Often we are asked to compound a formulation developed for a particular patient by a cosmetic physician.
We take special care to ensure our cosmetic products have the right texture. Many customers return to us after trying other compounded products. We provide consumer medicine information sheets about the products we compound and demonstrate how the product is used to optimize it’s performance.
We can compound the following dermatological actives in different bases to suit your patients’ needs according to their allergies, sensitivities and cosmetic preferences with reference to your prescriptive therapeutic target.
♦ Acetyl-D-Glucosamine ♦ Acetyl Hexapeptide ♦ Adenosine ♦ Arnica Flower Tincture ♦ Ascorbic Acid ♦ Ascorbyl Palmitate ♦Azelaic Acid ♦ Benzoyl Peroxide ♦ Clobetasol Propionate ♦ Coenzyme Q10 ♦ Dexamethasone ♦ Ferulic Acid ♦ Folic Acid ♦ Fluocinolone ♦ Glucolactone ♦ Glycolic Acid ♦ Glycosoaminoglycans ♦ Hyaluronic Acid ♦ Hydrocortisone ♦ Hydroquinone ♦ Idebenone ♦ Isosorbide Dintrate ♦ Kojic Acid ♦ Lactic Acid ♦ L-Carnosine ♦ Mandelic Acid ♦ Niacinamide ♦ Oestriol ♦ Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3 ♦ Panthenol ♦ Phenol ♦ Phytic Acid ♦ Phytonodione ♦ Resveratrol ♦ Retinoic Acid ♦ Salicylic Acid ♦ Sepicalm ♦ Sodium Hyaluronate ♦ Sodium-L-Ascorbyl- 2-Phosphate ♦ Sodium Pyrrolidone Carboxylate ♦ Sulphur ♦ Titanium Dioxide ♦ Urea ♦ Witch Hazel Extract
♦ Creams ♦ Gels ♦ Lotion ♦ Ointment ♦ Powder ♦ Serum ♦ Solution ♦Sprays
Call: 02 9389 3168 for formulation advice
HOW TO WRITE A PRESCRIPTION FOR A COMPOUNDED MEDICATION
Generic Name of Ingredient (s)/ Strength or Dose (ie. mg or %)
Dosage form (ie. Capsule, Troche, Transdermal Gel, Suppository, )
Directions for Use
Rx: Hydroquininone 2%, Ascorbic Acid 0.5%, Retinoic Acid 0.01% in Aqueous Cream
Sig: Apply at night. Test patch of skin first mdu