Azelex

Azelex

 [az·ĕ-leks]
trademark for a preparation of azelaic acid, used for treating acne.
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The products include Aczone, Tazorac, Azelex and Cordran Tape, as well as sarecycline, a new chemical entity currently under FDA review for the treatment of acne.
The acquired portfolio includes a NCE and four key mature and growth brands: Aczone (dapsone), Tazorac (tazarotene), Azelex (azelaic acid) and Cordran Tape (fludroxycortide).
has completed its acquisition of products from US-based Allergan's US Medical Dermatology unit, including Aczone (dapsone), Tazorac (tazarotene), Azelex (azelaic acid) and Cordran Tape (flurandrenolide), the company said.
Target: Dermatology products, including Aczone (dapsone), Tazorac (tazarotene), Azelex (azelaic acid) and Cordran Tape (flurandrenolide)
Under the terms of the agreement, Almirall SA has acquired Aczone (dapsone), Tazorac (tazarotene), Azelex (azelaic acid) and Cordran Tape (flurandrenolide) as well as sarecycline, a New Chemical Entity (NCE) currently under US FDA review for approval in the treatment of acne.
The products include Aczone (dapsone), Tazorac (tazarotene), Azelex (azelaic acid) and Cordran Tape (flurandrenolide).
* Talk to your physician about a prescription azelaic acid product (such as Azelex).
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.
Azelaic acid (Azelex, Finevin), a topical antimicrobial agent, is rated pregnancy risk factor B.
Azelaic acid (Azelex, Finevin), a topical antimicrobial, agent, is rated pregnancy risk factor B.
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.