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If you've used Renova, please help others by sharing your experience with side effects. What would you tell your best friend about this product? Please remember that we do not give medical advice. That is for your local health care provider, who is familiar with your medical history. You can use the form below to add your comments, feedback or Renova review.

Take a break before beach time
Date: 4/2/2013
Hi! I will be going on a vacation which will include some time on the beach. Of course I will be using sunscreen, but I don't want to take a chance with any adverse reactions from using Renova. How long should I avoid the use of Renova before my trip? Thanks in advance for any advice you can give me!

AskDocWeb: We don't give medical advice here but the dermatologist that we've talked to say to take a break one week before going to the beach.

Cocoa Vaseline
Date: 8/25/2013
Hi there, I tried the new Vaseline healthy white complete 10 as to moisturise my skin 2-3 times a day. Its vital ingredients that smooth the progress of skin restoration process. But The new Cocoa Vaseline is just awesome with a mesmerising fragnance and it gives smoother and younger looking skin.

Applying Renova
Date: 10/11/2013
My dermotologist told me to wash with cetaphil and immediately apply my night cream(not lotion). Then wait until that dries and apply the renova. Is this a good way to do it?

AskDocWeb: Without knowing what night cream you are using there is no way to check for drug interactions. However, if the advice came from a dermatologist then it is likely to be good for your skin.

Stretch marks?
Date: 11/11/2013
which one is good for stretch marks ? renova , retin a or emu oil i jus get stretch marks so i think i can totally vanish them they are red.

AskDocWeb: To our knowledge there are no scientific studies comparing the effect on stretch marks of those three products. Neither Retin-A nor Renova are FDA-approved for treating stretch marks, and you need a prescription for either one. However, no prescription is needed for emu oil and there are many reports that say it can help improve the appearance of stretch marks.

Where to get Renova Pump
Date: 1/23/2014
I have used Renova .02% for three years and I love it and am out. Retin A is too harsh for my skin. Where the heck can I get more, has this been discontinued? The Renova Pump is the best thing on the market, IMO!

AskDocWeb: We haven't seen any indication that it was taken off the market. Have you checked around at your local drugstores? Although one drugstore may no longer carries it, it may be available at another one.

Date: 1/27/2015
Ever since I stared using renova I have been experiencing headaches. Is this a side effect. I haven't been out in the sun .

AskDocWeb: Headaches have been reported by patients using Renova however, the rate of occurrence is unknown.

Renova review
Date: 10/20/2015
I've been using it for over a yr now and it wrks amazing! Since my skin has adjusted to it I use it a bit heavier on my immediate wrinkle areas. The peeling can b a bit bothersome at first but when u exfoliate, the healthy glow is radiant. A seriously must try!!

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