Complete Pharmacy & Compounding Solutions
Skincare compounding solutions for all skin types
Even though our skin regenerates every 28 days, everyday life can take a toll on skin health. There are 300 million reasons why maintaining proper balance and hydration of the skin is important to overall well-being – some lie beneath its surface.
Our compounding professionals can prepare individualized therapies for a numerous dermatologic problems. Our compounding pharmacists continue to improve both the aesthetic and therapeutic aspects of customized medications, offering alternatives and advantages for dermatology. We can compound medications with cosmetically appealing bases, and options that are non-comedogenic, hypoallergenic, oil-free, paraben-free and petrolatum-free. Other options include topical sprays and powders, as well as customized oral dosage forms (such as flavored troches or lozenges) and various preparations for other routes of administration.
Reduce the Downtime of
The popularity of medical practices and aesthetic therapies that promote healthier skin and reduce the signs of aging is no surprise. To some, after they experience these types of procedures or the use of certain chemicals, the skin goes through a shedding process or rejuvenation that can cause discomfort.
To promote healing from these procedures, and to provide continuous protection from unhealthy air and sun exposure, we also offer dermatology compounding products that are very effective in halting and even reversing the effects of sun exposure and aging skin.
Common treatments and uses for compounding in Dermatology:
- Athlete’s foot & Common nail infections/removal
- Chemical Peels
- Treating pigmentation
- Scarring & Keloids
- Topical Anesthetics
- Skin Aging
- Alternative to common Brand dermatology medications
Dermatology compounding drugs can be combined into a single dosage form to simplify a medication administration schedule and improve compliance. We commonly prepare unique formulations that physicians develop to meet specific needs of their patient population, or “tried and true” formulas acquired during medical training.