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  1. Retin A has two main reasons for prescribing it: acne and wrinkles. There are off-label uses which are perfectly legal, such as scar reformation. It is a prescription drug. You'd go to your doctor (dermatologist or regular doc) to get a prescription for it. It changes the skin structure and encourages exfoliation as well. It thins the outer layer of skin and plumps up the inner layer (EDITED!). Retin A also encourages collagen reformation. Over six months of use, you WILL see your scar
  2. Retin A has two main reasons for prescribing it: acne and wrinkles. There are off-label uses which are perfectly legal, such as scar reformation. It is a prescription drug. You'd go to your doctor (dermatologist or regular doc) to get a prescription for it. It changes the skin structure and encourages exfoliation as well. It thins the outer layer of skin and plumps up the outer layer. Retin A also encourages collagen reformation. Over six months of use, you WILL see your scars lessen.
  3. hello. I would like to ask if anyone has tried glyco serum 15 from platinumskincare? how is it with improving texture of skin, preventing breakouts, and fading scars? Thanks in advance
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