Sanofi Diabetes

Toujeo® SoloStar®

(insulin glargine 300 units/mL)

Using your SoloStar

Your Toujeo® SoloStar® will help deliver the right dose of insulin for you. It is simple to use, and you will quickly get to grips with how to use it, where to store it and how to deliver your insulin doses.

Toujeo SoloStar Prefilled Pen

Starting with your
Toujeo SoloStar

Just started Toujeo? Watch this video to become familiar with the SoloStar pen and learn how to properly inject your insulin.

Toujeo SoloStar Handbook

Getting the most from your treatment means managing your diabetes better. Worrying less about your diabetes is easier if you know what to do. In this handbook you will find all the basics about your treatment. It includes information on adjusting your insulin, when to use it and more important information.

Available in 4 languages, click on the buttons below for English or download a copy in - বাঙািল (Bengali), ਪਜਾਬੀ (Punjabi) or ‫اردو‬ (Urdu).

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Toujeo SoloStar Handbook

Getting off to a good start with your insulin

Watch this video if you’ve got Type 2 Diabetes and see a clear explanation on how to get started on your long acting insulin.

Get answers to questions like:

  • Why do you need insulin?
  • How does long-acting insulin therapy work?
  • What to do to get to the right dose?
Example Toujeo SoloStar Passport

SoloStar Insulin Passport

There may be occasions when it’s important for others to know which insulin you are taking.

This passport card is an easy way of ensuring that this information is available to you and others if needed. Download, print and fill in this Insulin passport. You can store it in your wallet or purse so it’s with you anywhere you go.


Monitoring your daily blood glucose

Measuring your blood sugars is an important step in understanding your condition and it is important to monitor these to identify important fluctuations. Daily monitoring can help to tell you whether you need to adjust your insulin dose, or whether it would be helpful to eat something to help balance your sugar levels.

Download this digital monitoring diary and fill it in either digitally or manually after printing. Bring it to your diabetes nurse or doctor, each time you're visiting.

Monitoring Diary
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Living well with diabetes

How to live well with your diabetes?

Understanding your condition is pivotal to living your best life with diabetes.

Download this booklet if you’d like to understand your diabetes better. It gives you clear information about diabetes, as well as what to be mindful of to ensure you keep yourself well and your diabetes well managed.

When your child has diabetes... Diabeasties character

Having diabetes isn’t easy. It can be draining and difficult to understand, especially for your little one.

The Diabeasties are here to help! They won’t be able to take away the inconvenience, but they can support you in explaining and monitoring the condition in a FUN way.

Diabeasties Monitoring Diary

How to keep daily activities for your children fun?

The Diabeasties give you help in the daily monitoring of your young children’s blood glucose levels and insulin dose.

Measuring and keeping track of their levels is really important, it can support you in making adjustments in their insulin doses.

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Diabeasties Learning Game

Teach your children about what’s happening in their body in a playful way. They might wonder why they always have to inject? Why they can’t eat certain things?

The friendly Diabeasties make understanding diabetes easier for young children.

Download this amusing print to explain what’s happening.

The Diabeasties

Diabeasties Explanation book

Explaining diabetes to young children can get a bit technical, which can make it difficult to understand.

Meet The Diabeasties - they’ll help in receiving the message in a way that’s understandable. The language is clear, and the visuals should help grasp their attention.

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Adverse events should be reported
Reporting forms and information can be found at
Adverse events should also be reported to the Sanofi drug safety department on 0800 0902 314.
Alternatively, send via email to

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Date of preparation: May 2021