Combination of: Hydrocortisone, Hydroquinone, Tretinoin
A-Ret HC , commonly known as retinoic acid, belongs to the retinoids class of medicines (synthetic or man-made vitamin A). Cream with 0.05 percent A-Ret Acne (pimples), sun-damaged skin, and leukemia are the most common uses for 20 gm (blood cancer). Acne is a common skin disorder in which hair follicles become clogged with dead skin cells and oil. A growth in the number of white blood cells (WBCs) in your body causes leukemia, a kind of blood cancer.
Cream with A-Ret is a type of vitamin A that reduces oil secretion in the skin, loosening and unblocking pores on the skin’s surface. This prevents pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads from forming. A-Ret HC also inhibits the overproduction of aberrant blood cells while promoting the growth of mature, normal cells in the blood and bone marrow. A-Ret HC is an oral version of A-Ret that is used to treat leukemia (a type of blood cancer).
Cream with A-Ret HC Topical and oral dose forms of 20 gm are available. A-Ret HC should be taken exactly as directed by your doctor. On the fingertip, apply a topical version of A-Ret HC to the clean and dry afflicted area. A-Ret HC should not be used to the nose, mouth, eyes, ears, or vaginal area. If A-Ret HC unintentionally comes into contact with certain places, thoroughly rinse with water. Dry skin, peeling, redness, burning, itching, or stinging sensations are common in some persons. The majority of these A-Ret HC side effects do not require medical care and will go away over time. Please visit your doctor if the side effects persist or worsen.
Please inform your doctor if you are allergic to A-Ret HC or any other medications. Before taking A-Ret HC , see a doctor if you are pregnant, nursing, or planning to become pregnant. While using A-Ret HC , avoid exposure to the sun as it may make your skin more susceptible to sunlight and cause sunburn. When going outside, use protective gear and apply a sunscreen lotion (SPF) to avoid being sunburned. Do not use more A-Ret HC than is recommended because it does not produce faster or better results, but instead causes peeling, redness, and skin pain. Patients with a history of depression, eczema, skin cancer, or fish allergy should proceed with caution when using A-Ret HC.
Acne, wrinkles, and leukemia are all treated with A-Ret HC (blood cancer)
Cream with A-Ret HC is a type of vitamin A (retinoid) that reduces oil secretion in the skin, loosening and unblocking pores on the skin’s surface. This prevents pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads from forming. A-Ret HC also inhibits the overproduction of aberrant blood cells while promoting the growth of mature, normal cells in the blood and bone marrow. A-Ret HC is used in the treatment of leukemia in the oral form (a type of blood cancer).
Before and after applying A-Ret HC , wash your hands. Try to clean and dry the afflicted skin area before applying it. If you apply A-Ret HC to damp skin, it may irritate it, so avoid washing the treated area. Also, wait at least 1 hour after applying A-Ret HC before using any other skin products. Face should be washed with mild soap and patted dry. On the fingertip, apply a small pearl-sized amount of A-Ret HC to the clean and dry afflicted region once a day in the evening. A-Ret HC should not be used to the nose, mouth, eyes, ears, or vaginal area. If A-Ret HC unintentionally comes into contact with certain places, thoroughly rinse with water. If you’re taking A-Ret HC by mouth, consume the entire capsule with a glass of water. To avoid stomach upset, take A-Ret HC with food. It should not be broken, crushed, or chewed.
Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.
A-Ret HC Side Effects
A-Ret HC , like all drugs, can produce adverse effects such as dry skin, peeling, redness, burning, itching, or stinging sensations. The majority of these A-Ret HC side effects do not require medical care and will go away over time. Please visit your doctor if the side effects persist or worsen.
Stop using Tretinoin and see a doctor if skin irritation, redness, burning, or stinging intensifies at the application site. If you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or nursing a baby, you should get medical advice before using Tretinoin. Tretinoin may make the skin more sensitive to the sun, therefore avoid sun exposure, use a sunscreen lotion, and wear protective clothes when out in the sun. Tretinoin should not be used in larger amounts than indicated because it does not produce faster or better outcomes and instead causes peeling, redness, and skin pain. When combined with medicinal or abrasive soaps, cleansers, shampoos, astringents, products containing high concentrations of alcohol, electrolysis, hair depilatories or waxes, or topical drugs, Tretinoin should be used with caution. When Tretinoin is used with an antibiotic (tetracycline), the risk of cerebral hypertension increases (increased blood pressure in brain).
Interactions Between Drugs
Tretinoin may interact with antiepileptic drugs (phenobarbital, phenobarbital), antifungals (ketoconazole), heart medications (diltiazem, verapamil), antibiotics (erythromycin, rifampicin, tetracyclines, fluoroquinolones, sulfonamides), stomach ulcer medicines (cimetidine), immunosuppressants (ciclosporin), anti (phenothiazines).
If used with cod liver oil or halibut fish oil, it may raise the risk of Vitamin A poisoning in rare cases.
Drug-Disease Interaction: Before taking Tretinoin, tell your doctor if you have eczema (itchy, swollen skin) or any other skin problem.
The effects of alcohol on Tretinoin are unknown. Before drinking alcohol while taking Tretinoin, talk to your doctor.
Tretinoin is a Category C pregnancy medicine that should be avoided by pregnant women since it may harm the unborn child (especially in the last trimester).
Tretinoin is not known to be excreted in human milk. Before using Tretinoin while nursing, talk to your doctor.
When used orally, tretinoin might produce dizziness or a strong headache. As a result, only drive if you are alert after taking Tretinoin.
Please visit a doctor if you have any concerns about the usage of Tretinoin in people with liver disorders (such as jaundice).
Please visit a doctor if you have any concerns about the usage of Tretinoin in people with kidney problems.
No habit formation
Advice on Diet and Lifestyle
When using Tretinoin, stay out of the sun because it can make your skin more sensitive to the sun and induce sunburn. When going outside, use protective gear and apply sunscreen to avoid becoming sunburned.
Regular exercise can help you feel better about yourself and boost your mood, but it won’t cure acne. Shower as soon as you finish your workout since sweat can worsen acne.
Wash your hair on a regular basis to prevent hair from falling across your face.
Use water-based cosmetics and make sure you’re entirely free of make-up before going to bed.
Clean and dry the afflicted region before applying Tretinoin.
Tretinoin should not come into contact with your nose, mouth, eyes, ears, or vaginal area. Rinse with water if Tretinoin comes into contact with these locations by accident.
Tretinoin should not be used in larger amounts than indicated because it does not produce faster or better outcomes and instead causes peeling, redness, and skin pain.
Squeezing spots or attempting to clear blackheads can aggravate them and result in lifelong scarring.
Other details: This item is non-refundable.
Concerns of Patients
Acne is a common skin disorder in which dead skin cells and oil clog hair follicles, resulting in pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads. Acne affects people of all ages, but teenagers are the most affected. Pus-filled pimples, uninflamed (non-swollen) blackheads, and red, big, and painful bumps are all signs of acne.
Leukemia (blood cancer) is a form of blood cancer that causes an increase in the number of white blood cells (WBCs).
Tretinoin can make skin more sensitive to sunlight in treated regions. As a result, avoid or limit your exposure to the sun and sunlamps. To avoid sunburn, use a sunscreen with at least SPF 15 and wear protective gear when going outside.
After 1 hour after Tretinoin application, you can use cosmetics, but avoid cosmetics with a strong drying effect because they might cause skin irritation. If you’re wearing makeup, wipe your face before reapplying Tretinoin.
Tretinoin may produce skin irritation, burning, or itching when applied to the skin. Patients who use Tretinoin-containing medicines may experience increased irritation when exposed to extreme environmental conditions such as cold or wind. If the discomfort worsens, discontinue using Tretinoin and seek medical advice.
To avoid dryness in the treated regions, it is recommended that you use moisturizers every morning.
Tretinoin does not entirely erase wrinkles or restore sun-damaged skin. Tretinoin, when used with other skincare products, may help to decrease fine wrinkles.
Tretinoin should be taken for as long as your doctor has prescribed it. Tretinoin treatment, on the other hand, can take up to 6 months to have effective results.