Metrogel 1%

Long considered to be the main standard topical treatment for rosacea, Metrogel 1% is the Galderma branded treatment that contains 1% of Metronidazole. Over the years Galderma has brought us Metrogel 0.75%, Metrolotion, Metrocream and now Metrogel 1% Pump 55gm.
Be sure to check out the Metrogel 1% User Reviews and How does Metrogel work?.

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Finacea vs. Metrogel and Mirvaso–Fight!

A recently listed Clinical Trial aims to recruit rosacea sufferers to find out how well they are getting on with their usage of Finacea, Metrogel and Mirvaso. The trial outcomes are several, but include the recording of adverse reactions to treatments, patient satisfaction and likelihood of switching rosacea treatment. The trial is being sponsored by […]

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A clinical research company has posted a large clinical trial to compare a Metronidazole 1% Gel to Galderma’s Metrogel 1%. The multi center trial is looking for 947 participants across the US. The manufacturer of the comparison Metronidazole 1% Gel is not mentioned, but a reasonable guess would be Metronidazole Gel from Sandoz. Generic Metronidazole […]

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Generic Metrogel Pump 1% from Sandoz

Despite suggestions that Generic Metrogel is easily available in the US, there are scant reports online from users getting access to cheaper Metronidazole 1% treatments. In July this year Sandoz announced that they were selling a generic version of Metrogel 1%. The generic versions of metronidazole gel were previously restricted to 0.75% as the patent […]

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Ivermectin better than Metrogel 0.75% for papules and pustules

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 […]

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The National Rosacea Society is 20 Years Old

A recent blog posting from the NRS has mentioned that this month the National Rosacea Society is 20 years old. NRS Celebrates 20 Years Thursday, September 6, 2012 The National Rosacea Society (NRS) marks its 20th anniversary in 2012, and is pleased to report on the vast ongoing progress that has been made toward fulfilling […]

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