Personalized Medications for Dermatology Patients
The Look and Feel of our Skin is Important to Us
Dermatology skin challenges can happen to all of us. Some common skin issues include:
- Molluscum Contagiosum
- Nail Infections
- Photoaged Skin/Wrinkles
- Plantar Warts/Warts
These skin issues pop up, seemingly overnight, and a trip to the dermatologist is required to learn more about the cause and what may be the solution.
What is Needed is not Always Available
Commercially available skin medications are not always appropriate for all patients. Some patients have sensitivities to inactive ingredients, or perhaps the product your doctor wants to prescribe is not currently available due to a manufacturing shortage.
Sometimes a dermatologist will want a patient to use a strength that is higher or lower than what is currently available on the market. Furthermore, the best medication for your specific situation may need 3-5 active ingredients mixed together into one product.
Personalized medication compounding could be your solution. Rx3’s experienced pharmaceutical compounding professionals create customized therapies to combat the vast array of dermatology conditions.
Medicated Skin Care Alternatives
Rx3 Compounding Pharmacy’s team works closely with patients and their dermatologist to come up with the best solutions on how to overcome a variety of skin conditions.
Our compounding pharmacists improve both the aesthetic and therapeutic characteristics of individually customized medications, providing alternatives and unique advantages to what is commercially available.
We precisely compound medications into cosmetically appealing topical creams, ointments, lotions, sprays, and powders.
No two patients are exactly the same, which is why one-size-fits-all medicine simply doesn’t always work.
Our certified pharmaceutical compounding professionals each hold years of experience, and our compounding methods have been tested over and over to ensure accuracy and precision for our patients.
Contact one of our highly trained pharmacists to learn more about how custom compounded dermatology medications may benefit you.