What Is Rosiver Used For?
Rosiver is prescribed for the topical treatment of bumps and pimples found with rosacea. Rosacea is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition that occurs in adults. It can produce small, red, pus-filled bumps or pimples on nose, cheeks, forehead and chin (but not the same as whiteheads or blackheads found with acne). Use the cream exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Apply a pea-size amount to each of the five areas of the face (i.e., forehead, chin, nose and each cheek) at bedtime. Rosiver should be applied smoothly and evenly across the entire face. Do not spot treat. Wash hands after treatment. Avoid contact with the eyes and lips. Do not apply cosmetics immediately before the daily application of Rosiver. You should use these products only after the applied Rosiver has dried. You may notice a distinct improvement after 4 weeks of treatment. In the case of no improvement after 3 months, you should discontinue Rosiver and consult your doctor.
What Are The Possible Side Effects Of Rosiver?
Most common side effects caused by Rosiver are burning of the skin, irritation, itching and dry skin. Stop the medication and consult your doctor immediately, in case of an allergic reaction. These are not all the possible side effects of Rosiver. In case of any unexpected effect, consult your doctor or pharmacist.
Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions for Rosiver?
Do not cover the treated areas with dressings. Avoid alcoholic cleansers, astringents, abrasives, peeling agents and any other irritants which can further irritate the skin of those with rosacea. Avoid excessive exposure to sunlight, which could aggravate rosacea.
Do not take Rosiver if you are allergic to ivermectin, or any other ingredients in the medication.
Rosiver is not recommended in children under the age of 18 years. It is not for oral, ophthalmic, or intravaginal use.
Before taking Rosiver always talk to your healthcare professional in case you:
• Are pregnant or planning to become pregnant. The use of Rosiver is not recommended during pregnancy, because its effect on your unborn baby is unknown
• Are breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed. If you are breastfeeding, you should not use this cream or stop breastfeeding before you use it.
Although, no drug interaction studies have been conducted with Rosiver, you should always tell your health care professional about any medications that you have been taking or are going to take including prescription and non-prescription drugs, vitamins and herbal supplements.
Rosiver Storage and Safety Information
Store the cream at 15-30°C. Keep out of sight and reach of pets and children.