An oral retinoid called acitretin is used to treat very resistant psoriasis. It is often only used in very severe cases of psoriasis that have been refractory to previous treatments due to the potential for issues and severe side effects. It attaches to nuclear receptors, which control the transcription of genes. They slow down cell division by inducing keratinocyte differentiation and reducing epidermal hyperplasia. After oral administration, acitretin is easily absorbed and broadly dispersed. It takes two to four weeks or more for the medication to start working. Acitretin is a medication used to treat severe skin conditions including psoriasis. It functions by enabling the skin to grow and develop normally. Even if you stop taking it, the skin problem may reappear after a while and you may need to start taking it again.
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|API Name :||Acitretin|
|CAS Number :||55079-83-9|
|Packing Type :||Drum|
|Therapeutic use :||Keratolytic Agents, treatment of severe resistant psoriasis|
|Product MOQ :||1 kg|