Avita (Tretinoin) is a vitamin A derivative used to treat acne. Your doctor may also prescribe this to you to treat other skin conditions. Avita (Tretinoin) should only be applied topically and is not for oral use. For the first two to three weeks of treatment with Avita (Tretinoin), your skin condition is expected to worsen and then improve after that. If it does not improve, inform your doctor as soon as possible. Avita (Tretinoin) should be stored at room temperature, away from heat and sunlight.
Avita Side Effects
Some common side effects that may go away during treatment, include redness, peeling, stinging, or a feeling of warmth. You may experience blistering, crusting, swelling, excessive redness or peeling of your skin, if this occurs, contact your doctor as soon as possible.
The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.
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