Tretinoin Cream with Co-Q10 (.025%, .05%, .1%)
Tretinoin is a prescription-only form of vitamin A (stronger than Retinol) that helps the skin
renew itself by breaking up dead skin cells and moving fresh skin cells to the surface.
Tretinoin can be used to treat acne, smooth rough facial skin, improve large pores, skin texture,
and reduce the appearance of fine line wrinkles. Co-Q-10 protects cells’ DNA by helping to
prevent structural and cellular damage caused by pollution, sunlight, and cigarette smoke.
Tretinoin Gel (0.05%) and Cream (0.1%, 0.05% and 0.025%) are used in the topical treatment of acne
vulgaris. Tretinoin is for use on the skin only. Do not get it in your mouth, eyes, vagina or the corners of
Important Safety Information
While using tretinoin, you should:
• minimize exposure to the sun and to extreme cold or wind. Avoid sunlamps, tanning beds and
• use a sunscreen with a SPF of at least 15, wear protective clothing and wide-brimmed hat
• stop using tretinoin if you get a sunburn
• avoid washing your skin too often, scrubbing the affected skin, or using other products with a drying
effect, including other products containing tretinoin, unless recommended by your healthcare provider
Before using tretinoin, tell your healthcare provider if you:
• are allergic to fish (gel only). Contact your healthcare provider if you develop itching or rash while
using tretinoin gel.
• have a skin condition called eczema
• have a sunburn
• are pregnant or breastfeeding, think you are pregnant, or plan to become pregnant or to breastfeed
What are the possible side effects of tretinoin?
• skin dryness, burning, redness, excessive flaking or peeling. If you develop these symptoms your
healthcare provider may tell you to stop using it for a while, decrease the number of applications, or
stop using it completely.
Tell your healthcare provider about any side effect that bothers you or does not go away.
The safety and efficacy of Tretinoin have not been established in the treatment of patients younger than 10
years of age (Gel) or 12 years of age (Cream), or in pregnant or nursing women.