Rosacea Coupons

The main rosacea prescriptions – Rhofade, Metrogel 1%, Soolantra, Oracea and Finacea all have offered savings cards at various times as seen fit by their manufacturers. For those with medical insurance, these so-called savings cards can increase the affordability of rosacea approved prescriptions. Those without medical insurance, sadly are on their own and are faced with paying the full retail prices – normally unaffordable amounts. See the following articles for information about savings programs for your favorite rosacea prescription.

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The Rosacea App: A Rosacea Web Site in your pocket

This is a first. A major pharmaceutical company has released a smart phone app for rosacea sufferers. Intendis, the makers of Finacea, have created a program that you can carry around for easy reference. Built with the help of the National Rosacea Society (whom Intendis supports through corporate donations), the application can be summarized as […]

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Being prescription items, Oracea and Metrogel 1% are too expensive for many rosacea sufferers, even those with basic medical insurance. Thanks to a tip from chenoarae; Oracea and Metrogel 1% are both available for free for residents of the US who don’t have insurance of any sort and are on a low income. Some pharmaceutical […]

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Clarifoam EF User Reviews

This just published paper details a `new’ product that comprises a slight twist on an old formula. It seems that much of modern research and development involves tweaking existing treatments to see how their efficacy and product lifecycle can be extended. This new product is known as CLARIFOAM EF Emollient Foam, and is indicated for […]

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Finacea Plus Coupon (get $2 off CeraVe and $10 off Finacea)

Many rosacea sufferers don’t get to see how the large pharmaceutical companies are marketing rosacea treatments to physicians. It is a clever way to market pharmaceuticals; get particular rosacea treatments front and centre in doctors’ minds and they will be much more likely to prescribe them when seeing a patient. In many countries pharmaceutical companies […]

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Promiseb Topical Cream for Seborrheic Dermatitis

I was alerted to the launch of a product called Promiseb by a comment left on the Sebclair for Seborrheic Dermatitis post. Since then the news web sites are also covering the press release. Promiseb (probably pronounced Promi-seb) is launching in the U.S. via Promius Pharma, after being licensed from Sinclair Pharma in 2007. Promiseb […]

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