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Face up to rosacea and discuss SOOLANTRA with your doctor

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SOOLANTRA Cream is indicated for the treatment of inflammatory lesions of rosacea. In clinical trials with SOOLANTRA Cream, the most common adverse reactions (incidence of ≤1%) included skin burning sensation and skin irritation.

Your rosacea is unique to you. Your treatment should be too!

There may be some beliefs or apprehensions around rosacea that could stop you from getting the help and treatment you need. Starting a conversation with your dermatologist is the first part of your journey to achieving clearer skin… and we’re here to help.

As you scroll down, you’ll see frequently raised concerns that many other rosacea sufferers have shared about visiting a dermatologist or healthcare professional. We’ve responded to those concerns, helping you create your own personalized discussion guide to make that conversation easier. You will also find advice on rosacea management and information on how SOOLANTRA Cream, indicated for the treatment of inflammatory lesions of rosacea, may be a helpful part of your treatment plan.

1. You may think... “I don't want to waste my doctor's time, as the problem isn't that serious”

Quote from Dr. Julie Harper: "If rosacea bothers you, let that be the reason why you come to a dermatologist"

Rosacea affects more than 16 million people in America, and if left untreated may worsen over time, greatly impacting quality of life1

This makes it worthy of a dermatologist’s or doctor's time, and now more than ever they understand how rosacea is more that just the symptoms we can see.2

To make the most of your time with a dermatologist, think about how your rosacea has bothered you in the last six months.

Achieving clearer skin for longer

Starting a conversation with your dermatologist today can be the first step towards getting your rosacea under control. With a plan treatment including SOOLANTRA Cream, you may start to see a reduction of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea in just two weeks.1

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about SOOLANTRA Cream for the treatment of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea

How much has rosacea impacted your life in the last six months?

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2. You may think... “My rosacea really affects me emotionally and I struggle to find the words to explain how”

Quote from Dr. Julie Harper: "Sign and symptoms. Triggers. Outcome. Plan."

The impact of rosacea is more than skin deep2

Rosacea is a chronic and visible inflammatory disease. As it affects your daily life, chances are it also impacts your emotional wellbeing too. Even though it’s hidden, the psychological burden of rosacea is now acknowledged as a real symptom and can be an important part of your treatment.

Speak to a dermatologist about how your rosacea affects you, physically and emotionally, to tailor your treatment to encompass all of your symptoms – not just the ones they can see.

Find relief from symptoms in just two weeks3

No matter where you are on your physical or emotional journey, visiting or returning to a dermatolagist can get your treatment back on track. With innovative treatment options available such as SOOLANTRA Cream, patients have seen a reduction of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea in just two weeks.3 In clinical trials with SOOLANTRA Cream, the most common adverse reactions (incidence of ≤1%) included skin burning sensation and skin irritation.

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about SOOLANTRA Cream for the treatment of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea

Press and hold down each relevant emotion until it displays how much your rosacea affects you

ANGRY
EMBARASSED
HELPLESS
DEPRESSED
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3. You may think... “I have been told that I will always have rosacea”

Quote from Dr. Mark Jackson: "We want our patients to be completely free of lesions on their face"

Currently there is no cure for rosacea, but you can aim for clearer skin and fewer flares

Building a partnership with a dermatologist can help form your personalized treatment plan. This will really help you in aiming for clear skin. This will include tailored prescription treatments, lifestyle adjustments and a skin care routine catered to your needs.

Telling the dermatologist how many flares you have experienced in the last six months is a critical factor in understanding your treatment needs.

Commit to clearer skin now and in the future

You can achieve clearer skin for longer by connecting with your dermatologist regularly and using SOOLANTRA Cream once daily.3–6

In a 12-week clinical trial, subjects using SOOLANTRA Cream saw a reduction of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea in just 2 weeks. Many saw their skin continue to improve in appearance through the course of the year long study.3

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about SOOLANTRA Cream for the treatment of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea

Select the number of flares you have had in the past 6 months

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4. You may think... “I didn't feel like my previous treatment was tailored to my skin”

Quote from Dr. Melinda Gooderham: “When seeing your dermatologist, tell them about your visible and invisible signs and symptoms…"

Everyone’s rosacea is different so you need to discuss all your visible and invisible signs and symptoms with your doctor and dermatologist

Ensuring they know how rosacea affects you, and what symptoms you experience is important in customizing your personalized treatment plan.

If your previous treatments didn’t work as well as you had hoped, you may want to ask a dermatologist or doctor about the other treatment options available.

Get tough on rosacea, but be kind to your skin

Once-daily SOOLANTRA Cream is specially formulated to reduce the bumps and blemishes of rosacea while being gentle on your skin.7

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about SOOLANTRA Cream for the treatment of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea

Select the signs and symptoms you experience

  1. Permanent redness
  2. Itchy/sore/red eyes
  3. Flushing/temporary redness
  4. Spots or bumps
  5. Visible small blood vessels
  6. Dry appearance
  7. Itching
  8. Pain / stinging or burning
  9. Red and swollen nose

5. You may think... “I'm not convinced that prescription treatments are more effective than over-the-counter products”

Quote from Dr. Emil Tanghetti: "Home care for rosacea will only go so far"

Advanced prescription solutions are redefining treatment success making the goal of clearing rosacea a possibility

Given time to work effectively, prescription treatments together with appropriate skincare and lifestyle considerations, can successfully manage the cause and the symptoms of the rosacea.

Improvements are possible with the right treatment

Over a year-long study, SOOLANTRA Cream showed continued symptom improvement to reduce the bumps and blemishes associated with rosacea.5

In clinical trials with SOOLANTRA Cream, the most common adverse reactions (incidence of ≤1%) included skin burning sensation and skin irritation.

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about SOOLANTRA Cream for the treatment of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea

6. You may think... “I’ve tried everything already – nothing works for me”

Quote from Dr. Linda Stein-Gold: "Now we actually have the tools to make clear skin a reality"

It’s a new era in rosacea treatment

It’s time to reset your expectations. Innovative treatment options are available that can fight the bumps and blemishes of rosacea.

Help your dermatologist to find the right treatment for you by discussing:

  1. what you have previously tried
  2. what you are currently doing to manage your rosacea

Discover the #1 branded rosacea topical treatment in the U.S.

There is no quick fix for rosacea, but in just 12 weeks the inflammatory lesions can be controlled and improved with the help of SOOLANTRA Cream.3

Achieving clearer skin for longer is now a reality!

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about SOOLANTRA Cream for the treatment of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea

  1. Select what you have tried to manage your rosacea (Please select all that apply)

    Skincare products
    Lifestyle management
    Prescription gels, ointments or creams
    Prescription oral treatment
  2. Now select what you’re currently using to manage your rosacea

7. You may think... “I'm embarrassed to talk about my skin and the way it looks”

Quote from Professor, Dr. Jerry Tan: "Just remember, we are human too, and we are here to help"

Don’t be embarrassed – dermatologists are here to help

Issues and topics that you feel are personal and embarrassing will be an everyday conversation for a dermatologist. It’s really important that they know how your rosacea is impacting you, both physically and emotionally. And remember, you are not alone, over 16 million other people across the U.S. are living with rosacea.1

By telling them how the rosacea really affects you, they can understand the importance of helping you reach success in your treatment journey.

The first step to clearer skin is talking to your dermatologist

Your dermatologist can help you achieve the results you want with the right long-term treatment plan. And by working together routinely, you are more likely to keep your treatment on track.

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about SOOLANTRA Cream for the treatment of the bumps and blemishes of rosacea

Connect with others facing up to rosacea

Show the world who you are and share your experiences with others who are facing up to this treatable skin condition.

Tell your story by using the hashtag #FaceUpToRosacea and join the growing online community, proudly stepping into their clearer futures.

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