AM

sorry ! never heard of it 



#4 NicoleR71

NicoleR71

Posted 16 November 2012 - 10:46 AM

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#5 Jess Bailey

Jess Bailey

Posted 22 November 2012 - 06:54 AM

Originally Posted by l0ser_dust View Post

Hi :) I use it for acne... Only experience I can offer that might relate is that the first time I used it, or whenever I run out and get my new prescription a few weeks later, meaning when you first start it or when you re-scontinue it, it makes skin SO BAD before it gets better. Peeling, flaking, redness, irritation, especially with sun exposure. But don't get discouraged and give up hope! After a few weeks I always see a great improvement... Makes those few week of misery worth the results for me. 

 

i use it for acne as well and agree with the above. i've had to be careful about the cleansers i use, too, because my skin is much more sensitive now than it was before.



#6 rosalyhudson

rosalyhudson

Posted 26 November 2012 - 11:29 PM

Retin A probably a very good choice for to get rid of acne. But you should properly use it. Else it can create more problems than acne.






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