Mirvaso Gel


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Mirvaso Gel

Used for the treatment of Rosacea

  • Acts on the blood vessels in the face
  • Topical treatment for rosacea
  • Reduces the appearance of redness
From £63.99

Mirvaso is a topical gel prescribed for the treatment of symptoms of flushing and redness brought about by rosacea among patients. Mirvaso Gel appears to be an opaque gel that can either be light yellow or white in colour. This is a prescription only medication.

Mirvaso is a prescription only medication gel intended for the treatment of symptoms of rosacea. Oftentimes, the skin condition referred to as Rosacea happen when the blood vessels of the skin become enlarged. The rosacea symptoms can include spots, blemishes, flushing, and redness.

These symptoms are done away with the aid of topical Mirvaso gel. The prescription-only medication Mirvaso gel causes the blood vessels found in the skin to narrow down; this, in turn, reduces the many symptoms of the skin disease. The Mirvaso gel must be applied every single day and it is very easy to apply. When applying the gel to the skin, Mirvaso gel has the ability to pass through the layers of the skin and works on the blood vessels of the area of the skin and helps decrease the redness brought about by rosacea.

Medical experts say that the active ingredient of the topical cream Mirvaso gel is Brimonidine. This substance Brimonidine is responsible for preventing the many symptoms of the skin disease called rosacea. Mirvaso gel acts on the skin’s blood vessel and helps shrink them to help reduce flushing, redness, and swelling of the skin. Every gram of the prescription treatment gel has approximately 3.3 mg of Brimonidine.

When you are prescribed with Mirvaso gel, closely follow the instruction of the physician who prescribed you with the medication.

Mirvaso gel must be used on a day to day manner to help reduce the many bad symptoms of rosacea for about one day. If you forget to put the Mirvaso gel you may notice that your skin will become red again on that same day. When putting on the topical Mirvaso gel, take a pea-sized amount and place it evenly on the face, focusing on areas affected by rosacea such as the chin, nose, cheeks, and forehead.

Place a pea-sized amount of Mirvaso gel once daily on your face focusing on areas affected by rosacea such as the chin, nose, cheeks, and forehead applied evenly and smoothly to reduce symptoms avoiding the areas such as eyes, lips, and the mucous membranes.
After applying the Mirvaso gel medication, make sure you wash your hands thoroughly. This medication is not to be used intravaginally, orally, or on the ophthalmic areas of the body. Never put Mirvaso gel on your eyes, lips, and nose area. If the Mirvaso gel cream reaches these areas, make sure to wash them off immediately and as thoroughly as possible with warm water.

If you go out and you would like to add some makeup on, make sure you allow at least 15 minutes before you put on other creams, primers, or cosmetic products. That way the Mirvaso gel has already soaked into the skin and already dried up.

Mirvaso gel with active ingredients Brimonidine consists of a topical gel with 0.33% strength and it comes in a white to light yellow opaque gel cream. Each gel tube gram has at least 5 mg of Mirvaso gel Tartrate, which is a total of approximately 3.3 mg of brimonidine base.

Mirvaso gel is to be applied topically on the affected areas at least once a day after washing or cleaning the area for at least 30 days. The Mirvaso gel 0.33% topical gel is an alpha adrenergic agonist prescribed for the dermatological treatment of continuous non-transient erythema of rosacea. It can be used by patients aged 18 years and older. Do not administer on patients who are below 18 years old.

Always consult your doctor regarding the appropriate dosage and application of Mirvaso gel. If your condition has not improved, or your skin problem becomes worse, talk to your doctor about it.  Do not attempt to self-medicate drugs.

Like any other medicines, Mirvaso Gel can come with some side effects, but not everyone is able to experience them.

Mirvaso Gel can cause some side effects among patients aged 18 years old and above. Here are the most common side effects of the drug Mirvaso Gel:

  • Skin allergy
  • Skin flushing
  • Skin redness
  • Swollen lips
  • Swollen face

The most uncommon side effects of Mirvaso Gel that has been reported are as follows:

  • Worsening rosacea
  • Skin rashes
  • Acne
  • Swollen eyelids
  • Dry mouth
  • Cold hands
  • Cold feet
  • Headache
  • Feeling hot
  • Nasal congestion
  • Runny nose

This list of side effects is not conclusive. Always read the product information leaflet for other possible side effects. This Mirvaso Gel must always be kept out of reach of children. It should not be used by breastfeeding or pregnant women.

Always consult your doctor before taking Mirvaso Gel. If your condition has not improved after consistent use and treatment with Mirvaso Gel or where it becomes worse, immediately talk to your doctor.

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