What are the different brands of tazarotene?
What dosage forms are available? What conditions do they treat?
Medically reviewed by Drugs.com. Last updated on Jan 14, 2020.
The different brands of tazarotene are Tazorac, Avage, Fabior and Arazlo.
Tazarotene is a topical retinoid used for the treatment of acne, psoriasis, facial wrinkles and certain types of dark and light spots on the face. Tazarotene is available in a number of different dosage forms for topical use including gel, cream, foam, and lotion.
|plaque psoriasis (12 years of age and older)|
plaque psoriasis (12 years of age and older)
facial acne vulgaris (12 years of age and older)
|Tazorac||cream 0.05%||plaque psoriasis (18 years of age and older)|
plaque psoriasis (18 years of age and older)
acne vulgaris (12 years of age and older)
fine facial wrinkles (adults)
skin hyperpigmentation (adults)
skin hypopigmentation (adults)
|Fabior||foam 0.1%||acne vulgaris (12 years of age and older)|
|Arazlo||lotion 0.045%||acne vulgaris (9 years of age and older)|
For more information, see Tazarotene Topical Dosage
Some formulations of tazarotene may be available as a generic:
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