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Did you know? Both retinol and adapalene are retinoids, but only adapalene is FDA-approved to treat acne.

Topical retinoids play a crucial role in the treatment of acne. Retinoids like adapalene (the active ingredient in Differin® Gel) regulate skin cell turnover to keep pores from clogging and to control inflammation.

Retinoid [ret-n-oid] n.

A generic word describing a variety of products that have a form of vitamin A activity.

retinol
adapalene
Adapalene
Advanced retinoid specifically designed for acne
Retinol
Simple vitamin A
Adapalene
Powerful, acne-fighting active ingredient in Differin® Gel, previously available only by prescription
Retinol
Not approved by the FDA to treat acne or any skin condition
Adapalene
Far more potent than retinol— the only FDA-approved, prescription-strength retinoid acne treatment available over the counter (OTC)
Retinol
Common ingredient found in food like meat and poultry, and in certain skin-care products
Adapalene
Active from the get-go; starts working once you put it on your skin
Retinol
Vitamin A must be broken down by the body into an active form to become useful

Adapalene

Treats

Treats

acne deep in the pores

Prevents

Prevents

new acne from forming

Restores

Restores

skin’s natural tone and texture as a result of reduced acne

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