Adapalene Gel

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Adapalene Gel

Retinoid treatment previous now available over-the-counter to treat and prevent acne.

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What is adapalene?

A derivative of vitamin A, adapalene is a member of the retinoid ingredient family. The first retinoid, tretinoin, first appeared on the anti-acne scene in the 1960s, and several other similar drugs—including adapalene—have received FDA approval for acne treatment since. Adapalene is the first prescription-based retinoid to become available over-the-counter — which means it is no longer necessary to make a trip to the doctor to get its acne-fighting benefits.

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