Onexton treats acne. Avoid getting it in your hair or on colored fabric as it may bleach hair or colored fabric. Limit your time in the sun while using this medication.

Onexton Overview

Reviewed: November 25, 2014

Onexton is a prescription medication used to treat acne in patients 12 and older.

Onexton comes as a gel to be applied to the affected skin once-daily.

Common side effects of Onexton include skin irritation, burning sensation, itching, and rash. 

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