Galderma CareConnect Savings Card

A little known program from Galderma may offer access to expensive rosacea treatments for many currently unaware rosacea sufferers. Galderma CareConnect offers rebates, for insured and fully uninsured rosacea sufferers for prescription treatments well known to rosacea sufferers; – Oracea, Mirvaso, Soolantra and Metrogel.

The program is being promoted as being offered by `any US Pharmacy that accepts manufacturer co-pay cards’.


Galderma CareConnect is only available for commercially insured or uninsured patients.

Patients who are enrolled in a government-run or government-sponsored healthcare plan with a pharmacy benefit are not eligible to use the Galderma CareConnect Patient Savings Card.

This means that if you are eligible for Medicare Part D, Medicaid, Medigap, DOD, TriCare or the VA then you cannot use this savings card. Even if you opt to pay cash, this program is not available to you, by law.

Prescription Prices

ProductUninsured PaymentCommercially Unrestricted Price
Oracea (30)$75$35
Soolantra 30gm$75$0
Soolantra 45gm$75$0
Mirvaso 30gm$75$35
Mirvaso 30gm pump$75$35
Metrocream 45gm$125$35
Metrogel 1% 55gm pump$125$35
Metrolotion 2oz (60mL)$125$35
Galderma CareConnect Prescription Pricing

Uninsured Payment’ refers to a payment by a patient with a commercial pharmaceutical benefit plan that restricts or denies (PA, Step Edit, NDC Block, HDHP) access to a specific product OR to a patient that has no pharmaceutical benefit plan.

Commercially Unrestricted’ refers to a payment by a patient that has commercial coverage (excludes all government programs) through a pharmaceutical benefit plan and a specific product has no restrictions (PA, Step Edit, NDC block, HDHP). These patients are eligible for the copay as little as $0 or $35, depending on the product.

[Update]: October 2017

Galderma have updated the CareConnect program so that Soolantra is now available for $0 copay for Insured patients via Galderma CareConnect.

How do I get one?

For more information see CareConnect Frequently Asked Questions.

Press Release

Galderma CareConnect Patient Savings Card Program Passes Milestone

Remarkably Simple Patient Savings Provides Increased Access and Affordability

July 17, 2017 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

FORT WORTH, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Galderma CareConnect patient savings program has surpassed the mark of 1,000,000 prescriptions filled through its innovative patient access program.

Committed to keeping accessibility remarkably simple and saving patients’ money, the program is structured to work at any accredited retail, mail-order or independent pharmacy across the country that accepts patient rebate cards by offering discounts on the quality dermatology products offered by Galderma Laboratories, L.P.

Soolantra and Mirvaso Cards are no more

This new savings card – Galderma CareConnect replaces all of the existing savings card for all Galderma’s prescription products for rosacea sufferers – Mirvaso, Soolantra, Metrogel, Metrolotion, Metrocream and Oracea. Now all of the savings available from the previous programs and wrapped up in CareConnect.

Does it really work?

If you are able to use this co-pay card successfully please do leave us a comment below.

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7 Reader Comments

  1. Comment via email.

    “for the past 2 years I have been using METRONIDAZOLE GEL 0.75% 45g for about $47.00 this product is not mentioned in your present mail, It seems to mostly control the Rosecia, but at the rate I am using it , it is expensive for me. I have not used the 1% gel because it is even more expensive. Do you know of any relief ($) ?
    Herb “

  2. Karen E Burns says:

    I am on a medicare insurance plan so I guess I would be excluded from any discounts. This is very upsetting since soolantra has been the only things that works for me and being I am disabled cannot afford the enormous price for it. Are there are other options for me that you know of? Thank you.

  3. Cozmos says:

    This is ridiculous that we, who are eligible for Medicare, get no assistance at all! With my Medicare Part D and my supplemental pharmacy coverage, Metronidazole costs me $225.00! I got some great help with GoodRX, but they can’t help with Soolantra so I guess I’m condemned to suffer with this horrible disfigurement.

  4. “I’ve been using Oracea and Soolantra for a long time. I have the most awesome retiree insurance and using Galderma coupons to be able to afford these products.. I will be moving to Medicare in the near future I am terrified I will no longer have access to these products.Thanks for help all these years! Hopefully I won’t have to quit using them.”

    • Robin K Johnson says:

      You can take 2 20 milligram generic doxycycline tabs 12 hours apart and get all the benefits of Oracea at much lower cost.

  5. BARBARA SOMA says:

    Do you have any updates on the care connect savings card. I tried to use it at CVS and said that it cost with the card is $503.00 for the gel pump. I cannot afford that during these times , but it is the only thing that works for me. Anyone know ?

    • Robin K Johnson says:

      Ask your doc or call Galderma to find a an independent pharmacy that participates as part of their network. They can help get the claim thru your insurance and give you the care connect savings automatically.

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