Allergan’s Oxymetazoline based cream, Rhofade (oxymetazoline hydrochloride cream 1%) – for the treatment of the redness of rosacea is now generally available. Does Rhofade work for your red face? See Rhofade User Reviews for all the low down.
RHOFADE is the first and only alpha1A adrenoceptor agonist approved for persistent facial erythema associated with rosacea in adults.
Mirvaso is is an alpha adrenergic agonist indicated for the topical treatment of persistent (nontransient) facial erythema of rosacea in adults 18 years of age or older.
Finally the oxymetazoline treatment from Allergan has been approved by the FDA and it is known as Rhofade.
It has been a long time coming, but here, finally I want collect some RosaceaCare Tinted ZincO Cream User Reviews where one of the best rosacea sunscreens can be discussed.
A poster session at the just completed 2015 AAD Meeting in San Francisco has published some results that show a special formulation of Kanuka Honey is able to benefit rosacea sufferers.
The information around this announcement tells us that a `large clinical trial has proved that Honevo, a medical grade kanuka honey formulation, developed by New Zealand company HoneyLab, is an effective and safe treatment rosacea.’
The clinical trial results demonstration that 65% of triallists showed an improvement in their rosacea – 34% had a large improvement and in “13% the disease disappeared completely”. Improvements were seen in within 2 weeks.
Galderma have added a page to the Mirvaso web site to guide doctors dealing with the potential for “rebound” by users of Mirvaso. This would seem to confirm that Galderma is aware that there are users of MIRVASO who are experiencing adverse events. The use of double quotes around “rebound” and “worsening” is interesting and […]
The latest edition of the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology lists an exchange by letter detailing a contact dermatitis allergic reaction to Mirvaso. The adverse reaction was found by the doctors to be caused by the main active ingredient in Mirvaso, Brimonidine. The writers of the letter to the JAAD caution other doctors that […]
We don’t often get to see research results published that show a proposed new treatment doesn’t work. It make sense that researchers and pharmaceutical companies would rather see their research and development efforts succeed and lead only to new products. A clinical trial for MK-0524, Merck’s designation for their product known as Laropiprant, has confirmed […]
Some just published research from the Ivermectin Phase III study group suggests that Ivermectin 1% cream once a day is better than Metronidazole 0.75% twice a day at treating the papules and pustules of rosacea. The British Journal of Dermatology paper tells us that although both Ivermectin and Metronidazole did lead to a reduction in […]
Some friendly words from the Irish Examiner recently seeking to create an Irish link to the topical treatment known as Rossoseq. According to the article Rossoseq is being made available firstly in Ireland. Rossoseq has been associated with a mild reduction in redness in a small trial of 10 users. What is Rossoseq? The product […]
According to the Galderma AU web site, Mirvaso is now available in Australia. Here are the Australian versions of the MIRVASO Gel User Consumer Information and also Mirvaso Product Information. Mirvaso was first registered in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods on the 4th of August 2014. See the listing here – MIRVASO CMI Mirvaso […]
Bayer HealthCare has announced positive results from a Phase III trial that evaluated the safety and efficacy of a foam formulation of Finacea – 15% azelaic acid. Last we heard from Finacea Foam was results from trials in 2011 where 401 patients were trialled. This study examined how well finacea foam performed compared to the […]
Users of ONRELTEA in Canada who have bad reactions or `adverse events’ related to using this newly approved product are reminded in the ONRELTEA Product Monograph to report these events. The body responsible for supervising prescription drugs is the Canada Vigilance Program. The Brimonidine based topical which is available in the US as Mirvaso has […]
Galderma, for reasons unknown, decided to rebrand the newly FDA approved Mirvaso as ONRELTEA in Canada (yes they use all capitals in the brand name). This continues the tradition for Galderma of split North American branding; Oracea in the US is known as Efracea in Canada. There is already some history of user experiences of […]
Rosacea Forum user rosaceaclearwannabe has posted about a recent episode of My Naked Secret that features a participant who was treated with Mirvaso. The show follows Anna who suffers from the red face of rosacea. She is followed as she becomes one of the first people in Europe to try being treated with Mirvaso. The […]
News today that the former owners of the patent covering the product Mirvaso have sued Galderma over a contract dispute. The 5 former owners of Sansrosa say that a contract error will cost them $20m. Sansrosa, who was then owned by Collagenex was sold to Galderma in 2008. Galderma asserts a group of patents protect […]