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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Foundation Works Fine Applied After Metrogel

This research comes up with the finding that using a foundation after applying Metrogel 1% won’t worsen rosacea symptoms. Most of the participants in the trial were happy with the appearance of foundation, when used in combination with Metrogel. How do you give your expensive prescription topicals their best chance at working while still gently […]

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Rosacea sufferers get good at looking through ingredient listings. What magical ingredient has been included in this product that might help me? But rosacea sufferers need to keep reading and take notice of everything listed. Recent research is highlighting just how important all of the ingredients are in a topical preparation. The benefits to your skin […]

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Once you have been diagnosed with rosacea, everyone naturally wants to know What is the best treatment for rosacea? Wouldn’t it be great if there was a simple answer to this question that satisfied everyone who has rosacea! Hopefully it doesn’t come as a surprise to find out that there is no known panacea for […]

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Raman Spectroscopy, the next great diagnosis innovation

Some press this week about an emerging diagnostic technology known as Raman Spectroscopy. Raman Spectroscopy looks at the way that light scatters when it interacts with different molecules. The technology can analyse the scatter patterns to determine exacting details to do with the chemical makeup of the tissue being examined. The article suggests that Raman […]

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Just published in the June 2010 edition of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology is a study comparing “Finacea in combination with Oracea” with “Metrogel in combination with Oracea”. Seeing this abstract published makes me want to let out a loud groan. So much of what we see as recently published rosacea research is just […]

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