New rosacea topicals from Galderma

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New rosacea topicals from Galderma

Postby David Pascoe » Thu Feb 14, 2013 3:51 am

So we all know Galderma have 2 new rosacea topicals in development.

One we call Sansrosa, and Galderma designate as CD07805/47. This is a gel with the active ingredient of Brimonidine tartrate.

The second is a 1% Ivermectin cream, called CD5024.

Galderma must be thinking about how they will market these products. In order to create a trademark, obtain the domain name and start making these into a product, Galderma will need to give them a decent name.

I have had a bit of a stab at some unique names for the Ivermectin products:

  • Dermamectin
  • Ivercream
  • Ivernacea
  • Avernacea
  • Avergel
  • Avercream
  • Averzole
  • Mectacream
  • Rosamectin
  • Lepimectin
  • Rosanacea

Apart from Sansrosa, which is a great name, I can't think of much that Galderma could consider for the Brimonidine tartrate product. Something with "eryth" or a non-english derivation of red perhaps.

Have a stab, and see if you can guess what they might use.
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Re: New rosacea topicals from Galderma

Postby David Pascoe » Sat Apr 05, 2014 4:42 am

Ok so we know that Galderma pulled Mirvaso out of its hat to name the Sansrosa product.

What about the Ivermectin Cream ?

Likely it will be a trademark that is already filed.

  • aprecin
  • soolantra
  • vastreka
  • onreltea <-- now taken for Mirvaso in Canada.
  • elvaya
  • selstreka

Just some wild guesses!
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Re: New rosacea topicals from Galderma

Postby David Pascoe » Thu May 22, 2014 1:28 am

And bingo, I win !

Galderma has just announced that Mirvaso will be known as ONRELTEA in Canada.
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Re: New rosacea topicals from Galderma

Postby maple leaf » Fri Jul 18, 2014 10:16 pm

My derma ( a delightful young woman and good sense of humour, thank goodness!!) suggested I try this ) 'onreltea', as we are both quite pleased with the control of the other rosacea stuff. It's very pricey here in Ont. Canada but if it works it will be worth it. Would like to hear from others who have started using it, and how you managed the application which sounds as if one has to be very careful and " site specific. I probably am the oldest subscriber to this support group so there might be some differences with the results.
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Re: New rosacea topicals from Galderma

Postby LoisAnne » Sat Jul 19, 2014 2:35 am

Nope, I bet I have you beat in the age category! Anyway, I see that you are brand new to this forum and so I would like to suggest that you put the medication you are going to try, Mirvaso in the US but cannot recall the Canadian name, and don't know how to get back to your post without losing what I am writing…anyway, put the name in the search box on the upper right and read the comments. I don't have flushing and have not used it but I know there have been lots of comments written about it, both pro and con.

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Re: New rosacea topicals from Galderma

Postby David Pascoe » Wed Dec 17, 2014 1:51 am

I'm guessing that Galderma will use Soolantra as the product name for their 1% Ivermectin cream when it is to be available.
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