ShotFree Allergy is your online portal that connects you to physicians and specialty pharmacies who provide the latest in allergy treatment options.
First, you will schedule an Online Appointment in order to discuss your allergy symptoms with an online provider and determine if you are a good candidate for Transdermal Allergy Immunotherapy. If you are, a prescription will be issued and the pharmacy will mail you your treatment. When starting treatment we recommend a few monthly visits to your Doctor as a standard safety protocol. If any Stay-At-Home order is in place you may sign a consent form to apply your first dose at home with another person present. You will then apply the cream at home three times per week. After that initial period of supervised application, you can continue to apply the cream at home. For the remainder of your treatment, we recommend an annual checkup with an online provider.
You can schedule an online appointment directly through our website. Click here to schedule an online appointment.
As a standard safety protocol to protect against potential reactions, it is recommended that you take the medication to your Family Doctor or Pediatrician for the first application of each month, for the first four months of treatment. If any Stay-At-Home order is in place you may sign a consent form to apply your first dose at home with another person present.
Transdermal Allergy Cream is applied three times per week. During your online consultation and in-person doctor’s visit, the trained professional will explain proper application protocol of the Transdermal Allergy Cream.
No, ShotFree Allergy is your online portal to Transdermal Allergy Cream. The cream is made and dispensed by a pharmacy and you will pay the pharmacy for the medication.
Transdermal Allergy Cream costs as low as $199/month with three payment options:
$199 per month for 12 Months Paid Up Front ($2,388 Charge)
$219.50 per month for 6 Months Paid Up Front ($1317 Charge)
$239 per month for a Month to Month payment plan
Your prescription will be issued with a full year’s worth of refills. After a year, you can schedule an annual visit with our online provider to renew your prescription for another year.
No, Transdermal Allergy Cream is not covered by health insurance. Prices listed are cash prices and include shipping.
Your prescription will be mailed to your home. When starting treatment we recommend a few monthly visits to your Doctor as a standard safety protocol. If any Stay-At-Home order is in place you may sign a consent form to apply your first dose at home with another person present. You will then apply the cream at home three times per week. After that initial period of supervised application, you will continue to apply the cream at home three times per week. For the remainder of your treatment, we recommend an annual checkup with an online provider.
Contact ShotFree Allergy if you have any questions about your treatment.
Immunotherapy for allergies is the process of exposing the immune system to small amounts of an allergen that cause a reaction, in order to desensitize the immune system and reduce or eliminate the inflammation response.
Transdermal Immunotherapy (TdIT) is an allergy immunotherapy created by pharmacists using the same ingredients that allergists use when creating allergy shots and allergy drops. By using a transdermal base cream that pulls the allergens through the skin, your body becomes exposed to the allergen in a more natural way. This patented cream is created in a controlled pharmacy environment.
Transdermal Allergy Cream treats environmental allergies, such as perennial allergies to dust mites, molds, mice and insects, seasonal allergies to pollens from trees, grasses and weeds, as well as allergies to cats and dogs.
Allergy immunotherapy is the only treatment that addresses the root cause of allergies. It has the potential to produce long-lasting relief of symptoms even after completing the course of treatment.
Yes, allergy immunotherapy treats seasonal allergies to pollens from trees, grasses, and weeds.
Yes, allergy immunotherapy treats perennial allergies such as dust mites, molds, mice, and insects.
Yes, Transdermal Allergy Cream can be used to treat people who are allergic to cats or dogs. However, Transdermal Allergy Cream is not a treatment for your pet if your pet has allergies.
No, Transdermal Allergy Cream is not currently available for food allergies.
Transdermal Allergy Cream can be used by adults and children who are six years of age and older.
Yes, Transdermal Allergy Cream has an excellent safety profile and is recommended for kids who are six year of age and older. Many children prefer to use a cream instead of drops in their mouth or allergy shots.
If you suffer from mild to moderate allergies, either seasonal, perennial or allergies to pets, you may be a good candidate for transdermal allergy treatment.
If any of the following apply to you, at-home immunotherapy may not be the best option for you:
Currently on blood pressure medication, Currently on heart medication, History of stroke, History of cardiovascular disease, History of anaphylactic reaction to allergy immunotherapy, Moderate/severe asthmatic, Severe allergies. An online visit with one of our providers will help you decide the best options for you in regards to our program.
Our clinical study showed a 23% reduction of symptoms within 90 days.
While clinical remission of symptoms and long-term remission of symptoms is possible, not all patients respond fully to allergy immunotherapy.
No, you can be seen by one of our online providers who can prescribe Transdermal Allergy Immunotherapy for you.
All of the pure allergen extracts used in immunotherapy (shots, drops, cream) are FDA-approved. Immunotherapy for allergies using injections (subcutaneous immunotherapy) is currently the only approved route of administration of allergy immunotherapy. Allergy drops and Transdermal Allergy Cream are considered off-label use and are prescribed at a provider’s discretion.
Subcutaneous Immunotherapy (SCIT) is the injection of allergens via a needle to desensitize to allergens. These procedures are usually done in a doctor’s office and require frequent doctor visits.
Most common side effects include redness, rash and itching at the application site. Other side effects may include a temporary increase in allergy symptoms and possibly systemic anaphylaxis.
Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction when the immune system overreacts to a particular allergen thought to be harmful. Anaphylaxis requires immediate medical treatment, including a prompt injection of epinephrine. If you experience anaphylaxis, visit the emergency room to ensure proper treatment and to avoid a second reaction, also known as biphasic anaphylaxis. If not treated properly, anaphylaxis can be fatal.
At ShotFree Allergy, we can connect physicians with patients in need of allergy treatment. If you are a physician interested in alternative allergy solutions and helping patients struggling with allergies, contact us to learn more about how you can become a ShotFree Allergy partner.
Yes, you can. Extra days off taken by allergy sufferers cost the U.S. economy $700 million annually. Corporations lose hundreds of millions more in lost productivity because of the brain fog, distraction, and drowsiness caused by symptoms as well as over-the-counter treatments. Contact us to learn more about how you can make Transdermal Allergy Cream available to your employees with allergies, to help address their allergy symptoms and improve productivity.