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Buy Finacea Cream or Generic Azelaic Acid Online

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GENERIC ALTERNATIVE LISTING - Azelaic Acid
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
10% (1 x 15gm)
10% (2 x 15gm)
10% (4 x 15gm)
10% (6 x 15gm)
20% (1 x 15gm)
20% (2 x 15gm)
20% (4 x 15gm)
20% (6 x 15gm)
BRAND LISTING - Finacea Cream (Azelaic Acid)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
20% (1 x 30gm)
20% (2 x 30gm)
20% (3 x 30gm)

FINACEA CREAM (AZELAIC ACID)

Finacea Cream Description

Think about asking your doctor about a prescription for Finacea Cream or generic Azelaic Acid before your next acne out-break or if you notice you have developed a ruddy complexion that has been diagnosed as rosacea. Acne can be caused by the Propionibacterium acnes, or P. acnes, and is more likely to affect teens as they reach puberty. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

Teen and adult acne can also occur and be due to medications you are taking, menopause, changing or stopping your birth control pills, and too much keratin. Rosacea is more common in older females with fair skin and could be due to stress, food, weather changes, and may be hereditary, to name a few.

Reducing Keratin on Your Skin Helps Clear Acne and Symptoms of Rosacea

When applied as directed, Finacea Cream will work to lower the growth of keratin, a protein that can bind dead skin cells together and block your pores. The bacteria involved in acne is also dealt with by reducing the oil (sebum) that bacteria feed on and inhibiting their growth along with it. With a decrease in the amount of bacteria that are present, there are less incidences of sebaceous glands becoming inflamed so skin is able to heal. As the bacteria population is decreased, the pimples and pustules that pop-up on occasion with rosacea the Azelaic Acid helps to calm down the redness and inflammation.

Conditions Treated by Finacea Cream

Many teens out-grow acne when they reach their 20’s and do not have to worry about break-outs or trying to cover their face with make-up. Rosacea develops later in life and is a chronic condition that, for many, is a cycle of flare ups that can last for weeks or months and then it calms down. Papulopustular rosacea is often mistaken for acne and Finacea Cream can help with the redness, inflammation, and out-breaks.

Before You Receive a Finacea Cream Rx

Ask your doctor if Finacea Cream is safe to use if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breast feeding. Discuss other health matters with your doctor and list any OTC or Rx drugs you currently use or take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements to be certain Finacea Cream is right for you. Be patient during your treatment with Finacea Cream as it may take several weeks before you can see a noticeable improvement in your skin.

Finacea Cream Precautions and Proper Use

Before you apply Finacea Cream, clean the affected area with a cleansing lotion or mild soap and water and gently pat dry, do not use anything with alcohol, astringents, or peeling agents. Finacea is usually applied twice daily, in the morning and before bed. If you wear make-up, allow Finacea Cream to be completely absorbed being applying it.

Possible Side Effects of Finacea Cream

  • Stinging after application
  • Redness or irritation
  • Itchiness
  • Acne

A break-out may occur as a result of clearing away the layer of dead skin cells that can hide pimples forming just under your skin surface. Your acne may become worse before it gets better but be persistent with the treatment.

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