The compounding pharmacist prepares therapies customized for the individual patient for a very wide range of dermatological conditions. Such skin conditions can spell not only physical discomfort but also personal embarrassment to those who suffer them. Working closely with the dermatologist, our compounding physicians prepare both curative and cosmetic medications in a wide variety of formats depending on the needs of the individual client. These include cosmetic creams, powders, sprays for direct application to the skin, as well as a number of different oral formats from flavored wafers to lollipops. Such medications can be applied in cases of:
Acne Acne is a skin condition which results from plugged hair follicles, in the form of oil or dead skin cells.
Athlete's foot A fungal infection that causes itching and burning and begins between the toes.
Moles and aging spots A growth on the skin that appear small and typically brown is caused by pigmentation.
Molluscum contagiosum Though not serious, this viral skin infection can spread through person-to-person body contact or through a contaminated object such as a dirty wet towel.
Pruritus An itching sensation that can result from a variety of skin disorders- it is considered a “severe” itch.
Psoriasis Small bumps with white scales can appear itchy, dry, and perhaps elevated and are somewhat similar to the symptoms of Eczema.
Rosacea An incurable condition that looks similar to a pimple but is red and causes small bumps filled with pus which appear on the face.
Scars Scars can result during the healing process after a wound or injury and can be attributed to a variety of factors including age, the type of wound, size of the wound, etc.
Skin Discoloration Skin discoloration can occur as a result of acne, pigmentation or exposure to the sun.
Vitiligo A chronic, incurable disease which causes the loss of patches of skin color.
Warts A very common disease caused by various strains of the human papillomaviruses and appears as a fleshy bump on the skin.
Numerous delivery formats cover this wide range of skin conditions. When either necessary or convenient, constituent medications can be combined to simplify the application of the medication. All additional substances that may be utilized to improve transdormal absorption of the effective medication are chosen from the USP approved list. Our compounding pharmacists commonly prepare medications are developed by the dermatologist for special cases as well as the familiar medications known to dermatologists through their special training.
Topical Anesthetics To Treat Various Dermatological Conditions
Topical anesthetics are utilized and applied for the management and control of pain and itching. Generally, in the case of a patient with minor burns, bites, cuts, scratches or sunburn, a topical anesthetic can be used. Such anesthetics numb the sensation in thenerves. Most anesthetics are available over-the-counter as well as by prescription. We offer a variety of medications including compounded anesthetics in the form of gels, creams, and more.
Medications to Treat Dermatological Conditions
We can make topical solutions, gels, creams or lotions of the following:
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