Soolantra Coupon (Savings Card) Now Available


Coinciding with the launch of the official web site for Soolantra, Galderma has made available a savings card for Soolantra.

The card will allow a potential reduction in any out-of-pocket expenses for a Soolantra prescription, for insured patients.

This savings card is similar in operation to Galderma’s cost reduction card for Mirvaso.

The terms and conditions tells us ;

  • Eligible insured patients whose coverage includes their prescription will pay a minimum of $25 for a 30-gram tube of Soolantra Cream.
  • Patients whose insurance does not cover their prescription will pay a minimum of $50 for a 30-gram tube of Soolantra Cream.
  • Offer not available to cash paying patients.
  • The Maximum Savings Card provides savings on out-of-pocket expenses for up to 12 uses for which you have a valid prescription.

The offer is valid until 30th June 2016.

Any Good For You?

If you do use the `Soolantra Maximum Savings Card’ how much did it reduce your out of pocket expenses by ?

Please do let us know in the comments below.

Soolantra Cost

We have heard that the full cash price for Soolantra has been quoted as $235US and $330USD. The insured cost will of course be different. If you have prescription insurance cover and try Soolantra we would love to hear from you.


Update: October 2017

All of Galderma’s coupon and savings card programs have been replaced by one central coupon called Galderma CareConnect. This card will replace the Soolantra savings card.

Also note that Soolantra is now available for $0 copy for insured patients via Galderma’s CareConnect program.

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53 Reader Comments

  1. GAP says:

    Picked soolantra today for $35.00 copay, my insurance covers it. applied on face felt just like moisturizer, hope its going to help with rosacea symptoms.

  2. Rob says:

    Well I was able to get my first tube of Soolantra at Walgreens using the Galderma discount card for $25.00, cash price is $283.00 without the card, could not believe the savings so I dropped my $25.00 real quick and got the hell out of dodge. Starting tonight so here goes nothing, seems like my last chance right now as far as possibly something working as stated. Still very skeptical cause nothing has worked for long. I will keep posting to let whoever is interested informed.

    • Yes please do let us know how you get on Rob.

    • Patrick says:

      Rob you should see results in 2 to 3 weeks. In my case it just about cleared up completely, and then I had a rebound. I continued using it and it cleared again and has continued to work.

    • Rob says:

      Day 10, today is March 1st and things seem better but as you all know who have this infliction I look different in every mirror I happen to peer in. Sometimes things look great and other times not so great, the bumps and red annoyances are less than when I started but other treatments have done the same thing so like what most reviews are saying I’ll know more as time goes on, I am tempted to use the soolantra twice a day just to get a jump on things but I’ll refrain because I’m sure it won’t help or they would have said to do 2 applications daily. I had vbeam done on 2/13/15 and after 10 days the bruises disappeared and things seemed very good and I had been on Finacea prior but it burned and stung too much. Like I said after day 9 going on day 10 with Soolantra bumps are less in numbers but I still get a reddish nose that comes and goes. I don’t know if Soolantra does anything for redness so I’ll have to wait and see. I will keep posting so good luck everyone.

  3. diehappy78 says:

    hope you guys can keep us updated!

  4. rob says:

    This is a bit off topic but does anyone think when you get laser or ipl it kills the mites for a period of time? Thus help improve the skin?

    • Belkis says:

      My boss did the laser, and my dermatologist said that’s the only way rosacea is cured. I was using metrogel, first week good but after my skin got used to the cream and no improvement. I started using soolantra twice a day plus a cleanser sodium sulfacetamide 10% & sulfur 5%. My face looks and feel grate.

  5. Patrick says:

    Gap. It noticeably reduced redness to a warm glow.

  6. Patrick says:

    Rob it took just over two weeks for me to notice an improvement. It took a few weeks longer for everyone to notice a big improvement. It’s a good sign the number of bumps decreased, it’s how my improvement started.

    • Rob says:

      Thanks Patrick,
      I appreciate your info. Today is a good day so far, things look more even if you know what I mean, nothing is standing out at me. Do you feel demodex are the culprit? I feel something crawly at times but i know demodex are microscopic so it can’t be actual movement.., sure feels like it though.

      • Patrick says:

        I have no idea what causes Roscea but for me at least Soolantra works. Don’t stop using it if you rebound just give it time. I rebounded after a few weeks but since then it has worked very well.

  7. Rob says:

    Your right, don’t look a gift horse in the mouth. Thanks again. I’ll post again in a couple weeks or if things change for the worst.

  8. Richard says:

    Rosacea has had my face a complete mess for the last 3 years. My face has been red with bumps to the point I considerd quiting my sales job due to embarrassment. I’ve tried everything my doctor had to offer but nothing worked. Oracea helps with the bumps but the extreme redness would not go away. I’ve been using Soolantra for 7 days and my face has almost completely cleared up. I apply Soolantra once in the morning and once at night along with Oracea once per day. This is the best my face has looked in years. I hope my comment helps someone else. Have a good day!

  9. Rob says:

    Day 19, Bumps and pimples are minimal but still there especially on my nose and today is a bad day for redness, when the redness occurs I can feel heat around my nose. I have a vbeam treatment scheduled in a couple weeks but I may cancel because I am not sure that really helps my redness like I thought it did. I really hate this redness, it’s very noticeable and it’s killing my social life. I am becoming a hermit. Yesterday we had a little party at work and I was eating cookies all day so maybe the mega sugar has a part in this redness or maybe it’s coinciding with another die off session of mites. I’ll have to totally stop excess sugars to be sure, I really love cookies 🙁 …, I cant think of anything else that might have caused this flare-up.

  10. Andy says:

    Has anyone noticed a decrease on flushing?

  11. GAP says:

    I am on day 22 of being on soolantra, it has definitely helped with papule and pustule, but facial burning and flushing is still there, after one week i was more red than usual, facial burning and flushing was more intense, but now its little better, hope it going to help with flushing after longer use.

  12. Rob says:

    March 14, 10:10 AM. I have had another breakout yesterday and the right side of my nose is red, the top of my nose has that raised patch again (real f’n pissed) things were going great for a while, just don’t understand this BS. Apparently no one else does either or there would be a cure. I think the weathermen and rosacea scientists went to the same colleges, they can’t seem to get it right. I am done with posting because it’s going nowhere real fast. Good luck to all.

  13. diehappy78 says:

    Give it at least a month and then I think you can make a pretty definitive conclusion whether it worked or not.

  14. Rob says:

    Hey diehappy,
    So I lied, I’m still posting, just had to vent. I do plan on giving soolantra its just due, It did help with the little red bumps on my cheeks I mean they have been gone for 2 weeks but my nose is a different story, the redness and p&p’s still come and go and it’s weird that the redness seems to move around on my nose from side to side to top to everywhere it just wont go away completely and the bumps appear out of nowhere on my nose then go away and reappear at their own twisted will. I am going to an ent doctor in April to see if I have some kind of infection in my sinuses that’s keeping my nose active I do get stuffy and swollen. My primary physician and derm are not helping at all so I have to keep on finding new avenues to travel. I’ll post after the ear, nose, throat doctor visit.

    • GAP says:

      Rob, I have same problem my noes goes red, warm and swells everytime in warm temperatures or if i eat hot food, it comes back to normal in few hours. I might also go see ent doctor. I am using soolantra from almost four weeks it did help little with bumps, but actually made my facial flushing worst.

  15. Rob says:

    This all started with me about 4 or 5 years ago, I am 54 now. I have always loved being out in the sun but I think those days are over, you know I have had days where my nose looked perfect so there is something hiding that wont go away and I find it hard to believe I am not getting anywhere with the so called specialists unless it is something other than rosacea, I do have acne issues in the family but again the specialists said it was rosacea. I, like you and everyone else really have no choice but to keep on trying. Maybe it’s allergy rooted so I think I might go to an allergist too.., after that? Good luck to you GAP, look forward to hearing from you and others, maybe we as patients will find the answers were looking for without the “experts” through trial and error.

  16. endo says:

    Local pharmacy is getting an error when entering the card it saying improper date of birth. The guy says this is due to the card being used already. Is everyone have success with this or have you encountered the error that I am seeing when trying to use the discount card?

    • You will need to download your own personal card from the Soolantra web site. If you didn’t sign up for your own card then that will be the reason.


      • Patrick K says:

        A bad point on the Soolantra card fine print. If you are on Medicare and pay for a supplemental drug insurance plan (D), it is not a covered drug, and Galderma won’t accept use of the card. Same problem for Oracea and Doryx. Seems the insurance companies have shafted the older people.

  17. Rob says:

    Today is March 24, day 32 on soolantra. I decided to introduce another piece into my puzzle of cure. The Soolantra has done a good job with the P&P’s for the most part but they never really were gone all at once so I started using clearasil 2% salicylic acid rapid action pads and face wash cream, pads at night before Soolantra and cream on my face in the morning shower. So far for the last almost 2 weeks I have had no P&P’s. I tried Walgreens version but it aggravated my skin so I’m sticking with clearasil. The 2% salicylic acid is supposed to clear pores without messing with sebum somehow. I still have a little redness but that comes and goes so that’s the least of my worries right now, It makes me wonder again about my diagnosis because I have read not to use salicylic acid for rosacea but it is helping in my particular case. My nostrils seemed to have thinned out a bit and the skin on my nose is almost normal today. I did go to the ENT doctor but they found nothing that they could treat. I am doing one more vbeam on Friday for the redness but I think that will be it for this year with lasers. That’s all for now, good luck to everyone.

  18. Chanel says:

    My insurance did not cover soolantra. It was $329 but I paid $50 with the coupon. Just started soolantra 3 days ago. Here’s hoping!

  19. Rob says:

    March 30th,
    Everything is in check so far and looking decent. I went to my laser guy to talk about what I have incorporated into my defense against my skin affliction (rosacea) but I am not sure it’s strictly rosacea because what I am using is not supposed to work. It’s been a few weeks since a major breakout and my laser guy said my nose is looking great and he was all ears about what I was doing to combat this issue (unlike my derm guy) who didn’t want to hear about mites being an issue. The thing I am dealing with now is just redness, the Soolantra has knocked down the P&P’s tremendously. My laser guy is so impressed about my diligence in trying new compound methods that he is offering an almond base peel for the redness (free) so I am going to give that a try and that is scheduled 2 weeks from now. So far nothing has really rid me of my nose redness. I will post again after the peel. Good luck to everyone and DONT give up, I am glad I didn’t.

  20. Rob says:

    Salicylic acid, I was told that’s a no no but that’s not the case for me.

    • Patrick says:

      When I am really flaired up I add a few compounds. First a sulfur cream, then if that isn’t doing the job I add Salicylic acid and occasionally zinc for a really stubborn case. This all seems to really help when combined with Soolantra.

  21. Rob says:

    I did get the sulfur compound from one of my derm guys but it really dried out my skin, plus it was $50.00 so the rapid action 2% salicylic pads and Soolantra are working and I find the more stuff I use the worse things get, I am going to give theses 2 ingredients a few months before I switch if need be.

    • Rob says:

      I have a new story about this rosacea stuff, last Friday I had the big “C” oscopy and anyone who has had it knows the cleanse is probably the most difficult part to deal with so I get home after this and within a day I noticed my face was almost clear, the next day it looked great so my point is I think I may have had LGS, I googled leaky gut syndrome and one of the symptoms is in fact rosacea amongst other symptoms that I have as well. Just putting it out there for others to check out LGS, I never gave this too much thought before but now I have renewed hope of actually curing this. I always thought there had to be a internal cause since I was not born with this and I now believe it is more than likely a byproduct of my environment. It definitely can’t hurt to check into further.

  22. Moira Isaacson says:

    My pharmacy said that, because I am on Medicare Part D, they won’t honor the coupon.

  23. Jodi says:

    I was able to use the coupon, thankfully this experiment was not too costly. I applied a thin layer of the Soolantra cream over and everything seemed fine. Gradually, over the next few hours my face began to redden. After four hours total my face was swollen and beat red. It took roughly 24 hours to settle back down to my baseline after carefully washing it off.

  24. Comment left via facebook.

    “Soolantra’s website has a savings card – big savings. I also got a card from the doctor for a free trial offer – a $288 savings.”

    • Nancy says:

      The savings card only works if your insurance covers it. My pharmacy charges $379!!!! I just top returned it as my husband picked it up earlier in the day and didn’t think to ask me if I cared to spend close to $400. Because the prescription already left the store, they threw it out and gave me a credit. How do I get the free sample or a reduced rate?

  25. Char says:

    We are stuck between insurance companies because my husband got laid off from him job recently …. which means we aren’t eligible and can’t afford it … what’s up with that? The only consumers who can get this medication are ones who are carrying the correct insurance …

  26. Kathy says:

    Soolantra has helped me so much. I have Rosacea really bad plus I live in South Carolina so it got worse when I moved here. I saw a difference in 2 – 3 weeks. Thank you so much. My insurance does not pay for my meds.

  27. karmadbDan says:

    Hey Rob,

    I noticed you said that after you were taking Soolantra you had a flare up. You mentioned that you had eaten cookies the day before.

    It is quite possible that you might also be allergic to gluten.

    I am 46 years old and just started to become allergic to gluten within the last 18 months. As a result, anything like beer, pasta, bread etc will trigger my rosacea.

    Those tasty little cookies might have been the reason for your flare up.

    I have been on a paleo diet as a result of the gluten allergy and no longer get flare ups because of food.

    The only time I flare up now is with sun on my face, or my body getting overheated.

    Perhaps you might consider avoiding gluten entirely until the Soolantra gets your face under control. Once it is under control you could reintroduce the gluten and see what the results are.

    Just my 2 cents.

  28. Joyce says:

    Has anyone tried using the Illumask (light therapy mask, available at Walmart) in conjunction with Soolantra? I’ve seen positive comments posted on other sites. Also I got Soolantra free the first time and now my insurance wants me to pay $50. There was a “mysterious” change to my insurance right after I got the first tube. Figures.

  29. Patrick K says:

    Has anyone found Soolantra available at Canadian pharmacies? It is bound to be cheaper up there. Can someone recommend a safe reliable pharmacy in Canada? I’ve read a lot of bad reviews about buying drugs from Canada, but the pricing is so much better than in the US.

  30. Lynne Kenerly says:

    If you are on Medicare, Soolantra isn’t covered and you cannot use a coupon.

  31. Beat says:

    This offer has expired now that it’s past 6/30/2016…

  32. Jenefer Williams says:

    My father is an Australian pensioner and Soolantra is not on the governments rebate list. This week he paid $57.00. A large expense for a person on a limited income. However, he understands that this prescribed cream will give him some much needed relief.

  33. Comment from Janice via Facebook.

    “Soolantra (called Rosiver in Canada) works great for me, but expensive … I pay $180 for 60 g tube, not covered by any insurance plans in Canada. Come in Galderma do we really have to pay such a high price for this???”

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