Rhofade, Oxymetazoline Cream 1% for the redness of Rosacea

Rhofade is Allergan’s Oxymetazoline based topical treatment for the red face of rosacea. Rhofade is known chemically as a Selective α1-Adrenergic Receptor Agonist, and during the drug’s development was known as AGN-199201 and also V-101.

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Rhofade wins Allure’s `Breakthrough Product’ Award

Rhofade has achieved some publicity through an award from Allure, the well known beauty magazine brand. The award is called the Allure Beauty Breakthrough Award and was  given for `making great strides in educating media and consumers about ongoing facial redness due to rosacea’. Rhofade seems to be generally liked by rosacea sufferers – see Rhofade User Reviews […]

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Allergan will be pleased to discover that they scored a free (one presumes) mention of their Rhofade product in the New York Times Fashion & Style section today. Given that Rhofade is a prescription item, this amounts to publicity of the sort that they cannot buy. How to Go Makeup-Free This Summer By CRYSTAL MARTIN AUG. 1, […]

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Rhofade patents to last until 2031

Allergan lists the patents that it claims protects the intellectual property behind their prescription products. The following patents are claimed by Allergan to be associated with Rhofade. Rosacea News was watching the patents the were surfacing for oxymetazoline and noticed two of the claimed patents in 2012 – see Allergan Developing Oxymetazoline (AGN-199201/V-101) Cream Formulations. Given […]

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Rhofade Savings Card now available

 Allergan has announced the availability of the Rhofade Cream Savings Program, which is promoted as allowing access to a prescription of Rhofade for as little as $35. This out-of-pocket amount only applies if you have commercial insurance that covers Rhofade. If your insurance does not cover Rhofade `you may pay as little as $75′. The […]

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Rhofade User Reviews

Allergan’s Oxymetazoline based cream, Rhofade (oxymetazoline hydrochloride cream 1%) – for the treatment of the redness of rosacea is now generally available. Does it work to effectively and safely reduce the redness of rosacea? You have come to the right page to find out. Some Oxymetazoline History For rosacea sufferers it has been a long […]

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