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Step into a clearer future
SOOLANTRA Cream is an innovative topical treatment that fights the bumps and blemishes of rosacea with a once-daily, easy-to-apply cream.
You May Save on SOOLANTRA Cream
Do you want to save money on an effective prescription topical treatment for the bumps and blemishes of rosacea? You may pay as little as $0 with the Galderma CareConnect Card.*
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Specially Formulated to Be Tough on Rosacea, Easy on Skin
SOOLANTRA Cream effectively fights the bumps and blemishes of rosacea. Ivermectin is the active ingredient of SOOLANTRA Cream.
SOOLANTRA Cream is formulated for tolerability with CETAPHIL® Moisturizing Cream used as the basis for the vehicle. People with rosacea are more likely to have skin barrier damage, which can lead to sensitized skin. In a 12-week clinical trial, subjects using SOOLANTRA Cream saw a reduction of symptoms in just 2 weeks. Many saw their skin continue to improve in appearance through the course of the yearlong study.
Take the First Step to Clearer Skin
SOOLANTRA Cream is a prescription topical treatment that fights the bumps and blemishes of rosacea. The first step in treating the symptoms of your rosacea is to discuss your symptoms with your primary care provider or dermatologist. To help start that conversation, complete this discussion guide about your skin and symptoms, and bring it to your next appointment.