Off Label Treatments

Off-label usage of prescription treatments for rosacea is allowed by the FDA as long as your doctor has prescribed it for you. So what sorts of prescription treatments approved for other conditions might work for rosacea? Here are a few articles to get you started.

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Sklice, Topical Ivermectin 0.5% for Head Lice on Scalp and Hair

A new prescription topical ivermectin product called Sklice is being promoted in the United States. Sanofi Pasteur received FDA approval for Sklice as a treatment for Head Lice in humans. The interest for rosacea sufferers in topical ivermectin has been motivated by the large scale trials that Galderma is undertaking with CD5024. CD5024 is a […]

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As promised in my 67th AAD Meeting SFO, rosacea highlights news item, here are some updates from the conference proceedings and handouts. In this update we’ll look at a couple of slides from Dr. Thiboutot. I found it very encouraging to see such an up to date list of possibilities being discussed at an AAD […]

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