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Tretinoin is a prescription acne medication. It unclogs pores and promotes peeling of affected skin areas. Tretinoin controls but does not cure acne.

Tretinoin is sometimes prescribed for other uses. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information.


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Tretinoin comes in topical cream, liquid, or gel. It is usually used daily at bedtime or once every 2 or 3 days. Read and follow the directions on your prescription label carefully. Ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. Use tretinoin exactly as directed. Do not use it more often or use more or less of it than prescribed by your doctor.

NOTE: Your acne probably will get worse (red, scaling skin and an increase in acne sores) during the first 7-10 days that you use tretinoin. Continue to use it. The acne sores should disappear. It usually takes 2-3 weeks (and sometimes more than 6 weeks) of regular use of tretinoin before improvement is seen.

Only use nonmedicated cosmetics on your cleansed skin. Avoid the use of topical preparations with a lot of alcohol, spices, menthol, or lime (e.g., astringents, shaving lotions, and perfumes). They can sting your skin, especially when you first begin using tretinoin.

Do not use any other topical medications, especially salicylic acid (wart remover), benzoyl peroxide, and dandruff shampoos containing resorcinol or sulfur unless your doctor directs you to do so. If you have used any of these medications recently, ask your doctor if you should wait before using starting tretinoin.

Any form of tretinoin is applied using these steps:

  • Wash the affected skin area and your hands thoroughly with mild, bland soap and water. Do not use medicated or abrasive soap or soap that dries the skin.

  • Wait 20-30 minutes before applying tretinoin to be sure that your skin is thoroughly dry.

  • Apply tretinoin using clean fingertips, a gauze pad, or a cotton swab.

  • Apply enough medication to lightly cover the affected area. Do not over saturate the cotton swab or gauze pad.

  • Apply tretinoin only to the affected skin area (e.g., skin with acne sores).


Before you use tretinoin,

  • Tell your doctor and pharmacist about any prescription and over-the-counter medications you take, including vitamins.

  • Tell your doctor and pharmacist if you are allergic to tretinoin or any other drugs.

  • Tretinoin may make your skin sensitive to sunlight. Avoid unnecessary or prolonged exposure to sunlight. Wear protective clothing, sunglasses, and use sunscreen.


Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. If you become pregnant while using tretinoin, call your doctor.



The information found here is intended to be supplemental to the judgment and expertise of your pharmacist, doctor or other healthcare professional. It should not be taken to indicate that use of the medication is safe, appropriate or effective for you. Consult your doctor or healthcare provider before this medication is used

Tell your doctor if you are breast feeding.


Do not use tretinoin more often than once a day. If you use tretinoin daily and forget it one day, skip the missed dose completely.

If you use tretinoin every 2-3 days and remember the missed dose within 12 hours of the time you should have applied it, then apply the missed dose immediately. Otherwise, skip the dose you missed. Do not apply a double dose.


Tretinoin side effects are not common, but they can occur. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms become severe or will not go away:

  • blistering, swelling, or crusting of the skin
  • increase in acne sores
  • lightening or darkening of the skin
  • scaling, red skin
  • warmth or slight stinging of the skin


Tretinoin is to be used externally only.

Avoid getting tretinoin in your eyes, the corner of your nose or mouth, or any broken skin. Do not swallow it.

Do not apply bandages, dressings, lotions, cosmetics, or other skin medications to the area being treated unless your doctor instructs you.

Do not let anyone else use your tretinoin medication.

Ask your pharmacist any questions you have about refills of your prescription.

Tell your doctor if your skin condition gets worse or does not improve.


Keep tretinoin in its original container, tightly closed, and out of reach of children. Store it at room temperature, avoiding excessive heat and moisture. Do not store in the bathroom.

Discard any medication that is outdated or no longer needed. Talk to your pharmacist about how to properly discard tretinoin.


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