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Acne vulgaris (or cystic acne) is a common human skin disease, characterized by areas of skin with seborrhea (scaly red skin), c...
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Accutane 158,214 Benzoyl Peroxide 72,228 Retin A 28,257
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Tazorac
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Ziana
Other name: Tazarotene (Tazarotene)
Other name: Clindamycin-Tretinoin (Clindamycin-Tretinoin)
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Acne
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Acne
Method of use:
Gel, Ointment
Method of use:
Gel, Ointment
Prescribing mode:
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Prescribing mode:
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Tazarotene (marketed as Tazorac, Avage and Zorac) is a Medical prescription topical retinoid sold as a cream or gel. This medication is approved for treatment of psoriasis, Acne vulgaris, and sun damaged skin (photodamage). It is commo...
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clindamycin/tretinoin (trade name Ziana and Veltin) is a topical acne treatment. It combines clindamycin phosphate (1.2%), an antibiotic, and tretinoin (0.025%), a retinoid. There is a generic form. It comes in 2, 30, and 60 gram tubes and should b...
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Top Concerns
Taz
Depression
6
Burning
5
Sun Sensitivity
2
Bleeding
1
Dry Lips
1
Bipolar Disorder
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Erythema
1
Blisters
1
Early Period
1
Weight Gain
1
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Irritability
8
Depression
6
Allergies
4
Folliculitis
4
Burning
3
Headaches
2
Anxiety
2
Tiredness
1
Flushing
1
Ulcerative Colitis
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About Tazorac
Tazarotene (marketed as Tazorac, Avage and Zorac) is a Medical prescription topical retinoid sold as a cream or gel. This medication is approved for treatment of psoriasis, Acne vulgaris, and sun damaged skin (photodamage). It is commo...
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About Ziana
clindamycin/tretinoin (trade name Ziana and Veltin) is a topical acne treatment. It combines clindamycin phosphate (1.2%), an antibiotic, and tretinoin (0.025%), a retinoid. There is a generic form. It comes in 2, 30, and 60 gram tubes and should b...
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one bit so I'm starting tazorac today. i hope it works...
" ...Solodyn (80mg), Ziana, and Phisohex wash. Honestly in my 3 months my acne didn't improve one bit so I'm starting tazorac today. i... "

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can actually use both ziana and finacea at the same time....
" you can actually use both ziana and finacea at the same ...with it. the clyndamycin in ziana should help reduce a IB ...harsh as the retin a. tazorac is also a good... "

didn't work. Was switched to tazorac gel .5% with light...
" First 6 months with ziana gel and solodyn, low dose anti biotic. That didn't work. Was switched to tazorac gel .5% with light use of benzefoam daily or every other day depending on irritation... "

Fraxel laser treatment, or Tazorac cream. On a side...
" ...laser treatment, or Tazorac cream. On a side note, I have been on prescription retinoid creams including Ziana and Taz to treat my acne. Although my skin has gone through a purging process... "

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as much dryness. I only use the Ziana about 2 to 3 times a...
" I have been using Ziana for almost a year and I love it! I have tried Retin-A, Tazorac and Differin as well as Dorac pills. My acne ...much dryness. I only use the Ziana about 2 to 3... "

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I was using Ziana and while I was seeing some improvement...
" ...(Tazorac) This is like my third thread and ive never gotten a reply from anyone, Im starting to feel as if you guys really arent as welcoming as you should be on such a sensitive forum. My docto... "

for years and just switched to Ziana which is RetinA 0.025%...
" ...can tolerate it perscription retinoids would be a good choice. If RetinA is too much for your skin Tazorac might be a good choice. The least irritating of the prescription retinoids is Differin... "

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bad back when i used tazorac, just thinking about it makes...
" ...what i would i know now back when i tried tazorac ...(happened to me) 2) makes your skin look shiny and dark all the time, and enhances the visibility of hyperpigmentation. i looked so bad bac... "

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and it didnt work...and i tried ziana for 3 months and it...
" ...i tried ziana for 3 months and it didnt work.\" even then she kept saying \"oh it gets worse before it gets better because all the stuff is coming out of your skin\" when i tried tazorac... "

you continue to use the Tazorac diluted with moisteriser a...
" ...you continue to use the Tazorac diluted with moisteriser a ...say though (through reading) Tazorac and the Retin A's ...or more. The newer retinoids, Ziana/Atralin/Differin are formulated to... "

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