Azelex

Azelex

 [az·ĕ-leks]
trademark for a preparation of azelaic acid, used for treating acne.

Azelex

[az·ĕ-leks]
a trademark for a preparation of azelaic acid used for treating acne.
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Another niche agent is Azelex, a 20% azelaic acid cream that improves hyperpigmentation, particularly in swarthy or African American patients or those with hypersensitization or hyperpigmentation from benzoyl peroxide or retinoids.
Another niche agent is Azelex, a 20% azelaic acid cream that improves hyper-pigmentation, particularly in swarthy or African American patients or those with hypersensitization or hyperpigmentation from benzoyl peroxide or retinoids.
Physicians often prescribed azelaic acid 20% cream (marketed as Azelex or Finevin) off label for rosacea patients, even though it was approved for mild to moderate acne.
which markets azelaic acid 20% cream under the trade name Azelex.
For pregnant or lactating patients, she recommends sunscreen and Azelex (azelaic acid cream), a class B medication that is indicated for the treatment of mild to moderate inflammatory acne vulgaris.
Azelex (azelaic acid) cream, a new class of therapy for mild to moderate inflammatory acne vulgaris, was launched in the United States in February.