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The redness, burning and stinging associated with rosacea can be difficult to live with and may even knock your self-confidence. While there’s no cure for rosacea, there are plenty of treatments that you can try to help manage your symptoms and keep the blushing at bay. 

We’ve got a range of prescription-strength rosacea treatments right here, all available without having to visit your GP. All you need to do is answer a quick questionnaire and one of our prescribers will determine whether we’ve got a suitable option for you. 

Remember, your final treatment will be decided by our prescribers based on your answers provided within your consultation. You will be asked to indicate a preferred treatment option from a selected list after completion of your consult.
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Complete a consultation
Answer questions designed by our healthcare professionals, so we can determine the relevant treatment for you
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Choose a treatment
We will determine any relevant treatments that we can provide to treat your condition
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We will issue the prescription and treatment in one cost and have your treatment sent out to you fast and discreet by Royal Mail
Laura Henderson - Medical Content Writer
Laura Henderson
Medical Content Writer
James O'Loan - CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist
James O'Loan
CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist

How do rosacea treatments work?

Rosacea is characterised by redness across your nose, cheeks, forehead and chin. You may also experience a burning or stinging sensation when washing your face with water or skincare products. 

Prescription-strength rosacea treatments are available in different types of topical applications, including gels and creams. 

One treatment option is metronidazole (Rozex, Metrogel), a type of medicine called a nitroimidazole antibiotic which works by stopping the growth of bacteria. Another option is brimonidine (Mirvaso) which works by narrowing the blood vessels in the applied area, meaning skin appears less red and flushed. 

You could also try topical ivermectin (Soolantra), an antiparasitic drug with anti-inflammatory properties that may help to reduce redness and swelling. Azelaic acid (Finacea) can also help to reduce symptoms of rosacea. 


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