Retinoid is a topically applied drug that treats both acne and wrinkles. It recently became available after the FDA approved it. The article appears to be more of an advertisement than a scientifically valid article. It took the FDA 20 years to approve it but now it is available over the counter. It has possible side effects, such as dryness, peeling and sensitivity. However, other products have issues as well. You should not combine it with other skin products. You should still see a dermatologist regarding the efficacy of this drug. You can also mitigate some of the issues associated with this drug by gradually increasing the amount used over time and dabbing a small amount on your wrist before using so that you can tell if you are allergic.
Differin no longer requires prescription to treat acne #acne #HealthStatus
It seems to be a very fortunate side effect that this medication helps with both pimples and wrinkles,
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