Products by condition

 

 

 

Below you will find dermatology company Galderma’s major dermatological products and aesthetic and corrective medical solutions listed by brand name that are available within the United Kingdom and Ireland.  For Galderma's international product portfolio, please visit galderma.com.  Always consult a dermatologist or a healthcare professional for more information about your condition and the appropriate treatment / product that is right for your individual needs.

 

SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS & PATIENT INFORMATION LEAFLETS:

To view the Summary of Product Characteristics and Patient Information Leaflets for Over-The-Counter (OTC) and Prescription Only (POM) medicines (marked with * in the list below), please visit the following websites for your territory:

United Kingdom Residents - medicines.org.uk (eMC)

Republic of Ireland Residents - medicines.ie


Therapeutic Area

Brand Name

Active Ingredient

Acne

Acnecide*
Differin*
Epiduo*
Tetralysal*

Benzoyl Peroxide
Adapalene
Adapalene / Benzoyl Peroxide
Lymecycline

Anaesthesia

 Pliaglis*

 Lidocaine / Tetracaine

Body Contouring

Macrolane

 Hyaluronic Acid

Discoloured /
Damaged Nails

Loceryl Nail Gel


 

Dry skin

Calmurid*
Calmurid Pro
Cetaphil
Nutraplus*

Urea


Urea

Onychomycosis

Curanail*
Loceryl Curanail*
Loceryl lacquer*

Amorolfine
Amorolfine
Amorolfine

Psoriasis

Etrivex*
Silkis*

Clobetasol
Calcitriol

Rosacea

Efracea*
Metrogel*
Mirvaso*
Rozex*
Soolantra*

Doxycycline
Metronidazole
Brimonidine
Metronidazole
Ivermectin

Skin cancer

Actinica
Metvix*

Photostable UV filters
Methyl Aminolevulinate 

Skin senescence
(Skin Ageing)

Emervel
Restylane

Hyaluronic acid
Hyaluronic acid

Wrinkle Treatment

Azzalure*

Botulinum toxin type A

Note: Epiduo and Nutraplus are currently not available in the Republic of Ireland.  Loceryl Curanail Medicated Nail Lacquer (5% Amorolfine) is not  available in the Republic of Ireland - see Curanail Medicated Nail Lacquer (5% Amorolfine).


galderma.co.uk is focused on educating the public and patients about skin conditions and the different types of treatments that are available to treat and manage these diseases. This site is not intended as a substitute for medical advice from your doctor, dermatologist, or other healthcare professional and may include discussions about therapies or treatment options that are not suitable for your individual needs. We encourage you to use the information contained in this site to educate yourself about your disease and allow better communication between you and your healthcare professional.  Always consult a dermatologist or a healthcare professional for more information about your condition and the appropriate treatment / product that is right for your individual needs.

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