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Aczone Gel - Overview

Aczone gel is a medication used in the treatment of acne vulgaris in certain groups of patients. People who might need a prescription for Aczone can use Push Health to connect with a medical provider who can prescribe Aczone medication, including Aczone 7.5% gel and Aczone 5% gel, when appropriate to do so.

How Does Aczone Work?

How does Aczone gel work? Aczone 7.5% gel contains the active ingredient dapsone along with some other ingredients. Currently, Aczone's mechanism of action in treating acne vulgaris is unknown. The duration of treatment when using Aczone gel is generally as long as 12 weeks and reassessments are required. The Aczone 7.5% gel itself has suspended particles in it and is off-white to yellow in color.

Aczone - Coupons and Dosage

Aczone gel is typically prescribed for once daily use. When administered, a pea-sized amount of Aczone gel 7.5% is spread over the face. After administration, the active drug in Aczone gel typically reaches a steady state in 7 days or less. Aczone gel is not meant to be ingested or used in the eyes. Aczone is an expensive medication, costing over $600 for 1 tube (60 grams) of Aczone gel 7.5%. Aczone coupons may be available online to help reduce the cost of the gel and some insurance plans may cover the cost of an Aczone gel 7.5% prescription. Aczone gel is supplied in an airless pump and should be stored at 20° C to 25° C.

Can I Buy Aczone Online?

Aczone gel is a prescription medication in the US. One cannot get Aczone OTC (over the counter) or buy Aczone online without first getting a prescription from a medical provider for the medication. People who want an Aczone prescription can connect with a medical provider through Push Health who can prescribe Aczone gel, including Aczone 5% and Aczone 7.5% solution, when appropriate to do so.

Aczone - Side Effects

Aczone gel can cause side effects when used. Common side effects from Aczone use include dryness and itching at the site. Aczone has been associated with cases of methemoglobinemia and hemolysis. Aczone can interact with Bactrim and benzoyl peroxide and should not be used concomitantly unless instructed to do so by one's medical provider. People with a known hypersensitivity or allergy to Aczone gel or any of the ingredients in the formulation should not use the medication. Aczone and alcohol should not be used together. Prior to using Aczone prescription gel, patients should speak with a medical provider and pharmacist to discuss possible side effects.

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Last updated May 17, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions.