METROLOTION Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020901/001.

Names and composition

"METROLOTION" is the commercial name of a drug composed of METRONIDAZOLE.

Answered questions

Which is best for Rosacea- Metrogel, Metrocream, or Metrolotion?
I've been using Metrogel but I'm starting to become curious about Metrocream and Metrolotion.. My skin type is sort of oily and dry and sometimes flakes around the sides of my mouth.. So, perhaps gel is too harsh right now and I should try the lotion? I am also on differin, finacea, and the oracea pill. Asked by Derek Laiben 4 months ago.

Metrolotion Answered by Bruno Mitchel 4 months ago.

i have rosacea, i take doxycycline and it totally works. Answered by Rory Notis 4 months ago.


Help for skin with rosacea?
so my dermatologist told me i have rosacea and prescribed metrolotion for my dry sometimes break-out prone skin (and it's absolutely fantastic. i recommend looking into it)i love a daily face care ritual and miss st ives apricot scrub (too tough on my skin now). can anyone recommend good cleaners and... Asked by Georgiana Cantadore 4 months ago.

so my dermatologist told me i have rosacea and prescribed metrolotion for my dry sometimes break-out prone skin (and it's absolutely fantastic. i recommend looking into it) i love a daily face care ritual and miss st ives apricot scrub (too tough on my skin now). can anyone recommend good cleaners and moisturizers for dry rosacea skin? it would obviously need to be made for very sensitive skin. thanks in advance! Answered by Leighann Kerth 4 months ago.

I know they have an apricot scrub for sensitive skin, I am prone to redness and I like it. Also Aveeno moisturizing cleanser is great, it is all natural and it won't clog your pores. Answered by Fermina Billon 4 months ago.


Rosacea and Marvel Mini?
Background: Recent rosacea outbreak—worse I have ever had. I'm on Metrolotion. My dermatologist can't see me for another month (love that HMO). Tried 3 different antibiotics, could not tolerate any—willing to discuss another with the doc when I see her.Question: In the meantime, I was looking at the Marvel Mini... Asked by Dominique Ardion 4 months ago.

Background: Recent rosacea outbreak—worse I have ever had. I'm on Metrolotion. My dermatologist can't see me for another month (love that HMO). Tried 3 different antibiotics, could not tolerate any—willing to discuss another with the doc when I see her. Question: In the meantime, I was looking at the Marvel Mini home light therapy device. Anyone with experience? Blue is supposed to be for acne, but would that work for rosacea? Another question: Also, hmmm...what about using all 3 (red, green, blue) since I am in my forties and have age spots, too. Rosacea is my biggest concern, but would it be harmful to use all 3? This makes it sound like my skin is a wreck, but honestly, I get compliments a lot on my complexion--when it's looking good, it looks really good :-) but this latest outbreak was actually painful (physically and psychologically). Aside: no need to tell me about prevention: I know all about triggers and this time this trigger could not be avoided as it was a stressful trip via plane combined with monthly hormones. Thanks in advance for any advice! Answered by Dennis Yeend 4 months ago.

Hiya, I've had rosacea, on and off, for years. I don't like the anti-biotic reliance, even though it works. Since late last year, I've found that the odd 6 minutes on a sunbed has shown great improvements. Not enough to look like a mahogany table, just weekly or less. I haven't changed anything else so I'm attributing it to the sunbed. I've had fewer outbreaks ever since. No idea why it should work when direct sun is a trigger. Maybe give it a go? Answered by Denisha Runnells 4 months ago.

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Dry patch of skin... what is it?
I've recently developed a small dry patch of skin above my right eye ( just above my eyelid, but not touching my eyebrow or my nose). It is kind of itchy sumtimes. It becomes flakey randomly, but mostly if i rub it. My mom had a skin thing not long ago and was perscribed Metrolotion so i have been using that.... Asked by Anita Rauschenberg 4 months ago.

I've recently developed a small dry patch of skin above my right eye ( just above my eyelid, but not touching my eyebrow or my nose). It is kind of itchy sumtimes. It becomes flakey randomly, but mostly if i rub it. My mom had a skin thing not long ago and was perscribed Metrolotion so i have been using that. I'm not sure what this skin condition is or what to do about it. I need ALL the help i can get. It is SO annoying to me and the people around me if they look me straight in the eyes while they talk! If u have any information please tell me. thx <33 Answered by Tonya Carchi 4 months ago.

i had something like that on my arms as a result of past meds. Check your meds and speak to the doctor Answered by Felipa Vieweg 4 months ago.

exzema i have it too Answered by Jeanna Comp 4 months ago.


How to get rid of red face?
Yesterday during dinner my sister pointed out that my face looked like I had been wearing goggles because my face(nose, cheeks) was red around where they would have stopped. I hadn't been outside for hours so I have no clue what it could have been from. I have a cold so could it be from blowing my nose so much?... Asked by Daine Galson 4 months ago.

Yesterday during dinner my sister pointed out that my face looked like I had been wearing goggles because my face(nose, cheeks) was red around where they would have stopped. I hadn't been outside for hours so I have no clue what it could have been from. I have a cold so could it be from blowing my nose so much? This morning I checked and I still had it, though it was more faint. How do I get rid of it? I don't want to look weird on this holiday. Answered by Isaias Schilz 4 months ago.

see a doctor and eucerin or aveeno calming lotion. but the doctor might be able to prescribe metrolotion or gel or oracea which are stronger and more effective treatments Answered by Audrey Mean 4 months ago.

Use some moisturizer designed for your face, let it dry, and use a light powder to even out your skin tone. Add a little eye shadow and some light gloss. That will pull the attention away from your reddness. I'm sure it's nothing too serious, but if it doesn't get any better, or starts to itch or burn, go to the doctor Monday. Answered by Ruth Matrone 4 months ago.

go see a doctor, as that is not enough information and i have never heard of someones face just going red and staying red. Answered by Morgan Ekstein 4 months ago.

you might have eaten something that you'er allergic to Answered by Leonore Forsmann 4 months ago.


Please answer my rosacea question.?
I am 14 and i have rosacea i think, when i get nervous my cheeks get really red. And also when im in cold or hot situations. I am very self consciuos about it and cried many nights over it. I have not yet seen a dermatologist but am i at a early stage of rosacea. Could my case be cured or almost cured. Has anyone... Asked by Ruthe Schlabach 4 months ago.

I am 14 and i have rosacea i think, when i get nervous my cheeks get really red. And also when im in cold or hot situations. I am very self consciuos about it and cried many nights over it. I have not yet seen a dermatologist but am i at a early stage of rosacea. Could my case be cured or almost cured. Has anyone else been to the dermatologist and has your rosacea gotten better since? my mom and my grandma has had it so its genitics. Answered by Hattie Ehly 4 months ago.

Seriously, it's not that big of a deal, but I'm sorry that you feel bad. My daughter has it too and she uses a thin layer of green,(yes green), powder concealer before she applies her foundation to help cover it up. Here is some really useful information that is extremely helpful ~ The treatments for rosacea are varied and all these options are to be considered because what works for you may not be the same as for someone else. But finding one that does work for you is critical to keeping this problem at bay and reducing (or potentially eliminating) all symptoms. Unfortunately, all of the topical treatments for controlling rosacea are only available by prescription. They include: * MetroGel, MetroCream, MetroLotion, and Noritate (active ingredient metronidazole) * Azelaic acid (Azelex, a cream, or Finacea, a gel) * Topical sulfur preparations (Klaron, Plexion) * Adapalene (Differin) * Benzoyl peroxide with erythromycin applied topically * Oral antibiotics (tetracycline) prescribed in combination with topical treatments.* * Accutane * Laser treatments Generally speaking, it is best for those with rosacea to stick with the basics: * Gentle, non-drying water-soluble cleanser (absolutely no bar soap or bar cleansers) * Sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher containing the active ingredients of titanium dioxide and/or zinc oxide (other sunscreen agents can prove irritating). Those with rosacea and oily skin may find using a foundation and pressed powder with sunscreen is a great alternative. * Moisturizer formulated with antioxidants and barrier-protecting ingredients (to improve skin function). * Salicylic acid (BHA) exfoliant.** GOOD LUCK! =) Answered by Li Ong 4 months ago.

I Cured Rosacea Naturally? Answered by Tenesha Caire 4 months ago.

Hello, rosacea was destroying my life, just look in the mirror I was depressed a lot and I locked myself in my room, I decided to try several treatments; inside they found the new treatment "Banish Rosacea" specialist Robert Campbell, was able to heal from this terrible rosacea, I feel a strong desire to live. Below I leave you the direct link to their website and you too can heal from this terrible rosacea! Answered by Concha Gaudet 4 months ago.

i have rosacea, i take doxycycline and it totally works. Answered by Mari Quealy 4 months ago.


What is a good treatment for rosacea?
Asked by Travis Stull 4 months ago.

Rosacea Treatment First Steps If you believe that you may have Rosacea, the first thing to do is to see your dermatologist. Many of the symptoms of Rosacea could be the result of other ailments. As always when dealing with this sort of situation, professional advice should be your first course of action. If you have been diagnosed with Rosacea you need to know that there is currently no cure. In fact, the cause of Rosacea is still somewhat of a mystery. Having said this however, the good news is that there are many things that can be done to bring the disease under control and minimize the symptoms and also to prevent the disease from progressing further. In general, the treatment is aimed at the control of redness, inflammation, and skin eruptions. Treatment is necessary to prevent permanent damage. Forms of Treatments In most cases, once a diagnosis of Rosacea has been made a dermatologist will prescribed a combination of oral antibiotics and the use of antibiotic gel as initial treatment. The oral antibiotics will bring the condition under control (reducing redness and the formation of papules and pustules), then the topical treatments will be used to keep the symptoms under control. In all cases the dermatologist should help to determine the relevant lifestyle factors which may need modification to keep flushing/blushing from occurring. Long term use of Oral Antibiotics is not recommended due to a number of side effects which may occur including sun sensitivity and upset stomach. A couple of important notes: - It may take several weeks or more to see any improvement in the condition - Since Rosacea cannot be cured it will often be necessary to continue with topical treatment (and modification of lifestyle factors) even after symptoms have been reduced or have disappeared. Your dermatologist will make a recommendation based on your particular situation. Controlling Flushing and Blushing It is important to control the flushing & blushing aspects of Rosacea to help prevent the Rosacea from becoming worse. This can be accomplished through various forms of treatment described below as well through lifestyle adjustments. Treatments Taken Orally Oral antibiotics used in rosacea treatment are tetracycline; Minocin®/minocycline; erythromicin An alternative is a medication which is similar to Vitamin A called Isotretinoin (sold under the brand names of Accutane or Roaccutane) that is sometimes effective against severe papopustular rosacea. According to the Rosacea FAQ (see below) It works by inhibiting sebaceous gland function and physically shrinking the glands and, since it has potent anti-inflammatory properties, it is ideal to treat resistant rosacea. [Note that Isotretinoin is not to be taken by women who are, or may become pregnant due to the risk of birth defects.] Topical Treatments Metronidazole - In 1989 metronidazole was approved as the first topical treatment specifically for rosacea. It can help to reduce rosacea flare-ups once the rosacea is brought under control. In North America Metronidazole is sold under various brand names including Metrogel (and Metrolotion & Metrocream, all 3 contain .75% metronidazole and are manufacturered by Galderma Laboratories, Inc.) and Noritate (1% metronidazole cream). In Australia and New Zealand the equivalent of Metrogel is called Rozex. Metrocream, Metrolotion and Noritate are not available in Australia. Rosacea-LTD III™ - The company's website says that almost all users of Rosacea-LTD III notice a substantial change within 40 days. The product contains zinc oxide, manganesium sterate, sodium chloride, iron oxide, polyethylene glycol, and sulfur. It may be ordered directly from the website. Azelaic Acid, a treatment sometimes used for acne, has been shown to be effective in treating papules & pustules Answered by Annemarie Minch 4 months ago.

i really dont know.what is rosacea Answered by Michaela Frija 4 months ago.


Does ZenMed work to get rid of rosacea? (even if temporarily)?
Asked by Yvone Alfisi 4 months ago.

A good skin care regimen for rosacea is to wash with Cetaphil cleanser, and to use Cetaphil moisturizer with sunscreen. Both can be bought at any pharmacy. Use lukewarm water, not hot. And a good medication to use is MetroCream, but it is a prescription. There is also MetroGel, and MetroLotion. I've found the cream to be best. Protect your face from sun, temperature extremes, etc. Everyone has different triggers that cause it to flare up. Find what affects you most and alter your diet or routine or care to lessen the symptoms. Answered by April Bern 4 months ago.

I Cured Rosacea Naturally? Answered by Yuk Kady 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020901/001 METROLOTION METRONIDAZOLE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.75%

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