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Chemical peels for summer skin damage

Compounded Chemical Peels

With summer coming to an end, many patients will begin to notice sun damage and request treatment to erase or reduce signs of spots and discoloration. While there are a plethora of OTC options available to repair sun damage and other common skin conditions like acne, these rarely meet the needs of patients who may… Read more

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Intravenous NAD Therapy: What Clinicians Should Know

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a coenzyme that plays a crucial role in various metabolic processes, including energy production and DNA repair. Unfortunately, NAD levels decrease as we age, which can decrease overall energy levels. Although NAD is not FDA approved and is regulated as a dietary supplement, some studies and various media outlets have… Read more

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We Do NOT Compound Semaglutide – Here’s Why

Although we mentioned the potential dangers of compounded semaglutide several months ago and have noted that there are several semaglutide alternatives for weight loss, we continue to receive requests to compound semaglutide. Due to reports of adverse events, the FDA has recently issued a statement highlighting concerns about compounded semaglutide, which we’d like to reiterate… Read more

Compounding for Hair Loss Prevention and Regrowth

Although commercially-available prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) hair loss treatments are effective for many patients, they may not provide optimal results for patients with specific needs, such as those experiencing side effects related to the administration route or the presence of certain excipients or because the commercially-available form uses a non-optimal dosage. Any or all of… Read more

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Compounding Peptides: What Prescribers Should Know

Lately, there has been an uptick in patients requesting peptides for performance enhancements and anti-aging therapies. As a pharmacy, we hear from patients regularly that they want injectable peptide therapies, despite having limited knowledge about peptides. Prescribers for these therapies are unknowingly (and knowingly) sourcing compounded peptides, even though there are potential risks associated with… Read more


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