Goodbye, red uneven skin. Dr. B offers virtual consultations for rosacea to help you treat your symptoms–no office visit required.*Prescription treatment requires a virtual medical consultation with a medical provider to determine if a prescription is appropriate.
Rosacea is a skin condition that causes the skin to look like it's blushing. In moderate to severe cases, pimples and blood vessels are also visible under the skin, which can be red and sensitive to the touch. While there’s no cure for rosacea, Dr. B can help you manage your symptoms with online consultations for prescription treatments.
Standard topical treatments for rosacea include Brimonidine, Oxymetazoline, Azelaic acid, Metronidazole and Ivermectin, among others.
Prescription topicals are applied directly to the skin in the form of creams, lotions and cleansers. While some treatments provide relief quickly, most medications take anywhere from 2-6 weeks for the skin to start to show noticeable improvement.
Side effects may include: facial blushing, visible veins, pimples and sensitive or scaly skin.
Although rosacea is genetic, some factors can raise your likeliness of developing the condition. Generally, the groups most affected by rosacea include: women, people over thirty, smokers, people with light skin, and people who have a history of severe acne. Less common causes include bacteria and exposure to mites that can irritate the skin.
Consultation: A virtual medical consultation for rosacea costs $15.00, which is lower than most doctor co-pays. Currently we don’t submit medical consultation claims to insurance companies, but you can use insurance for any resulting prescriptions at your pharmacy.
Medication: Dr. B only charges for the medical consultation. When medications are prescribed, we enable you to choose the most affordable or convenient pharmacy to get the prescription filled. Prices for your medication will vary depending on your insurance coverage and whether the drug is a brand or generic.
At this time we don’t submit medical consultation claims to insurance companies, but you can use insurance for the rosacea prescription at your pharmacy.
We’ll send you a reminder for a quick online check-in when it’s time for your next refill.
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“The process could not have been easier. My chart was reviewed by a licensed professional and I was able to pick up my prescription at my preferred local pharmacy within a few hours.”
Meghan E. from Florida