Learn if OPZELURA is right for you

Learn if OPZELURA is right for you


Finding the right treatment starts with finding comfort with your healthcare provider, and asking the right questions. This page can act as a guide to help prepare you for your next appointment. OPZELURA can help provide clear or almost clear skin to people with mild to moderate eczema, 12 years and older and can be used by people with a range of skin tones. However, it may not be for everyone and your individual results may vary. Use this info to guide a discussion with your healthcare provider about your choices.

Learn more about eczema

Working with your
healthcare provider

Your health is everything. And a strong partnership with your healthcare provider can help you feel confident in your care.

It’s especially helpful to find a provider that specializes in skin conditions. They’ll have a deeper understanding of eczema and what treatment might be best for you.

Remember to keep it real. Talking honestly about your eczema with your healthcare provider is important–they can help you establish your treatment goals (i.e., clearer skin, less itch) and will discuss treatment options that may help you meet those goals.

We know it can be difficult at times to get an appointment with your provider, so it’s important to keep track of your eczema symptoms on your own to share at your next appointment.


Get the most out of your visit

We’ve all been there. You get into the exam room and suddenly forget what you wanted to talk about. Preparing for your appointment ahead of time can help ensure you have a productive visit with your healthcare provider.

The Eczema Eight is a guide that can help you with upcoming appointments. These eight questions can highlight the impact eczema has on you and help guide conversations with your healthcare provider, who will be able to determine if OPZELURA is right for you.

Please note that the Eczema Eight is not an official tool used to measure eczema severity or burden.

Start the Eczema Eight

When an office visit isn’t possible, a virtual appointment with a healthcare provider may be able to help you get on track.

Check out these telemedicine tips to help things run smoothly:

  • Complete all necessary paperwork for your provider
  • Check with your health insurance provider to see if your policy covers telemedicine appointments
  • Make sure your internet connection is strong and your camera is working
  • Complete the Eczema Eight
  • Write down any questions you have and anything you’d like to talk to your healthcare provider about (i.e., symptoms, challenges, successes, etc.)
  • Make sure you’re in a well-lit area so your healthcare provider is able to see you and any problem areas of the skin you need to show them
  • Share any photos or notes that you've taken since your last appointment
  • Ask if your provider has a patient portal to safely and easily communicate with them
  • Have a paper and pen handy to jot down anything important from your visit
  • Be honest and straightforward about your eczema!

The Eczema Eight may help highlight how your loved one’s eczema is affecting them, giving you the information you need to be their best advocate.

OPZELURA Copay Savings Card

Savings Card

Eligible patients can get an OPZELURA copay savings card.

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