The “Patchless Patch”
Pavilion Compounding Pharmacy is pleased to announce our new base incorporating the latest thinking in customized pharmacy compounding.
We refer to this base as the “Patchless Patch,” an innovative film-forming gel. This base forms a film using natural polymers and provides excellent adhesive properties. Once Occlusaderm® is applied, although water soluble, it is impermeable and oil-resistant.
Occlusaderm® can be used as a base by itself or as an ingredient in a formula. Used alone, a film is formed on the skin which can then be “peeled” off. Using this technology combined with other bases and we have properties aiding in the penetration of active pharmaceutical ingredients to our current bases.
Many drugs can be incorporated into Occlusaderm® and many disease states will benefit from the unique properties of Pavilion Compounding Pharmacy’s newest base. Some of the uses for this base are listed below:
1. Numbing creams
2. Facial Masks
3. Acne Preparations
4. Skin whitening formulas
5. Scar preparations
6. Wound Care
7. Hair Growth
I am including a couple of formulas to illustrate the practical uses for Occlusaderm®:
A) Topical Anesthetic: Lidocaine 7%/Tetracaine 7%
B) Facial Peel: with 5% tretinoin
C) Acne Treatment: with 5% Benzoyl Peroxide
D) Rosacea treatment: with Niacinamide 5%/Glysoaminoglycans 5%/Dimethyl Sulfone 2%/Biotin 0.2% topical cream
E) Radiation Burn: ketoprofen 2%/lidocaine 2%/aloe vera 0.2%/phenytoin 2% topical cream (Occlusaderm®)
F) Eczema/Psoriasis: zinc pyrithione .2%/clobetasol propionate 0.05%/cyanocobalamin 0.07%
G) Skin Lightening Spot Treatment: hydroquinone 8% film forming gel
H) Neuropathic Pain Management: Ketoprofen 10%/Gabapentin 6%/ Amitriptyline 2% using 40% Occlusaderm® mixed with Lipoderm® our transdermal topical cream for penetration and occlusive characteristics
I) Wound Care: Amikacin/vancomycin/clindamycin
Pavilion Compounding Pharmacy is dedicated to providing our patients and providers with the lastest, greatest innovations, in pharmaceutical compounding, thus expanding treatment options for a customized approach to patient care.
Call us for formula ideas and suggestions at 404-350-5780 for this and other treatment options from our vast resources and knowledge base. We look forward to your calls.