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Soolantra - Overview

Soolantra is a medication used for treating certain types of skin conditions. People who might need a Soolantra prescription, including generic Soolantra cream, can use Push Health to connect with a medical provider who can prescribe Soolantra cream when appropriate to do so.

Soolantra - Dosage and Cost

Soolantra is a medication that, like Stromectol, contains the active ingredient ivermectin and is often used to treat a skin condition known as rosacea. Soolantra is often prescribed to be applied to affected areas once daily. Soolantra cream is expensive, costing as much as $600 for one tube of Soolantra cream, even if one uses a Soolantra coupon found online. Some insurance plans may help with costs associated with a Soolantra prescription. Soolantra cream is generally available as Soolantra 1% cream and is avaialable in Soolantra 30 gram tubes, Soolantra 45 gram tubes and Soolantra 60 gram tubes. Soolantra cream is not meant for oral, ophthalmic or intravaginal use.

Can I Buy Soolantra Online?

Soolantra cream requires a prescription to be dispensed in the United States, meaning that one cannot get Soolantra OTC cream or buy Soolantra online. To get a Soolantra cream prescription, one must first consult a medical provider. Push Health can connect people who need a Soolantra prescription with a licensed medical provider who can prescribe Soolantra cream when appropriate to do so.

Soolantra - Side Effects

Soolantra cream is well-tolerated and causes minimal side effects. Irritation and redness can occur at locations where Soolantra cream has been applied. Soolantra and alcohol should not generally be used together. People with a hypersensitivity to Soolantra cream should avoid using the medication. Prior to applying Soolantra cream, it is recommended that one discuss concerns with a qualified medical practitioner.

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Last updated February 5, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions.