I'm new to this. I went to the dermatologist for my lupus rashes I get on my face and she explained some of the problem was acne and rosacea. She gave me Aczone and I've never taken prescription meds for this kind of thing. I currently am having a horrible break out but also have tiny bumps on my cheeks under the skin along with redness. My skin is pretty dry and makeup looks blotchy and horrible. I'm just using samples now, havent filled prescription yet, have people had significant relief from the rosecea and acne with Aczone? I'm not on any other meds for this issue and I heard Aczone is expensive.
21 Mar 2010
I think you will find some of these patient comments helpful about Aczone.
- Aczone Information for Consumers
- Aczone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aczone (detailed)
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