XOLEGEL: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Tinea Corporis “Rash under my fat roll on stomach, yep you heard me correctly, That large inner tube that flops over. This is great medication however It burns sooo bad I thought I would SCREAM. I may have, it is a blinding pain. I had to google it to see if others felt the same way.Your skin numbs and you do feel better. It takes the rash away every time I use it.So get it, use it and watch the rash disappear”

Anonymous November 13, 2017

For Seborrheic Dermatitis “This is a wonderful medicine. It worked really well on the most stubborn fungal infection I’ve ever had. I had tried everything on the market and nothing would work until this. I’m not going to lie, this stuff burns like crazy. You will scream and cry because it burns that bad for about 10 minutes. Stick with it and you will get rid of the infection. After about the 4th day it quit burning when I used it – and finally, I got rid of the infection. It’s expensive even with insurance but well worth the cost. They gave me a coupon to use and it brought the cost down to about $35.”

lisahutch57 (taken for less than 1 month) March 16, 2017

For Seborrheic Dermatitis “After four months of thinking I had chronic dry skin on my face, I saw a dermatologist who diagnosed me with seborrheic dermatitis. He gave me a prescription for Xolegel. It is VERY expensive at over $800/tube, but my insurance brought it down to $100 and then a discount card from the manufacturer brought it down to only $10. In three days, the redness and scaling on my face were gone. I can’t imagine not having this medication.”

Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) March 14, 2017

For Seborrheic Dermatitis “I received a Xologel perscription instead of my usual ketaconazole cream. I went to the local pharmacy and was shown a bill of $595. I laughed at the poor cashier, and said “no thanks”. Called my dermatologist back and got a cream for $30. There is a program on their website where people can get the drug for only $10 on top of their co-pay if their insurance doesn’t cover the drug. What this seems to imply, is that if your insurance won’t pay, they will give it to you for what it is actually worth. A perfect example of the broken medical system and greed. The price of this drug has gone up over 400% in the last few years. Next time I see an Aqua box at my pharmacy it will be refused.”

Anonymous February 3, 2016

For Cutaneous Candidiasis “The 1st application of Xelogel burned so badly I couldn’t help making pain-filled noises. What I really wanted to do was scream. I wish my Dr. had warned me. But my rash improved and each day it hurt less to apply the gel. It was amazing to see how quickly the rash disappeared.”

coloresue November 8, 2015

For Seborrheic Dermatitis “The symptoms were improved, but not to the extent mentioned by other reviewers of this product. The gel was prescribed for use twice a day but at the end of each day had redness, itching, and scaling again.”

Anonymous April 5, 2010

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