Finacea Foam Coupon, Pay $30 for your first fill

Bayer HealthCare, the makers of Finacea, are highlighting a new Finacea Foam Coupon

Who is Bayer HealthCare?

At the beginning of 2012 Intendis changed its name to Bayer HealthCare, 5 years after being acquired by Bayer through their purchase of Shering AG.

Got that? Well it really just means that Bayer are the makers of Finacea and Finacea Foam, so it is a name worth remembering.

Bayer is also a sponsor of the National Rosacea Society, so there is a second reason to be interested in the fortunes of Bayer HealthCare.

Bayer HealthCare and Rosacea

Bayer has recently been growing their dermatology arm and attempting to appeal to rosacea sufferers through promotions like the Rosacea App and Rosacea Concierge.

The Rosacea App

Rosacea News gave had a comprehensive review of the Rosacea App in the post  The Rosacea App: A Rosacea Web Site in your pocket.

The Rosacea App is a tool that aims to help you track your triggers, get a local weather forecast, find substitute food triggers as well as access a Finacea Coupon.

Download Finacea Foam Coupon

Only rosacea sufferers with Private-Employer insurance qualify for the savings coupon.

Similar to other cost reduction cards, the Finacea Foam Coupon is only a benefit towards the co-payment for insured patients.

Go to the Rosacea Concierge web site to Download a Finacea Foam Coupon.

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6 Reader Comments

  1. Celeste Pardy says:

    How do I get a coupon for Finacea gel? I don’t use the foam. I was told yesterday that my $30 off coupon card is expired.

  2. connie Schrilla says:

    How do I get a Manufacturer coupon for Finacea gel? My prescription is for the gel, not the foam.

  3. B.T. says:

    They discontinued the savings program for the gel version in 2016.

  4. Chuck Rawle says:

    I hate the foam. The gel is much easier to apply.

  5. Patricia Days says:

    Hiw can i get a coupon for the gel not the foam its so hard to get out can you help me thanks

  6. Marie Wilson says:

    I am 60 yrs old, with prolonged rosacea breakouts on my face. I’m on social security disability. I have summacare/Medicare insurance and the cost to me is $250.00 for a Finacea gel 15%. I can’t afford this medicine now. I filled a prescription 3yrs ago and it was only $25.00. It is the only medicine that I have found that gets me results, and keeps my rosacea symptoms to a minimum. I am looking for help to be able to afford this much needed medicine.

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