Acne, wrinkles, and sun damage can all frustrate your dreams of healthy, clear, and youthful skin. Fortunately, Retin-A skin cream can achieve excellent skin repair. With regular use of Retin-A, even the most acne-ridden, sun-damaged, and wrinkled skin can become vibrant, smooth, and revitalized.
Better Skin Health
Retin-A helps rework skin health at the cellular level. Consistent use of Retin-A feeds the skin retinoic acid and vitamin A to normalize skin cell behavior and boost cellular metabolism so that the surface skin is better able to fight wrinkles and sun damage. Retin-A also helps boost collagen, a structural protein that keeps skin firm and elastic. By stimulating new collagen production, Retin-A can help prevent skin laxity, wrinkles, thinning, and photoaging.
Elimination of Acne
Acne in youth and into adulthood can be a temporary nuisance, but it can also leave lasting scars. Retin-A stimulates collagen and boosts skin health to combat acne and other temporary blemishes. Regular use can help keep your complexion clear.
Softer and Smoother Skin Texture
Users of Retin-A report that it improves skin texture. Retin-A has been proven effective in eliminating or reducing facial wrinkles, giving users softer and smoother facial skin. Treatment can also help minimize rough scars and textural irregularities.
More Even Skin Tone
Retin-A is known for its ability to eliminate brown spots. These spots, caused by sun exposure, are blemishes that stand in the way of an even skin tone. With regular use of Retin-A, users can achieve clear, evenly toned skin that looks youthful and unblemished.
Treatment With Retin-A
The first treatment with Retin-A is applied in the office by a skin care professional. The patient then takes Retin-A home to continue using it on his or her own every night. Most often, nightly treatment is necessary for up to one year, after which less frequent maintenance is often suitable. Treatment with Retin-A may be recommended for older patients with fine facial lines and signs of sun damage. It may also be given to younger patients who have had long-term sun exposure. Retin-A is appropriate for use on its own but can also be used as a precursory treatment to other treatments such as a chemical peel or facelift surgery. Users should continue regular Retin-A treatments throughout their lives to guarantee the best results and greatest skin health.
Regular use of Retin-A works so well that countless patients have been able to reap the benefits of treatment over the last several decades. To learn more about the benefits of Retin-A for promoting skin health, schedule your personal consultation with Dr. John Roussalis. Call us at (307) 234-4585 or contact us online to request your appointment now.