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Tazorac Gel 0.1%
tazarotene
Product:
Tazorac
Strength:
0.1 %
Pack Size:
30 g
Manufacturer:
Allergan
*Maximum: 90-day supply  Maximum 90-day supply
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If you place an order that exceeds a 90-day (3 month) supply of your medication, YouDrugstore will adjust your order to conform to policy restrictions. This adjustment will be confirmed with you before your order is processed.

Quantity
Price per pack
1 PACK+
$74.05 USD
2 PACKS+
$68.22 USD
3 PACKS+
$67.32 USD
4 PACKS+
$65.52 USD
5 PACKS+
$64.63 USD
6 PACKS+
USD$60.59 60.59USD

Buy Tazorac Gel 0.1% Online

How do you order Tazorac Gel 0.1% online?

If you have a prescription, you can order Tazorac Gel 0.1% online from Canada. YouDrugstore is an online Canadian pharmacy, where you can buy Tazorac Gel 0.1% at the same price they pay in Canada. Just register a free account on YouDrugstore.com and then send us your prescription. Why do we require your prescription? Just like your local pharmacy, we are a licensed pharmacy that requires a valid prescription so that our licensed health care professionals can properly review your order. To make this process more convenient, ask your doctor to fax us your prescription directly. Purchase Tazorac Gel 0.1% online from YouDrugstore.com and enjoy our low cost in shipping. In fact, if your order is over $100, YouDrugstore will deliver your order for free. Tazorac Gel is a topical gel that doctors prescribe to treat acne, as well as psoriasis. Buy Tazorac Gel 0.1% online from YouDrugstore today and start enjoying clearer, healthier skin.

Who might receive a prescription for Tazorac Gel 0.1% from their doctor?

Your doctor may prescribe Tazorac Gel 0.1% for you if you suffer from psoriasis or severe acne. Acne and psoriasis are both common skin conditions, acne being the most common. Acne is so common that nearly everyone will deal with it at some point in their lives. Psoriasis is long-lasting and causes patches of abnormal and irritated skin. Both skin conditions cause lesions, blemishes, redness, and sometimes scarring. Before using Tazorac Gel, tell your doctor if you have a history of other skin conditions, liver disease, or problems with your kidneys. You should also tell your doctor if you are taking other medication that may cause dry skin before using this gel. Do not use Tazorac Gel 0.1% if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant as there is enough medication in this product to seriously harm your child. Never use Tazorac Gel 0.1% if you are allergic to it or any of its ingredients.

Why do doctors prescribe medication for acne?

As mentioned above, acne is very common. Almost 90% of all teenagers in North America experience acne, and a little more than half of all adults also struggle with the skin condition. Because it is so common, most people believe it is nothing more than an inconvenience. However, acne can be quite serious. It can cause significant and visible scarring, which can affect people for the rest of their lives. It can hide many serious underlying conditions. It can lead to infections and can even affect a person's social life. Acne can also have significant psychological effects, such as depression. If you suffer from acne that does not seem to go away on its own, give your doctor a call. Ask them about Tazorac Gel 0.1%, which you can purchase online from YouDrugstore.com at Canadian prices.

What are the side effects of using Tazorac Gel 0.1%?

When your doctor prescribed Tazorac Gel 0.1%, they likely explained that you may experience dryness, redness, itchiness, a burning or stinging sensation when you first apply the gel, cracking skin, or a sensitivity to sunlight. These are the most common side effects of using Tazorac Gel 0.1%. Most people who experience these side effects are discomforted by them, but they usually improve significantly after several days. However, if you experience any severe side effects, such as an allergic reaction, severe skin peeling, blisters, or swelling, stop using Tazorac Gel 0.1% and call your doctor immediately.

When should you use Tazorac Gel 0.1%?

Tazorac Gel 0.1% is most often used in the evening before you go to sleep. Simply clean the affected area of skin, dry it thoroughly, and then apply a thin layer of the gel. Your doctor may give you different instructions. In that case, always follow your doctor's instructions above all others. Never use more or less Tazorac Gel 0.1% than your doctor has prescribed. Always remember to wash your hands after each application. If you have any questions or concerns about how to properly use your Tazorac Gel 0.1% talk with your doctor.

Where can I learn more about Tazorac Gel 0.1%?

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