FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: TOLAK

User Comments:


For Actinic Keratosis “Used this once daily for two weeks on my cheek.After the last day I was out in Dec. sun for approximately an hour in LA. With sunscreen.However, days later developed swelling and then developed large blisters which healed with large scabs. Thankfully when they fell off I was left with only red skin, with a few blood spots under the skin . All healed over in three weeks. Unfortunately, this experience has left me weary of using it again.”

Blueyes (taken for less than 1 month) March 4, 2018


For Actinic Keratosis “I have used Efudex for years on my severely sun-worshiped skin. I could never tolerate more than 7-10 days, and never got great success. I tried Tolak once, with much better success. The mode of delivery, inactive ingredients or something made a big difference, and I tolerated it almost 4 weeks. 1X a day app and something about it makes side effects milder, yet results better. I ended up getting much better results than I ever got with Efudex. I see some people here are discouraged that they don’t get inflamed as soon as they do with Efudex, but the milder reaction allowed me to stay with it much longer. I did get a severe reaction after the 3rd week, but excellent results. Will use again….no more Efudex for me.”

Neuronic (taken for less than 1 month) September 2, 2017


For Actinic Keratosis “Used it for 4 days and no results whatsoever. Typical 5% Fluorouracil Cremes show at least redness. Tolak has shown none. More so, the formulation of it is horrible in that there are little white clumps Right out of the tube that make application difficult. The manufacturer offers hugely discounted coupons. You’re better off buying the generic for better results.”

SkinCancer (taken for less than 1 month) January 6, 2017


For Actinic Keratosis “I have used this cream for 5 days for pre-cancerous spots. Nothing is happening so far.”

Sahar123 (taken for less than 1 month) July 29, 2016

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