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We are very pleased that the FDA has approved our new strength of Retin-A Micro as this gives health care providers and patients a new option for the topical treatment of acne vulgaris," stated J.
Retin-A (tretenoin) works by decongesting follicular debris, helping to clear the follicles of comedones and opening up clogged pores.
Retin-A was developed about 20 years ago as an acne treatment.
Unlike regular Retin-A, Micro gradually releases Retin-A to reduce tenderness and soreness.
Retin-A still only has a licence as an anti-acne cream, but that doesn't stop dermatologists prescribing it for wrinkles.
fibers (wrinkle-free slacks, harder-to-run hose, stain-resistant carpet), and chemicals galore (from scrubbing bubbles that attack soap scum to Retin-A that attacks wrinkles).
Still, early this year, J&J senior management admitted that some workers had shredded thousands of documents related to a federal investigation of its promotion of Retin-A.
District Court for New Jersey on an obstruction of justice conviction arising out of the drug company's marketing of the acne medication Retin-A as an anti-wrinkle treatment.
If the acne does not improve, doctors might prescribe a stronger lotion or cream, such as Retin-A.
A tour through the inner workings of the J&J empire suggests that, in the case of at least four drugs - Zomax, Suprol, Ortho-Novum birth-control pills, and Retin-A - J&J, under Burke's leadership, willfully disregarded public safety in order to push its products.
Retin-A has been extensively publicized for making the skin look younger.
Researchers found that acne sufferers looking to simplify their treatment regimen without sacrificing results have further proof they can use a safe, easy and effective once-daily treatment of Retin-A Micro([R]) Pump in the morning along with benzoyl peroxide.
29, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When dermatologist and co-developer of Retin-A James E.
The skin care industry has lost two members who helped push the science to new levels with Retin-A and topical antioxidants.
We were told prescription Retin-A might help, and I heard that zinc oxide or a tea cream could work, too.