Re: Are there any derm-reccomended creams/gels that are gentle on the face?
I thought that is what Retin-A, Retin-A Micro is suppose to do. At least all of my friends that have used it have had the same results. I haven't seen it react any other way on people.When they questioned the Dr. the answer was it will get better after you stop peeling. He compared it to a chemical peel. Said you will be removing all the old skin over a longer period of time but after all that skin was gone new skin would rebuild and love it.
Took an aweful long time for them but it did produced amazing results. One of my friends had medium pits in her face. After about 6 months of the Retin-A they were almost gone. Now she did not look to pretty while using it. Her skin looked like torn wet paper bag peices that were stuck on her face. She looks great now.
Have you tired Kinerase? Kinerase is extremely gentle. In fact, physicians recommend it for people with dry and sensitive skin, those with conditions such as rosacea, eczema and dermatitis. I have not had cosmetic procedures but they say because of its gentle nature, Kinerase is also ideal for those who have undergone a cosmetic procedure such as laser resurfacing or microdermabrasion. *shrug*
Last edited by Jenteal; 01-10-2005 at 01:39 PM.