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What should I know about Retin-A-Micro before using it?

You should avoid getting Retin-A-Micro on your lips, or in your eyes, mouth or nose. Retin-A-Micro should not be used if you are pregnant or may become pregnant. Retin-A-Micro may make your skin more sensitive to UV light, so you should use extra protection when exposed to it. Retin-A-Micro is used once a day and applied to the affected areas. You may experience a feeling of warmth or flushing after applying Retin A Micro. Using more Retin-A-Micro than instructed will not accelerate the improvement of your symptoms.

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