The short answer is commonly yes. Most dermatology clinical trials are compensated in some way, however, the type of compensation and the form of compensation can vary. All clinical trials are inherently unique due to the location, timeframe, medication, treatment, device, or illness being studied.
Compensation can range from a monetary payment, receipt of a study medication, receipt of study care, receipt of a device, early access to the previously mentioned, and or all of the above. Every study is different and should be reviewed by the participant for a full understanding of potential benefits.