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ERYTHROMYCIN-TRETINOIN-TOPICAL

GENERIC NAME: ERYTHROMYCIN - TRETINOIN - TOPICAL (eh-rith-row-MY-sin/tret-ih-NO-in)

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USES: This medication is used to treat acne. It reduces the formation of pimples and blackheads and promotes quick healing.

HOW TO USE: Patient instructions are available with this product; learn proper use. This medicine is generally used once a day at bedtime or as directed. First, wash, rinse and dry affected area. Then, use fingertips to apply a thin layer of medicine to the affected area. Wash hands after use. Avoid using this medicine very close to the eyes, mouth, nose or on inflamed or damaged skin. This medication works best when used regularly. During the first weeks, the affected area may appear somewhat worse. The positive effects of this medication will occur gradually, beginning after 2-3 weeks and the full effect may not be seen for 8-10 weeks. Consult your doctor or pharmacist.




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