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MIRVASO Review for Facial Redness Relief

Mirvaso: The New Treatment for Redness Relief

IF you are constantly battling with facial redness from rosacea or skin sensitivity, Galderma’s new prescription MIRVASO is for you. Mirvaso recently came to market resulting for the treatment of facial redness and rosacea. This topical gel made from Bromonidine (originally used in eye drops) is the first FDA approved medication for persistent facial redness, often caused by acne or rosacea. Mirvaso lasts up to 12 hours once applied and works to improve rosacea redness within 20 to 30 minutes of the first application. Mirvaso is a perfect compliment to anyone undergoing KTP, IPL or Laser Genesis treatments for redness reduction.

How Mirvaso Works:

mirvaso redness reliefAfter cleansing, apply a pea size amount to the whole face. Patients should also try a spot treatment before applying it to the whole face to detect adverse effects. The light gel glides on smoothly and should be applied evenly before any moisturizer or other topical acne medications. Within 15 minutes, generalized redness will be reduced over 40%. It is important to treat the whole face to avoid blotchiness and to avoid the eyes and mouth. The medication will take full effect within 1-2 hours. Don’t be surprised by how different you look without the redness you’ve been covering! Redness does return within 12 hours gradually, without rebound effects. Mirvaso is by prescription only. Book an appointment with Schweiger Dermatology today to see if Mirvaso is right for you.
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