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1. Junk food causes breakouts.1

2. When it comes to acne, there's no such thing as washing your face too much. 1

TAZORAC® (tazarotene) Cream 0.1% is indicated for acne vulgaris.
TAZORAC® (tazarotene) Gel 0.1% is indicated for mild to moderate facial acne vulgaris.

Important Safety Information

Warnings

TAZORAC® Cream and Gel should not be used if you are pregnant, attempting to become pregnant or at high risk of pregnancy. Women of childbearing potential should use adequate birth-control measures when TAZORAC® (tazarotene) Cream or Gel 0.1% is used.

TAZORAC® (tazarotene) Cream and Gel 0.1% should not be used if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. Please see complete Information for Patients for a list of ingredients.

Retinoids should not be used on eczematous skin, as they may cause severe irritation.

BEFORE YOU USE THIS MEDICINE

You should be aware that:

TAZORAC® Cream and Gel should not be used if you are pregnant, attempting to become pregnant or at high risk of pregnancy. Consult your physician for adequate birth control measures if you are a female of child-bearing potential. If you are able to become pregnant, take a pregnancy test within 2 weeks prior to beginning to use TAZORAC® Cream or Gel to be sure you are not pregnant. If you have menstrual periods, begin taking TAZORAC® Cream or Gel during a normal menstrual period. These actions help assure that you are not pregnant when you begin use.

TAZORAC® Cream and Gel should not be used if you are also taking other drugs that increase your sensitivity to sunlight (e.g., thiazides, tetracyclines, fluoroquinolones, phenothiazines, sulfonamides). Inform your physician if you are taking any other medications.

For patients with acne, the most common side effects of TAZORAC® Cream and Gel 0.1% are peeling, burning/stinging, dry skin, red skin, and itching.

Please click here for complete patient information for TAZORAC® Cream and Gel 0.1%.

1. Guttman C. Acne myths still confuse patients. Dermatol Times [serial online]. May 1, 2005;
Available at: http://www.modernmedicine.com/modernmedicine/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=159796. Accessed April 1, 2007.

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