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Dermatology Company Galderma’s major dermatological products and aesthetic and corrective medical solutions listed by brand name.

 

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 A

 

Arcolan
(Ketoconazole)
Used in the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis

   

Avixis, Ell-cranell, Avicis
(Alphatradiol)
Rejuvenate tired follicles to halt the onset of balding and stop hair loss with our clinically proven, medicated solution

   

Azzalure
(Botulinum toxin type A)
Used in the treatment of glabellar lines      

 B

 

Benzac
(Benzoyl peroxide)
Benzac is a range of dermatological products for the effective treatment and management of acne. The complete range includes: treatments, cleansers, moisturisers and scrubs.

 C

 

Calmurid
(Urea)
Used in the treatment of dry skin

   

Capex
(Fluocinolone acetonide)
Used in the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis
www.capexshampoo.com (US residents only)

   

Cetaphil
Used in the treatment of dry skin
www.cetaphil.com (US residents only)

   

Clobex
(Clobetasol)
Used in the treatment of psoriasis
www.clobex.com (US residents only)

 D

 

Desowen
(Desonide)
Used in the treatment of atopic dermatitis and steroid responsive dermatoses

 

 

Daylong 
is a range of pharmaceutical products offering highly effective protection against DNA damage caused by UVA, UVB and IR.

   

Differin
(Adapalene)
Used in the treatment of acne
www.differin.com (US residents only)

   

Dysport
(Botulinum toxin type A)
Used in the treatment of glabellar lines

 E

 

Efficort
(Hydrocortisone aceponate)
Used in the treatment of atopic dermatitis and steroid responsive dermatoses

   

Emervel
(Hyaluronic acid)
Used in the correction of facial lines, contouring and volume loss or for lip enhancement

Epiduo
(Adapalene / BPO)
Used in the treatment of acne

   

Eryacne
(Erythromycine)
Used in the treatment of acne

 

 

Excipial
The Excipial range of pharmaceutical products is specifically developed for the needs of dry and very dry skin.

 M

 

Metrogel
(Metronidazole)
Used in the treatment of rosacea
www.metrogel.com (US residents only)

   

Metvix
(Methylaminolevulinate)
Used in the treatment of skin cancer

   

Minoqilib, Neocapil, Neoxidil, Lacovin 
(Minoxidil 2%, 5%)
This clinically proven, medicated solution brings new life to tired follicles to halt the onset of balding and stop hair loss.

   

Mirvaso 
(brimonidine)
topical gel is used for the topical treatment of persistent (nontransient) facial erythema of rosacea in adults 18 years of age or older.

 N

 

Nutracort
(Hydrocortisone)
Used in the treatment of atopic dermatitis and steroid responsive dermatoses

   

Nutraderm
Used in the treatment of dry skin

   

Nutraplus
(Urea)
Used in the treatment of dry skin

 O

 

Oracea
(Doxycycline)
Used in the treatment of rosacea
www.oracea.com (US residents only)

 P

 

Pliaglis
a topical anesthetic cream containing lidocaine (7%) and tetracaine (7%). It is indicated in adults to produce local dermal anaesthesia on intact skin prior to dermatological procedures.

 Q

 

qilib
(Botanical patented formula)
Contains a unique botanical compound to strengthen hair follicles and rebalance the hair growth cycle, preventing excessive hair fall or thinning.

 R

 

Restylane
(Hyaluronic acid)
A range of hyaluronic acid-based products consisting of Restylane fillers, Restylane
skinboosters and Restylane skincare

Rozex
(Metronidazole)
Used in the treatment of rosacea

 S

 

Silkis
(Calcitriol)
Used in the treatment of psoriasis

Soolantra
(ivermectin) Cream, 1%
is indicated for the treatment of inflammatory lesions of rosacea.

 T

 

Tetralysal
(Oral Lymecycline)
Used in the treatment of acne

   

Tri-Luma
(Hydroquinone, tretinoin, fluocinolone acetonide)
Used in the treatment of melasma
www.triluma.com (US residents only)

V

 

Vectical
(Calcitriol)
Used in the treatment of psoriasis
www.vectical.com (US residents only)
 

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