Does anyone have knowledge about the Sumadan Kit? My son was just prescribed Sumadan he picked up the wash from CVS and its a "kit". 1 bottle of Sumadan, 1 bottle of Rehyla-are they the same? No instructions on whether to use one or both, doctor only mentioned Sumadan.
17 Apr 2012
The same thing happened to my son! His Dr only mentioned the one wash as well. Even the pharmacist didnt know what to tell me. I plan to ask the dermatologist the next visit. They dont look to be the same as the ingredients are different. It looks to me that one is just a moisturizing face wash and the other is the medicated one. Let me know if you find out differently. Right now, my son is just using the Sumadan not the Rehyla since she never mentioned that one being in the kit. It is funny that there are absolutely NO instructions whatsoever and the label states "Use as directed" !!
17 Apr 2012
I called my sons dermatologist on this and she said the Rehyla is just a general moisturizing cleanser. the Sumadan is the medicated one so that is the main one to use. She said that he could use the other one too, like if he needs to wash in between medicated doses but he doesnt have to. The Sumadan has the medication and the Rehyla is more like an OTC wash. Hope this helps you!
- Sumadan Information for Consumers
- Sumadan Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Sumadan (detailed)
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