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Dermatology Compounding

Feel Confident in Your Skin

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Don't Put Your Skin on the Back Burner.

As the body’s largest and most visible organ, we know how important skin is. But we also know that it’s often an afterthought for many...until there is a major issue that can’t be ignored. Our compounding team is here to help you treat skin concerns right away.

Skin needs care from day one. From a pregnant woman with stretch marks and a baby with diaper rash to teenagers with acne and adults with wrinkles, we’re here to help. We will work closely with doctor to prepare a personalized treatment plan for you that will address these concerns the right way, right away.

Rejuvenate Your Skin, Outside and In.

Do you fight acne that just won’t clear up? Scars that still haven’t faded? Not ready for wrinkles to tell strangers your age? Psoriasis buildup driving you up the wall? No matter the skin condition you’re battling, you aren’t the only one!

We can compound solutions to get you back to feeling comfortable — and confident — in your skin again. The conditions we address range from acne, burns, and scars to cold sores, eczema, warts, and much more.


Along with compounding solutions for medications that are no longer commercially available, we can also create medications in cosmetically-appealing topical creams, sprays, or powders; changing the form into an oral dosing method is also often an option.

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First Comes Wounds, Second Comes Scars

When there is a wound, a scar is soon to follow — it's a natural part of the healing process as a way to build strength around the broken tissue. The time that it takes to heal varies by wound and by person, and over-the-counter medicines can help the process by keeping bacteria out.

But OTC options are not very effective at getting rid of the scar once the wound is healed. Compounding, however, can help during the healing process as well as help address inflammation, pain, and discoloration of the scar. Whether you're facing a surgical scar, burn, stretch mark, or something else, compounding may be the solution for you.

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