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 from them. Working closely with the dermatologist, our compounding pharmacists 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:

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 transdermal absorption of the effective medication are chosen from the USP (United States Pharmacopeia) approved list. Our compounding pharmacists commonly prepare medications which 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 the nerves. 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

Our compounding pharmacists works together with you’re dermatologist to provide customized medications including.

Contact Fusion Apothecary today to ask or learn more about a pharmaceutical solution custom suited for your dermatological condition.

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