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Skin Care Tazorac (Generic) Generic drugs, marketed without brand names, contain the exact same active ingredients used in their brand-name counterparts, but cost significantly less. The drugs are required to meet US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards for safety, purity and effectiveness.

Tazorac is a topical gel with a concentration of 0.05% that treats psoriasis and acne by using tazarotene as its primary active ingredient. It is a retinoid derivative that is associated with vitamin A. It does its job by influencing the development of the cells that make up the skin. Acne is the only condition for which the foam formulation of this medicine is authorized for usage.


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Tazarotene Gel What exactly is the topical form of tazarotene? Vitamin A-like properties may be found in the chemical tazarotene topical, which is applied to the skin. It encourages the skin to regenerate itself more rapidly, which in turn may improve the skin's look as well as its texture. Adults and teenagers who are at least 17 years old can use the tazarotene cream sold under the brand name Avage to lessen the appearance of fine wrinkles on the face, mottled light and dark skin patches on the face, and benign facial lentigines (also known as noncancerous freckles). The topical tazarotene medication sold under the trade names Fabior and Tazorac is prescribed to adults and adolescents who are at least 12 years old and suffer from acne vulgaris. Plaque psoriasis, which is characterized by elevated, silvery flaking of the skin, can also be treated with Tazorac in adults. The topical form of tazarotene may also be utilized for uses that are not included in this prescription guide. Information That Is Vital The topical form of tazarotene has been linked to birth abnormalities. Do not use if you are pregnant. Use an efficient method of birth control to avoid becoming pregnant. In the event that you become pregnant, stop using birth control, or do not have a monthly cycle while using tazarotene topical, you should immediately inform your doctor and cease using the medication. Before beginning to use this medication If you are allergic to tazarotene or if you are pregnant or if you have the potential to become pregnant, you should not use the tazarotene topical. Before beginning this medication, you are need to have a negative pregnancy test that was performed within the previous two weeks. Please let your doctor know if you have ever been diagnosed with: condition of the skin, such as eczema, sunburn, or another condition; cancer of the skin; lentigo maligna, which is a kind of cancer of the skin; a hypersensitivity response brought on by a skin product; or if you work outside. Do not take tazarotene topical if you are pregnant. It has the potential to cause birth abnormalities or other problems for the pregnant child. When you are taking this medication, it is imperative that you practice reliable birth control in order to avoid becoming pregnant. In the event that you become pregnant, stop using birth control, or do not have a monthly cycle while using tazarotene topical, you should immediately inform your doctor and cease using the medication. When using this medication, it is possible that breastfeeding will not be a healthy option. Talk to your physician about any potential dangers. Avage must never be administered to anyone who is under the age of 17 years old. Acne treatment with Fabior or Tazorac should never be given to a child who is younger than 12 years old. Psoriasis is not a condition that should be treated with Fabior in anybody under the age of 18. How should I use tazarotene cream on my skin? Tazarotene topical treatment is most commonly used once daily in the evening or before going to bed. Read all of the medication guides or instruction papers that come with your medicine, and make sure to follow all of the guidelines that are included on the prescription label. Always follow the directions on the label while taking medication. Do not take this medication by mouth. Just apply the drug to your skin in the case of topical treatments. Do not use tazarotene topical to any open wounds or skin that is already inflamed, sunburned, windburned, dry, chapped, or cracked. Rinse your eyes, nose, mouth, rectum, and vagina with water if you acquire any of this medicine in those areas. Additionally, you should not use this treatment directly to any open wounds or eczema patches. Before using tazarotene topical, you should wait until these problems have completely cured. You should always be sure to read and carefully follow any instructions that come with your medication. If you are unable to comprehend these directions, please see your physician or pharmacist. It is recommended that women who take tazarotene topical begin the medicine during a period of menstruation. It is important to avoid applying the medicine to any places that are not affected. If you happen to get any medication on portions of your body that do not require treatment, wash it off immediately. Just before each use, give the Fabior foam a thorough shaking. During therapy with tazarotene topical, your skin may become more susceptible to the effects of environmental factors such severe cold and wind. Wear clothes that will protect your skin, and if necessary, moisturize your skin with a cream or lotion. Keep at room temperature and away from heat and moisture when storing. Do not freeze. Fabior foam may easily catch fire. Do not use in close proximity to open flames or sources of extreme heat. If the container becomes too heated, there is a risk that it will explode. When the foam canister is empty, do not puncture it or burn it. Maintain the bottle in an upright posture while it is being stored. What can I expect if I forget to take a dose? Nevertheless, if it is almost time for your next dose, you should omit the missed dose and go back to your regular application schedule. It is not recommended to apply both dosages at the same time. While applying tazarotene topical, what should I try to avoid doing? It is important to avoid applying the medicine to any places that are not affected. If you happen to get any medication on portions of your body that do not require treatment, wash it off immediately. If your doctor has not given you specific instructions to the contrary, you should refrain from using any additional topical skin treatments on the regions that you are treating with tazarotene topical. Try to limit your time spent in the sun and indoor tanning booths. The topical form of tazarotene might make you more susceptible to sunburn. Before you go outside, make sure to protect yourself by donning protective gear and using sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Steer clear of skin products that have the potential to irritate the skin, such as harsh soaps, shampoos, hair coloring or permanent chemicals, hair removers or waxes, or skin products that contain alcohol, spices, astringents, or lime. These products may all aggravate skin conditions. If you get tazarotene topical in your eyes, immediately flush them with water. Tazarotene topical side effects You should seek immediate medical attention if you have the following symptoms of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or neck. If you develop any of the following symptoms, you should immediately stop taking tazarotene topical and contact your doctor: after administering the medication, you have significant skin irritation (burning, stinging, and itching); scorching or peeling skin; redness or pain of a severe kind; or indications of skin infection may include swelling, warmth, leaking, or other symptoms. The following are examples of common adverse effects: skin that is flaky, dry, or peeling; skin redness or burning; or itchiness or other skin discomfort caused by the treatment Which other medications might potentially interact with tazarotene topical? If you also take a treatment for acne that contains benzoyl peroxide, you should avoid using that medication at the same time as you use tazarotene topical. You should only use one drug in the morning, and the second medication should only be used in the evening. Talk to your primary care provider about all of your other medications, in particular: antibiotics or other types of medication that have the potential to make your skin more sensitive to the sun. This list does not contain everything. It is possible for tazarotene topical to interact negatively with a variety of other medications, such as prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, vitamins, and herbal treatments. This page does not provide a complete listing of all possible medication interactions.


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