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jbells8

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How to use the ointments and vitamins together?
« on: July 12, 2011, 06:18:25 PM »
Hi Sarah,

I'm a little confused on the actual dermarolling process of when to use which ointments. Any help you can provided will be appreciated!

Vitamin C: I know to use every 4 days, do I need to stop a few days before dermarolling? And how soon after rolling can I start?

Tretinoin: Use daily? I know to wait 3 days after rolling to resume use, but how often should it be applied?

Infadollan: Use immediately after dermarolling and for the next few days, then what?

Can I use Tretinoin and Infadollan together (days after dermarolling) or should I use one in the morning and one at night or rotate days?

I have also been using Mederma for the past month (twice daily), I'd like to continue use (unless you don't think it's worthwhile) and would like to know if I can apply it first, then use the tretinoin and then possibly the infadollan or will the Mederma block the other ointments from absorbing into the skin?

Thanks!

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SarahVaughter

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How to use the ointments and vitamins together?
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2011, 10:00:36 AM »
Most of your questions are answered here:

   

  http://forums.owndoc.com/dermarolling-microneedling/Best-Skin-Care-RoutineD/a>

   

Yes, you can use Infadolan and Tretinoin together. They contain vit. A and vit. D that are both fat-soluble. Better to apply Tretinoin first and then a little Infadolan.  

You can use Mederma.  

 

When you stop applying Infadolan, use any cream that you like but use also Tretinoin.

   

  Water-soluble vitamins, (C and B) can't easily penetrate oily surfaces.

   

  Fat-soluble vitamins, which are (D, E, A, K) have no difficulties penetrating.
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