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Epiduo® Gel is indicated for the topical treatment of acne vulgaris in patients 12 years and older. Apply to affected skin once daily, avoiding the eyes, lips and mucous membranes. The most common adverse events associated with use of Epiduo® Gel are redness, scaling, dryness, stinging and burning. In addition, you may also experience contact dermatitis and/or skin irritation. These side effects typically resolve during the first four weeks of treatment, but speak to your doctor if they persist. You should avoid excessive exposure to sunlight and sunlamps while using Epiduo® Gel, and use of sunscreen products and protective clothing is recommended. Do not use irritating topical products that contain resorcinol, salicylic acid or sulfur when using Epiduo® Gel. Epiduo® Gel has not been tested in pregnant or nursing women, or with the elderly. Pregnancy Category C. Please see Full Prescribing Information at http://www.epiduo.com/pdf/PrescribingInformation.pdf.
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