Renova - Information on Renova
Renova, is an anti-aging cream that contains the active ingredient retinoic acid. Renova are mainly used for the treatment of sun damaged skin.
Avoid getting this medication (renova) in your eyes, mouth, and nose or on your lips. If it does get into any of these areas, wash with water. Do not use Renova on sunburned, windburned, dry, chapped, irritated, or broken skin. Also avoid using this medication in wounds or on areas of eczema. Wait until these conditions have healed before using Renova.
Renova, is a topical form of vitamin A that helps the skin renew itself. The Renova brand of tretinoin is used to reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles and mottled skin discoloration, and to make rough facial skin feel smoother.
Renova .05% is a skin cream that reduces fine facial wrinkles, brown spots, and surface roughness associated with chronic sun exposure and the natural aging process when used in addition to a comprehensive skin care and sun avoidance program. Renova is an additional therapy for persons who do not achieve satisfactory results using a sunscreen, protective clothing and moisturizers alone. It does not eliminate wrinkles, repair sun damaged skin or reverse either the aging process or photoaging.
Renova contains the active ingredient tretinoin, a vitamin A metabolite that occurs naturally in the body.
While over the counter alpha hydroxy acids are thought to work primarily on the surface of the skin to remove dead skin cells and moisturize, Renova is believed to work on all layers of the skin, including the epidermis where pigmentary changes occur and even the deeper portions of the skin where fine wrinkling begins.
Renova contain the skin medication tretinoin. Retin-A and Avita are used in the treatment of acne. Renova is prescribed to reduce fine wrinkles, discoloration, and roughness on facial skin.
Renova can also be used to treat acne. It works partly by keeping skin pores clear. The Renova creams is used to treat fine wrinkles, dark spots, or rough skin on the face caused by damaging rays of the sun.
Renova was approved for the treatment of damaged skin as an adjunctive agent to a comprehensive skin care and sun-avoidance program. Its effectiveness is dependent on other good skin care practices including avoiding direct sunlight, applying sunscreens, wearing protective clothing and using moisturizing lotions.
When patients use Renova, improvement in fine wrinkling, spotty skin discoloration and rough skin occurs gradually over time. Generally, patients notice some effect in three to four months, with the most noticeable effects at about six months. Little additional improvement is expected after that time. If Renova treatment is stopped, the improvements attained by treatment gradually diminish.
The safety of using Renova daily for more than 48 weeks has not been established, and Renova should not be used on patients who are pregnant or attempting to become pregnant. Renova has not been studied in people who are age 50 or older or in people with moderately or darkly pigmented skin.
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