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... and Tazorac 0. ... (2 replies)
... I have been on Tazorac for a total of 6 months now. For the first two months I used the cream . ... (8 replies)
... deductable before coverage. If you have PPO insurance then maybe you should try another dermatologist because I think a good relationship whith your dermatologist is important when treating acne. Good Luck. ... (2 replies)

... i sure wish there was!! i paid full price for it and it cost 107.00 at walgreens...i dont have insurance. it sucks not having insurance right now... ... (7 replies)
... Its perscription only...... Pretty expensive too, but if you have insurance its well worth it.... ... (11 replies)
... yeah, my insurance won't fully cover it and I had to go through hoops to get the prescription filled, so I never started it. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you for your replies. I have mild to moderately severe acne, and I am continuously breaking out. My face is never completely clear. My doc told me that Taz is like topical accutane (so I was hoping it would work really well for me), but I'm afraid to put up with the real accutane. The side effects seem outlandish. If I had the money/insurance, I would try laser... (8 replies)
... I used to take minocycline, topical erythromycin, and benzamycin(i think), those three worked very well for me then i stopped taking them and my face got really bad. I couldn't see my doctor anymore (insurance reasons) so i had to find a derm. Then it took a month for an appt. I'm trying to trust him. But, if this stuff doesn't work out i think i'm going to ask if i can go... (4 replies)
... was too much for me. My face burned like crazy when i used it, i turned red, and it dried my skin up bad. However i did use the TAZORAC cream and DYNASIN tablets. The combination of these two really helped to clear up my skin. ... (4 replies)
... to then be covered by Accutane. I guess the lady told me that that most people have luck with one of the three, and going straight to Accutane just creates more insurance problems. ... (1 replies)
Peels
Aug 11, 2004
... if you have insurance that covers derm. visits, you can call all the derms. in your area and ask if they accept your insurance and if they perform peels on the back. That's how I found my derm. I wanted facial peels, but wasn't about to spend the amount salons want for them. ... (7 replies)
... either from the drugstore although you have to ask the pharmacist for the salac...not a prescription...then he said that since it is cold right now to alternate Tazorac . ... (4 replies)
Cheek Acne
Jul 25, 2003
... Hey, I'm new here. I'm 25 years old and I have never had a breakout until I was about 20 and it's been a freakin' nightmare ever since. I have tried everything short of Accutane. I finally decided to go to a dermatologist this past April. He rx'd Adoxa (doxycycline) & Tazorac. What a waste of money (I don't have insurance). The Adoxa had no effect on me at all and the... (3 replies)
... I think insurance companies deny things because of cost which is unfortunate. ... (10 replies)
... leighberg~ Spironolactone and Differin is a great combo! The Spiro works from the inside at the cause (testosterone) and the Differin works on keeping the pore open. You could make it even more effective by adding in a Benzoyl Peroxide face wash.Differin is the only retinoid that can be used with benzoyl peroxide.(Retin A and tazorac are made inactive when using this combo)... (4 replies)
... ht its completely hormonal. otherwise my skin is okay. i used to have a tube of retina which helped. so now im thinking of trying this stuff called diacneal, tazorac or more buying more retina. ... (3 replies)
... I am also on solodyn and was shocked when I went to pick it up. It was $75 and it said my insurance saved me $414.00. I think it has actually helped my acne (which is on my chest area) but makes me feel kinda' weird. I itch (spot on arm or leg) and when I scratch it, there is no satisfaction. I also felt lightheaded a couple of times. At that cost, I am hoping it doesn't work... (2 replies)
... st of your body. It also helps with acne scars as well. It has worked WONDERFULLY for me. Before smoothbeam laser I was taking minocycline for my acne along with tazorac gel and all sorts of cleansers...now I wash my face with cetaphil and use cetaphil moisturizer... ... (17 replies)
Aspirin Mask
Dec 20, 2005
... I wouldn't touch a bottle of aspirin that costs over $5. I just buy Walgreens 500 count Aspirin, and use about 6-10 (depending on how many go in the cup, as I'm too lazy to pick them out because they're so cheap) per night. I mean, that's enough for 50 days worth of aspirin masks. Would you rather buy Differin or Tazorac for $70 a bottle (or $15 with insurance) or the... (12 replies)
... I wonder if insurance will cover. Will my demo. think im ridiculous? ... (0 replies)


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