XOLEGEL Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 021946/001.

Names and composition

"XOLEGEL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of KETOCONAZOLE.

Answered questions

Xolegel for Seborrheic Dermatitis?
I was diagnosed with Seborrheic Dermatitis on my face. I dont have it on my hair and my scalp doesnt ever itch or flake. But yea.. ive been using xolegel for almost a month now and im seeing small improvements. Im also taking doxycycline in the morning, Centrum vitamin in the afternoon and at night a skin... Asked by Carylon Brei 4 months ago.

I was diagnosed with Seborrheic Dermatitis on my face. I dont have it on my hair and my scalp doesnt ever itch or flake. But yea.. ive been using xolegel for almost a month now and im seeing small improvements. Im also taking doxycycline in the morning, Centrum vitamin in the afternoon and at night a skin supplement. I was just wondering if anyone had any advice for me. Im 17 and have had this for 2 years. Answered by Sarina Aguallo 4 months ago.

Jon, hello. I have had great success with the herbal anti-eczema cream by Champori: It works for seborrheic dermatitis better than anything else. Worth a try. Best, Bernadette Answered by Gale Naret 4 months ago.


Has anyone tried xolegel and does it work?
my face has been breaking out and the doctor said it was psorasis, so she prescribed this for me. It seems to be working, but the area where I am using it is starting to darken Asked by Merlin Nees 4 months ago.

What are you using it for? Ringworm, Dandruff, etc? Umm, it is commonly used and I have not used it but I'm a Pharmacy Tech and I've seen it prescribed a lot. Answered by Kristin Karma 4 months ago.


Seborrheic Dermatitis on my face?
So I saw my Dermatologist a few months ago and he gave me Xolegel. But my insurance didnt cover it so I got Desonide lotion. I used that for a month and didnt see results. So I decided to buy Xolegel. I used it for 3 weeks. I just saw him again and he told me to keep on using it. He also kept me on Doxycycline. Ive... Asked by Loma Westendorf 4 months ago.

So I saw my Dermatologist a few months ago and he gave me Xolegel. But my insurance didnt cover it so I got Desonide lotion. I used that for a month and didnt see results. So I decided to buy Xolegel. I used it for 3 weeks. I just saw him again and he told me to keep on using it. He also kept me on Doxycycline. Ive been taking Doxycycline for 2 months now. But have recently only been taking it once a day. And now im taking an over the counter Skin supplement. But my only real concern is that ive researched alot about Seborrheic Dermatitis on your face and it doesnt seem like I have alot of the symptoms. I dont EVER touch my face and I exercise daily and drink 8 glasses of water a day. My face doesnt ich but sometimes it does feel like its burning. And whenever im done excersising and im all sweaty my face looks better then 30min later its back to being pinkish. Its pretty much all over my face its fairly red on my cheeks and pink around my chin. Im 17 and have had this for 2 years. Answered by Kali Tacderen 4 months ago.

i'd see another doctor. it should have gone away with treatment. Answered by Bridgett Schleh 4 months ago.

It sounds like you specifically have perioral and/or nasolabial dermatitis. One of the best things you can do for this form of sebhorrheic dermatitis is to actually use a shampoo containing pyrithione zinc as a facial wash -- I would recommend Head & Shoulders Intensive Treatment since it contains 2% pyrithione zinc (PZ). Using PZ as a facial wash is a common "off-label" use by dermatologists for people with sebhorreic dermatitis, psoriasis, or eczema on the face. Yes, sebhorrheic dermatitis is typically the result of a fungus, Malassezia furfur, also known as Pityrosporum ovale, just as acne is caused by a specific strain of bacteria. This should help with the redness and flaking. You can use it on the days when you don't use the Nizoral. (Combination therapy is fine -- and appropriate -- when treating resistant dermatitis.) There is also a medicated moisturizer by Dermarest specifically for patients with psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis. This should also help provide additional relief from the itching, redness, and flaking. Using these two products, along with the Nizoral, should ideally provide some symptom relief. There is also a prescription wash called Plexion that might be of benefit for you. If these do not provide adequate relief, you need to return to the dermatologist (or find a new one) that will offer more aggressive treatment for your condition. Severe seborrhea sometimes actually requires treatment with low-dose Accutane, which shuts off the oil glands, shrinks them, reduces inflammation, and removes the "food source" (sebum) that the fungus needs for survival. Answered by Pasty Camire 4 months ago.


Is there any kind of drug that cintains ketoconazole in US now?
Trying to interact with Terfenadine n/t ketoconazole. Is there any kinds of drug that contains ketoconazole in US? (need specific names....trying to avoid.) Asked by Lachelle Kiehne 4 months ago.

One is specific is Nixoral (azole anitfungals) Nizoral, Kuric, Nizoral A-D Xolegel (topical antifungal) Xolegel Corepak (for dermatitis) Xolegal Duo (topical antifungals) Triazolam (Halcion) Cisapride (Propusid) Also avoide antacids such as Tagamet, Pepcid, Axil, Zantec and other for at least two hours before and after you take your medication. You also need to ask your Dr. if this list is sufficient. Peace, Love & Happiness Answered by Zelda Farrill 4 months ago.


Will eating better give better looking skin?
I have had Seborrheic Dermatitis on my face for a few years now.And I just recently started to treat it with Xolegel.Been on it for a month and has done little.But I recently in the past 2 weeks have been eating Yoplait yogurt twice a day.As well with A yogurt smoothie and watermelon everyday.Also drinking orange... Asked by Angele Colvard 4 months ago.

I have had Seborrheic Dermatitis on my face for a few years now.And I just recently started to treat it with Xolegel.Been on it for a month and has done little.But I recently in the past 2 weeks have been eating Yoplait yogurt twice a day.As well with A yogurt smoothie and watermelon everyday.Also drinking orange juice.And ive been trying to find more stuff with Vitamin E in it since I heard thats the best for your skin.I was wondering over the next few weeks should I suspect any changes to my skin? I drink about 8 water bottles a day and take a skin,hair and nail supplement. If anyone knows of any drinks or food that help with skin please let me know! Answered by Christa Latulipe 4 months ago.

The best food I've ever seen for skin is flax seed. You can buy it ground up or grind it in a coffee grinder and then just put 2 tbsp in your cereal in the morning. I'm not sure if it's the vitamin E or the omega 3 fatty acid or the combination, but it does great things for skin and is supposed to be really good for you all around. Answered by Domonique Staack 4 months ago.

Water is very good for your skin but a lot of dairy products is not. Why don't you go to a nutritionist to find what you should be eating to help your skin or look on line. Answered by Vito Higgs 4 months ago.

Yeah I think so, though not always. You should go to see a dermatologist if all the treatments do not work. Answered by Rosalee Keranen 4 months ago.


If I have facial Seborrheic Dermatitis what foods should I eat and try to avoid.?
Im using Xolegelt hat my derm prescribed.... But is Vitamin E the right way to go? Or whats better and what should I avoid? Asked by Cami Abbassi 4 months ago.

I recently started eating watermelon, 2 yoplait yogurts,2yogurt smoothies,Almonds and a powerbar. I drink juice twice a day.1 consists of %300 Vitamin E and the other has Omega 3.I also drink about 5 water bottles a day.Yeah I get like %500 daily value of Vitamin E. I excersise daily and im in the sun for a few hours to. I just now started using a moisturizer with spf15. And now that im starting to eat healthier will my skin get better? I never touch my face. But I will admit When I was 15-16 I had Horrible Skin care wich I think triggered my skin condition. I also have been using Xolegel for a month and that barely helps. I also started taking An Omega 3 supplement in the morning,A Centrum Multivitamin in the afternoon and a Skin,hair and nails at night. SO PLEASE HELP ME I need to know what foods will help me the most and which to Avoid! Answered by Chieko Phelps 4 months ago.

you are doing all that can be done now get medical aid for your condition , Answered by Austin Tolmich 4 months ago.


Healty skin?
I just started to eat "healthier".Im eating 2 yogurts a day,2 yogurt smoothies some powerbars and watermelon.As well as juice with high DV of Vitamin C and E.Im also excersising daily as well.And I started to use a moisturizer with spf.And I was wondering now that I started to eat healthier and cut out... Asked by Jeffrey Liff 4 months ago.

I just started to eat "healthier".Im eating 2 yogurts a day,2 yogurt smoothies some powerbars and watermelon.As well as juice with high DV of Vitamin C and E.Im also excersising daily as well.And I started to use a moisturizer with spf.And I was wondering now that I started to eat healthier and cut out all processed foods and sugars how long should it take to notice Better looking skin? I never touch my face and wash it twice daily.Im 17 year old male. And I dont have acne.I have Seborrheic Dermatitis on my face.And im currently using Xolegel to treat.So please! let me know what could help my skin or when I should see some changes! Answered by Carlo Zinda 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
021946/001 XOLEGEL KETOCONAZOLE GEL/TOPICAL 2%

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018533/001 NIZORAL KETOCONAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 200MG
019084/001 NIZORAL KETOCONAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 2%
019927/001 NIZORAL KETOCONAZOLE SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 2%
020310/001 NIZORAL A-D KETOCONAZOLE SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%
021738/001 EXTINA KETOCONAZOLE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 2%
021946/001 XOLEGEL KETOCONAZOLE GEL/TOPICAL 2%
070767/001 NIZORAL KETOCONAZOLE SUSPENSION/ORAL 100MG per 5ML
074971/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 200MG
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075319/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 200MG
075341/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 200MG
075362/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 200MG
075581/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 2%
075597/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 200MG
075638/001 KETOZOLE KETOCONAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 2%
075912/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 200MG
076294/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 2%
076419/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 2%
076942/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 2%
091550/001 KETOCONAZOLE KETOCONAZOLE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 2%

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