Thinking about your options?
Have you talked to your healthcare professional?
When you look in the mirror, do you wonder: Am I doing all I can for my skin?
Finacea® Foam is proven to help treat the inflammatory papules (raised spots) and pustules (pimple-like bumps) of mild to moderate rosacea.
So if you’ve been using heavy makeup to cover things up, maybe it’s time to shake things up a little. Talk to your healthcare professional. Ask if Finacea® Foam could help you.
Is Finacea® Foam right for me?
Is now a good time to think about a treatment option like Finacea® Foam? This is a decision that only you and your healthcare professional can make, so be sure to talk to them about what’s going on with your skin.
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Check the box next to the sentences that are true for you:
Avoid the use of alcoholic cleansers, tinctures and astringents, abrasives, and peeling agents. Avoid the use of tight dressings or wrappings where you apply Finacea® Foam.
Could Finacea® Foam help you?
If you checked any of the sentences above, maybe it’s time to talk to your healthcare professional. You can bring this list to your next appointment to help guide your conversation.
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Why a dermatologist?
Dermatologists are often the best doctors to see for rosacea. They have had additional training to diagnose and treat rosacea and other conditions that affect the skin. If not treated, rosacea may get worse as time goes on—it doesn’t go away on its own.