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Adapalene

Adapalene (Differin) is an expensive drug used to treat mild to moderate acne. This drug is slightly more popular than comparable drugs. It is available in generic and brand versions. Generic adapalene is covered by most Medicare and insurance plans, but pharmacy coupons or cash prices may be lower. Over-the-counter Differin Gel is now available without a prescription. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of adapalene is around $64.54, 60% off the average retail price of $163.45. Compare retinoids.
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What is Step Therapy? — How to Get Insurance to Pay for Your “Non-Preferred” Drug

Tori Marsh - June 13, 2018

To control drug costs and reduce the use of expensive medications, insurers have long relied on step therapy, a restriction on insurance coverage that requires patients to prove that less-expensive drugs are ineffective before getting coverage for a more expensive, higher-tier drug. Step therapy is another form of a prior authorization, but many argue that step therapy undermines the patient’s health and prevents them from accessing appropriate treatment. See More

Differin for Acne Now Approved Without a Prescription

Roni Shye - July 20, 2016

Differin (adapalene) 0.1% gel for acne is the latest prescription medication to make the jump over the counter, with approval from the FDA in July 2016.

There are many prescription and over the counter (OTC) options out there to treat acne, but most of the OTC products have one of two active ingredients: benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid.

Differin has been a popular prescription treatment, and you’ll now be able to find it on the shelves of your local pharmacy without a visit to your doctor. See More

A New Topical for Acne: Rosacea Gel Killin’ It on Acne Treatment

Dr. Sharon Orrange - October 30, 2013

Finacea (azelaic acid 15% gel) works just as well as a topical retinoid (similar to Retin-A) called adapalene (Differin) for women with adult acne. Finacea was tested for 9 months against the topical adapalene gel in a 2014 study.

Results showed that Finacea gel was similar in effectiveness to adapalene 0.1% gel and that Finacea had a clear advantage in terms of tolerability. Skin redness, dryness and scaling were much lower in the Finacea (azelaic acid) treated group. See More

Acne Stinks, But Treatment Doesn’t Have to Cost You Hundreds

Dr. Sharon Orrange - March 29, 2012

Here are some commonly prescribed meds for acne that cost big bucks
, along with some secrets to help you save money. First, meet the players in the fight against acne: topical (to rub on your face) Retin-A derivatives, topical antibiotics and oral antibiotics.

 

Retin-A Derivatives (Topical Retinoids):

Topical retinoids are a compelling option for maintenance therapy of acne instead of oral antibiotics. See More

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