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Dermatology Compounding

Along with the help from your dermatologist, we can help rejuvenate your skin

Compounding is the art of preparing a customized medication for a specific patient's need.

  • Dye-free medication
  • Dosage form change, from capsule to a liquid
  • Unavailable or discontinue commercial medication
  • Custom mixture of two or more ingredients
  • Custom formulation
We offer formulations to help with skin conditions such as Psoriasis and Eczema in XemaTop™ and VersaBase® creams and in WO6® Anhydrous gel.
We offer formulations to help with burns; they contain Aloe Vera and other ingredients to help with the pain.
We offer several different type of formulations for itchy skin.  Redness or itchy skin can be caused by many different factors, however, we most commonly see it as a result of bug bites. We have a solution for you and those itchy bug bites. Contact us today for more information regarding our itch killer!
Our acne formulations are typically prescribed in PCCA's Clarifying™ base developed specifically for acne and Rosacea.
Scar Therapy
Our scar therapy formulations contain PCCA's PracaSil® plus base, and a special green tea extract powder that may help with scar therapy.
Hair Loss
We offer formulations that are designed to help with hair loss. Our formulations all contain Minoxidil and other active pharmaceutical ingredients that the physician may choose to add. These come in different forms from topical solutions to topical gels.
Warts/Molluscum Contagiosum
We compound topical formulations for warts and molluscum contagiosums. Our active pharmaceutical ingredients and forms vary; consider talking with your doctor on the best treatment for you.
Nail Fungal Solutions
Our staff can compound Mycostat, which is a mixture of several API's in a solution for fungal infections on the nail bed.

Compounding Q&A

Q: What is compounding?
Q: How does compounding benefit me?
Q: Can my child (or my elderly patient) take compounded medications?
Q: What types of prescriptions can be compounded?
Q: Will my insurance cover compounded medications?
Q: Is compounding expensive?
Q: Is compounding legal? Is it safe?
Q: Does my doctor know about compounding?