COVID-19: Connect with Your Dermatology Provider from the Comfort of Your Home. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, it’s now possible to connect virtually for examinations, recommendations, along with having prescriptions filled to treat your acne. Contact your dermatology provider to find out if they offer virtual appointments.

clearer skin starts with an honest conversation.

Though it may feel awkward at first, don’t be afraid to speak to your dermatology provider about acne on your face, chest, shoulders, or back.

show. tell. listen.

You may have already spoken with a dermatology provider about your acne, but if you haven’t, the sooner you start a conversation, the better. You might be wondering why your acne keeps coming back or what you could be doing differently.

They may ask you about what treatments you have tried or what you think might be triggering your breakouts.

Use this guide to get the most out of your appointment, and don’t forget to ask about AKLIEF® (trifarotene) Cream, 0.005%.

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Indication: AKLIEF® (trifarotene) Cream, 0.005% is a retinoid indicated for the topical treatment of acne vulgaris in patients 9 years of age and older. Adverse Events: The most common adverse reactions (incidence ≥ 1%) in patients treated with AKLIEF Cream were application site irritation, application site pruritus (itching), and sunburn. Warnings/Precautions: Patients using AKLIEF Cream may experience erythema, scaling, dryness, and stinging/burning. Use a moisturizer from the initiation of treatment, and, if appropriate, depending upon the severity of these adverse reactions, reduce the frequency of application of AKLIEF Cream, suspend or discontinue use. Avoid application of AKLIEF Cream to cuts, abrasions or eczematous or sunburned skin. Use of “waxing” as a depilatory method should be avoided on skin treated with AKLIEF Cream. Minimize exposure to sunlight and sunlamps. Use sunscreen and protective clothing over treated areas when exposure cannot be avoided.


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