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Solaraze Gel treats actinic keratosis and is applied to the skin to treat arthritis pain.
Use Solaraze Gel exactly as directed. Topical Solaraze Gel applies to the skin's usually affected area twice daily for 60 to 90 days at around the same times every day.
Wash your hands before applying Solaraze Gel. Then use your fingers to smooth the gel onto each affected area gently. Use enough gel to cover the areas completely. When you are finished applying the gel, wash your hands again. Be careful not to touch your eyes or nose before you wash your hands.
Before using Solaraze Gel, consider the following:
Common side effects of Solaraze Gel include:
Can you apply lotion, sunscreen, or makeup over Solaraze Gel?
Applying lotion, sunscreen, or makeup might affect how well your skin absorbs Solaraze Gel. Ask your provider if you can apply these and other skin products with this medication.
Can you apply Solaraze Gel to damaged skin?
Don't apply Solaraze Gel to open skin wounds, infections, or damaged and peeling skin. Applying the gel to these areas of the skin can cause you to absorb more medication and might put you at a higher risk of side effects.
What are the side effects of Solaraze Gel?
Burning, itching, redness, skin rash, swelling, or soreness at the application site may occur.
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