Resources and support for eligible Picato® patients every step of the way*
Save on your Picato® prescription today*
LEO Pharma® CONNECT Co-Pay Savings Card
Picato® is covered on the majority of commercial healthcare plans—representing more than 40 million people nationwide.†
Additionally, with the LEO Pharma® CONNECT Co-Pay Savings Cards, eligible commercially insured* patients may pay as little as $20 for each prescription of Picato®.
The LEO Pharma® CONNECT Co-Pay Savings Card can be used for up to 12 fills of applicable LEO products (or a maximum benefit of $6,000) each calendar year.Review the full eligibility requirements.
Activate your card today by clicking the link below or calling 1-855-820-9627 to get started.
- *Certain restrictions apply. This card may reduce out-of-pocket expenses. Must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible. You are not eligible if you are enrolled or you participate in any state or federally funded health care program (eg, Medicare, Medicaid, etc). For eligibility requirements and restrictions, click here or call 1-855-820-9627.
- † Based on data from February 2017. Individual plans may vary and formulary status subject to change. To confirm coverage and/or cost, patient should check directly with health plan. LEO Pharma Inc. makes no representations as to actual coverage or costs.
Speak to a dermatologist to learn more about AK and your treatment options
Need a dermatologist?
If you think you might have AK, don't wait to take action. Contact a dermatologist, who can tell you whether or not you have AK and discuss your treatment options. Visit the American Academy of Dermatology website and find a dermatologist in your area.
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Get started with the Picato® Patient Experience Kit!*
- * The Picato® Patient Experience Kit does not contain Picato® product or samples.
Picato® (ingenol mebutate) gel, 0.015%, 0.05% is prescription medicine used on the skin to treat actinic keratosis.
Important Safety Information
Do not use Picato® gel if you are allergic to ingenol mebutate or any of the ingredients in Picato® gel.
Eye problems, including severe eye pain, swelling or drooping of your eyelids, corneal burn, redness, swelling and irritation inside the eye, or swelling around your eyes can happen if Picato® gel gets in your eyes. To avoid getting any of the Picato® into or around the eyes, it is important that you wash your hands well with soap and water after applying Picato® gel and be careful to keep Picato® gel on the treated area from coming into contact with your eyes. If you accidentally get Picato® gel in your eyes, flush them with large amounts of water and get medical care as soon as possible.
There have been reports of serious allergic reactions (hives, itching, flushing and swelling of the lips or tongue, trouble breathing or wheezing, chest tightness and dizziness or passing out) in patients using Picato®. The frequency of these events or their relationship, if any, to treatment with Picato® is unknown. If you experience any such symptoms, discontinue Picato® immediately and seek emergency medical help.
For use on the skin only. Picato® can be applied to a contiguous skin area of approximately 25 cm2 (5 cm x 5 cm). Do not use Picato® in, around, or near your eyes, mouth, lips, or vagina.
Reports of hypersensitivity reactions (anaphylaxis and allergic contact dermatitis) and herpes zoster (shingles) have been received during post approval use of Picato®.
Severe skin reactions in the treated areas on the face/scalp and body/arms/legs, including redness, flaking or scaling, crusting, swelling, blisters, pus, ulcers or breakdown of your skin can happen after applying Picato®. You may also see changes in your skin color (pigmentation changes) and scarring where Picato® gel is applied. You should not use Picato® gel until your skin has healed from other treatments or surgeries. The most common side effects with Picato® gel on the face and scalp (≥2%) include skin reactions in the treatment area (94%), pain at the treatment area (15%), itching at the treatment area (8%), infection at the treatment area (3%), swelling around your eyelids (3%), and headache (2%). The most common side effects with Picato® gel on the body, arms and legs (≥2%) include skin reactions in the treatment area (92%), itching at the treatment area (8%), skin irritation at the treatment area (4%), nose and throat irritation (2%), and pain at the treatment area (2%).
Tell your healthcare provider if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. It is not known if Picato® gel can harm your unborn baby.
It is also not known if Picato® is safe and effective for the treatment of actinic keratosis in children less than 18 years of age.
You may report side effects to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or visit www.fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch.
You may also report side effects to LEO Pharma Inc. at 1-877-494-4536, option 1, or email to email@example.com.