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Retin-A for Scars

Retin-A is a topical derivative of vitamin A that is most commonly used to treat acne, but also has several properties that may he...

Instructions for Retin A Wrinkle Treatment

Retin-A therapy for wrinkles is described by skincare expert Paula Begoun as a "double-edged sword" due to this topical medication...

Micro Ingredients of Retin A

Retin-A Micro is a topical medication prescribed to teenagers and adults for the treatment of acne. It is one of the widest and mo...

Side Effects of Latisse for Lashes

Latisse is an ophthalmic solution containing the active ingredient bimatoprost. Its manufacturer Allergan originally produced bima...

Risks of Facial Fillers

Facial fillers are injectable substances administered to the skin to improve wrinkles and acne scars, according to the Mayo Clinic...

Treatment for Frostbite on the Ears

In winter months, people are generally concerned about frostbite. Freezing and death of tissue due to excessive exposure to cold t...

What Are the Treatments for Wrinkles on the Upper Lip?

Fine and deep lines on the upper lip and around the mouth are called perioral wrinkles. They are common wrinkles associated with a...

How to Make a Face Peel Mask with Oranges

Facial peels do wonders for the complexion, sloughing away dead skin cells to reveal smooth, glowing skin. If you think a facial s...

Retin-A Creams That Tighten the Neck

While wrinkles may be the most noticeable on your face, other areas of your body, like your neck, can sag and betray your age as w...

Alternatives to Retin-A

The topical cream Retin-A, also known by its generic name tretinoin, is used for a variety of skin conditions. According to the Ma...
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