We can compound specialty medications including: 

Skin Peels 

Skin Bleaching Creams 

Topical Anesthetics 

Bio-Cosmetic Creams

Natural Estrogen Anti Wrinkle Face Creams                      

Spider Vein Creams  

Post Laser Surgery Medications

Unique Acne Medications

Fever Blister Medications

Spider Vein Creams

Wart Medications

Eczema Products

Baldness Solutions

Contact Allergic and Dermatitis Products

Antifungal  Compounds

Radiation/Chemotherapy Burn Compounds

Diaper Rash Compounds

Nail Fungus Topical Solutions

Anti Aging Anti-Wrinkle Skin Care Creams 

Skin Cancer   Treatments       

Psorasis Medication  

Sunburn Medication

Nail Fungus Topical Solutions


Custom Compounding for Rosacea and Contact Dermatitis

Rosacea is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease usually seen on the face. The disorder produces small, red bumps which are actually pus-filled pustules. These lead to a general redness and swelling in the face. Rosacea is often mistaken for skin allergies, acne, contact dermatitis, or eczema, and so it often doesn’t receive the proper treatment and gets worse over time. Contact dermatitis is an itchy, red rash that can appear on the face and may cause inflammation, but it is caused by something acute, such as contact with cosmetics, jewelry, perfumes, soaps, and poisonous vegetation like poison ivy or poison oak. Both rosacea and contact dermatitis are inflammatory dermatoses, skin diseases that cause inflammation. Custom compounding is very useful in the treatment of inflammatory dermatoses. This is because compounded topical medications can be made to suit the specific needs of the user, and may contain both anti-inflammatories and other medications. NADH, the reduced form of beta-nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, is one such component that can be used for its antioxidative properties in ointments. Topical use of 1 percent NADH in compounded prescriptions can be extremely effective for treatment of contact dermatitis and rosacea. Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3 made in the body. It is very useful in the treatment of rosacea as an assistive component with other active ingredients, including benzoyl peroxide, DMAE, metronidazole, and sodium hyaluronate.

Compounded Prescriptions for Eczema, Psoriasis, and Scalp Seborrheic Dermatitis

Eczema is a chronic kind of skin swelling or dermatitis that is painful, itchy, and unsightly. It may be influenced by allergies, heredity, skin irritations, and stress. Psoriasis is also a chronic problem, but it is an autoimmune disease of the skin that causes red, scaly patches or plaques, most frequently around the buttocks, ears, elbows, genitals, knees, navel, and scalp. Experts believe psoriasis has a genetic component and that excessive consumption of alcohol, mental stress, smoking, and withdrawal of systemic corticosteroid medications may worsen the condition. Both eczema and psoriasis can be stressful and embarrassing for patients, as they are unsightly in addition to the physical discomfort they produce. Scalp seborrheic dermatitis includes basic dandruff and cradle cap. Compounding pharmacists can help patients with each of these issues. Topical pyrithione zinc-based compounds are effective in the treatment of scalp seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff, with no reduction in effectiveness even when used for extended periods of time. Topical clobetasol propionate has been proven effective in the treatment of psoriasis, and can be compounded for use in lotions, creams, shampoos, or sprays, as well as the more traditional ointment. Both psoriasis and eczema can be helped with topical prescriptions containing vitamin B12. Methotrexate, used in chemotherapy, is far more easily tolerated when applied topically; in this form it is effective against psoriasis. And compounds containing both salicylic acid and tacrolimus ointment are more effective in the treatment of plaque psoriasis than is salicylic acid alone.

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