Will Wrinkles from Retin-A Improve over Time?
I've been using Retin-A 0.1% under the eyes & right up to the eyelashes (my dermatologist didn't advise otherwise) every 4th night for 3 months. The wrinkles I had look MUCH more severe now; I'm deeply depressed about the result. I've stopped treatment. It's 5 weeks since my skin worsened (over night) and it seems permanent. I do however see a tiny bit of scaliness of the skin. Could my skin still peel and relieve the dry, delicate and thin look my eyes now have? Or am I permanently damaged?
Retin A changes in the skin are not permanent
Retin-A on the eyelids
Retin A and skin irritation
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