Retino A Cream


Retino A Cream treats Acne, Wrinkles, Skin Texture, and Fine Line Pigmentation. The medication’s active ingredient is tretinoin.

It alters the pace of cell turnover by replacing older skin cells with newer ones.

Tretinoin also reduces blackheads and other blemishes by unclogging pores, allowing the skin’s natural oil-producing glands to function appropriately and minimizing blackheads. Additionally, Retino A Cream nourishes acne-prone skin and maintains open pores.

You might not see results for more than a week, so keep using Retino A Cream even if it seems to be ineffective.

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Retino A Cream 0.025% (20 gm)

Pack Size Quantity Price   Unit
$9.80 9.80
$27.93 9.31
$49.98 8.33
$72.32 8.04

Retino A Cream 0.05% (20 gm)

Pack Size Quantity Price   Unit
$19.40 9.70
$34.69 8.67
$49.80 8.30
$63.90 7.99


What is Retino A Cream?

Retino A Cream treats Acne, Wrinkles, Skin Texture, and Fine Line Pigmentation.

Tretinoin is the active ingredient in the medication.

It is a prescription drug readily available online and offline.

What are the uses of Retino A Cream?

If you are searching for a suitable therapy for your skin, Retino A Cream may be the answer.

It is a topical prescription medication for the following:

  • Skin texture
  • Fine lines and pigmentation
  • Acne

How does Retino A Cream work?

Tretinoin is the active ingredient in Retino A Cream.

It modifies the cell turnover rate by replacing older skin cells with new ones.

Tretinoin also eliminates blackheads and other blemishes by unclogging pores, allowing the skin’s natural oil-producing glands to function optimally and reducing blackheads.

Retino-A Cream is a vitamin A derivative. It assists in treating acne by decongesting pores and preventing the production of spots or pimples.

It usually takes more than a week to have a noticeable effect, so continue to use it even if it appears unsuccessful.

In addition, the active ingredient nourishes skin prone to acne and keeps pores open.

How to use Retino A Cream?

Ideal usage consists of a targeted application at night for the duration suggested by your physician.

The dose and duration of the medication will vary according to the ailment.

Before applying a thin layer of this treatment, you should typically cleanse and dry the affected area.

Comply with your physician’s instructions.

It should not be applied to injured or damaged skin or consumed or inhaled.

Symptoms may take weeks to subside, but constant use is the most effective method for achieving the best outcomes.

Note: If you have not experienced improvement after a few weeks, you should consult your doctor again.

Missed dose

Apply Retino-A Cream as soon as possible if you miss a dosage. 

However, if it is time for your next dosage, you should forgo the missed dose and resume your usual dosing plan. 

Do not increase the dosage.

What are the available strengths of Retino A Cream?

The Cream is also available in other strengths.

Ideally, the doctor prescribes the strengths and type of treatment based on your condition and age.

Side effects of Retino A Cream

Generally, the Cream is safe to use.

If taken on the advice of a doctor, it wipes out the chances of uninvited side effects.

However, a few patients may face the following:

  • Rash
  • Hives
  • Itching
  • Wheezing
  • Trouble in breathing
  • Unusual hoarseness
  • Swelling of face, mouth, lips, tongue, or throat
  • Intense skin irritation
  • Dry skin and itching
  • Red and blistered skin
  • Swollen Skin
  • Fever
  • Stinging and peeling
  • Change in color of skin

Interactions of Retino A Cream

Normal substances tend to interact with each other.

Medicinal products, too, can interact and result in side effects.

Hence it is advisable to be open with your doctor about your medical history or any of the medicines you are currently taking to avoid such effects.

Drug interactions

The Cream can react with the following medicines:

  • Anti-epileptic drug (Pentobarbital, Phenobarbital)
  • Antipsychotics (Phenothiazines)
  • Heart-related medicines (Diltiazem, Verapamil)
  • Immunosuppressant (Ciclosporin)
  • Medications to reduce bleeding (Aprotinin, Aminocaproic acid, Tranexamic acid)
  • Water pills (Thiazides)
  • Antibiotics (Erythromycin, Rifampicin, Tetracyclines, Fluoroquinolones, Sulfonamides)
  • Antifungal (Ketoconazole)
  • Drugs for stomach ulcers (Cimetidine)

Food interactions

Rarely, taking vitamin A with cod liver oil or halibut fish oil may raise the risk of vitamin A toxicity.

Disease interactions

Inform your doctor if you have Eczema (itchy, swollen skin) or any other skin problems before using Retino A Cream.


Keep the following things in mind after applying the Retino A cream:

  • If you have applied the Cream, then you should avoid exposure to sunlight and UV rays
  • If skin irritation or allergy persists, then stop using the Cream and consult your doctor
  • Always keep the Cream in proper conditions and out of the reach of children


Store the Cream in a cool and dry place.

Please keep it away from sunlight and the reach of children.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Retino A Cream safe?

Before cosmetic operations, your doctor will determine if you may continue using Retino A Cream or if you must discontinue it. 

However, laser hair removal and treatments are contraindicated when using Retino A Cream. 

Please notify your doctor of all medications you are currently taking before commencing this therapy. 

Additionally, consult a physician before beginning any cosmetic operation.

Can I get pregnant while using Retino A Cream?

You should talk with your doctor if you intend to become pregnant while using Retino-A Cream. 

Additional information

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