Treatment for rosacea with Mirvaso, Rozex, Soolantra, and Efracea - available to buy online from Pharma Aesthetics.
Please read the important medical information before continuing. Once you have read this you can change your answer and continue.
You should see a doctor for a diagnosis of rosacea BEFORE using rosacea treatment. You can change your answer and continue.
We are unable to supply rosacea treatments. They should not be used if pregnant or breastfeeding.
Gels and creams for rosacea should not be applied close to the eyes or lips or to open sores. You can change your answer to continue.
There is an interaction with Rozex and Efracea.
We are unable to supply Rozex and Efracea, as there is an interaction with your other medication. Please continue.
Worsening of redness can occur soon after Mirvaso is applied or later when the effects are wearing off (after 8-12 hrs). Stop using if it worsens symptoms. Most people recover on stopping treatment.
Mirvaso should be built-up gradually to avoid worsening rosacea.
Mirvaso usually improves symptoms in 70% of people - it does not work for everyone.
Mirvaso can cause worsening of symptoms in up to 16% of people. You can change your answer to continue.
This applies mainly to severe uncontrolled heart disease.
We are unable to supply Mirvaso. Please continue.
Depression, or are taking an antidepressant.
Liver or kidney disease - not including simple water infections.
Sjorgen's syndrome (uncommon immune condition causing dry skin).
Poor circulation to the hands or feet.
We are unable to supply Mirvaso, Soolantra, and Efracea. Please continue.
Mirvaso should be stopped and a doctor consulted if symptoms are worsening or you experience side effects. You can change your answer to continue.
Soolantra cream should be stopped if symptoms continue to worsen after the first week. You can change your answer to continue.
Levamisole is rarely used to treat roundworm infection. There is an interaction with Soolantra.
We are unable to supply Soolantra, as there is an interaction with Levamisole. Please continue.
We are unable to supply Efracea. Please continue.
E.g. antacid medication, Gaviscon, omeprazole, lansoprazole, esomeprazole, pantoprazole.
There is an increased risk of skin reactions if taking Efracea whilst using sunbeds or exposing the skin to strong sunlight. Strong sunlight and sunbeds can also worsen rosacea.
There is an increased risk of skin reactions if taking Efracea whilst using sunbeds or exposing the skin to strong sunlight. You can change your answer to continue.
These medications interact with Efracea:
Carbamazepine, phenytoin, primidone (epilepsy)
Lithium (mood stabiliser)
Retinoids e.g. isotretinoin, alitretinoin, acitretin (acne, psoriasis or severe rosacea)
Cyclosporin (organ transplant)
Penicillin type antibiotics e.g. amoxicillin
Sulphonylurea drugs (diabetes) e.g. gliclazide
We are unable to supply Efracea as there is an interaction with your other medication. Please continue.
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