Taclonex Coupon & Discounts

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Taclonex is a medication prescribed as either an ointment or topical suspension for the treatment of psoriasis on the skin or scalp. FamilyWize monitors the Taclonex price in your area, which can cost about $815 to $880 for a 60g tube of the ointment or between $850 to almost $935 for a 60g bottle of the topical suspension. To help lower the Taclonex cost without a copay card, FamilyWize has a Taclonex coupon on its website that works much like a discount card, delivering Taclonex savings of as much as 89% at local pharmacies. To download, click the “Claim Discount” button on the Taclonex page and use the coupon every time you fill a prescription.

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About Taclonex

What is Taclonex?

Taclonex is a combination of betamethasone and calcipotriene that is prescribed for the treatment of plaque psoriasis in individuals who are at least twelve years of age and older. Betamethasone is a corticosteroid that reduces inflammation by preventing the release of those substances that cause inflammation; calcipotriene is version of vitamin D, designed to reduce the rate at which skin cells reproduce. It is available as an ointment or topical suspension.

How do I take Taclonex?

Taclonex is dispensed as either an ointment or topical suspension that is applied directly to the skin or scalp. If using the suspension, shake the container rigorously before use. The ointment is typically applied daily to the affected area, in intervals prescribed by the doctor. When applying the Taclonex topical suspension to the scalp, follow the instructions on the packaging, or ask your healthcare provider for assistance. Do not use the medicine on other areas of the body unless directed by the doctor. Wash hands before applying the medication, rub the medication thoroughly into the affected area only, and then wash hands after application. Contact your doctor if the condition clears before all the medication has been used.

What if I forget to take a dose of Taclonex?

If you miss your scheduled application of Taclonex, apply it as soon as you remember and are able. If the time is near for the next scheduled application, forego the one missed and resume the regular pattern. Do not increase the quantity applied to make up for the one skipped.

What happens if I overdose on Taclonex?

If an overdose of Taclonex is suspected, or if it has been ingested, contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. However, if the individual has difficulty breathing, has stopped breathing, or has fallen unconscious, contact Emergency Services at 911.

Before taking Taclonex, tell your doctor if:

  • You are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or are nursing a child;

  • You are allergic to betamethasone, calcipotriene, or any of the medications in Taclonex

  • You are taking any prescription or non-prescription medications, vitamins, or supplements

  • You have elevated calcium levels

  • You are taking cancer chemotherapy medications

  • You have, or have had, kidney stones or kidney disease

  • You have glaucoma or other diseases of the eye

  • You have, or have had, diabetes, a circulation disorder, an infection, or a disorder of the immune system

What are the possible side effects of taking Taclonex?

Some patients have reported side effects after applying Taclonex. Less severe symptoms include itching, redness, worsening of the condition, a burning or stinging sensation, dry or cracked skin, acne, or a change in skin color. If any of these conditions persist or worsen, contact your healthcare professional immediately.

Severe side effects requiring immediate medical attention include signs of an allergic reaction (swelling of the face, lips, mouth, throat, or tongue; rash, hives, itching; difficulty breathing or swallowing), a skin infection, irritation of the non-affected area, sleep problems, tachycardia or arrhythmia, and fatigue.

How do I store Taclonex?

Keep Taclonex tightly sealed in its original container, out of the reach of children and away from the extremes of heat and humidity. Do not allow the topical suspension or the ointment to freeze. Dispose of any unused or expired quantities according to the instructions of a pharmacist.


Do not ingest this medication. Do not apply more than 100 grams per week. Contact your doctor if you become pregnant while using Taclonex. Contact your doctor if there is no improvement after five days. Do not treat more than thirty percent of the area of the body. Taclonex may make the skin sensitive to sunlight, so protective clothing or sunblock may be needed. Do not get this medication in the eyes. Do not use on broken or infected skin. Avoid hair color treatments for twelve hours after using the topical suspension on the scalp.

Brand Names

Taclonex is the brand name for a proprietary formulation combining betamethasone and calcipotriene; the topical suspension may also be available under the brand Taclonex Scalp. The Taclonex coupon that is available on the FamilyWize website is an excellent way for those who would like the best Taclonex price possible, but do not have access to a Taclonex copay card. By downloading the reusable Taclonex savings coupon and using it at a pharmacy of choice, the cost of Taclonex can be lowered by up to 89% from the regular retail price.


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