Therapeutic Dermatology

What is Dermatology?

Dermatology is the branch of medicine that deals with skin, hair, and nails. It includes the treatment of diseases in these parts of the body and cosmetic procedures to help improve your appearance.

What Are the Benefits of Therapeutic Dermatology?

Belmar prepares several types of therapeutic dermatology solutions: 

Facial treatments designed to:

  • Improve moisture, elasticity, and firmness in skin of all ages
  • Even out skin tone
  • Help fade age spots, freckles, and darkened areas that can occur as a side effect of some medications

Skin medications used to treat:

  • Acne
  • Eczema
  • Allergic reactions such as those to poison oak, poison ivy, and sumac
  • Dermatitis
  • Urticaria
  • Psoriasis

Compound medications to treat hair loss in both men and women.

Antifungal formulations to treat fungal nail infections.
These nail infections can appear on hands and feet but are most common on toenails. They usually begin as a few white spots, and can gradually make your nails thick, brittle, and discolored.

Who May Benefit From Therapeutic Dermatology?

Anyone who has any of the conditions listed above or who is concerned about ageing gracefully may benefit from therapeutic dermatology.


Who Should Avoid It?

Our compounded therapies can be highly effective, but it’s always important to talk to your doctor about whether a particular medication is right for you. Be sure to discuss any current health conditions and your medical history so your doctor can recommend the best choice for you.

Belmar’s Dermatology Medication Solutions

The following medication solutions currently fall within our bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) formulary:

  • Vitamin C/ Hyaluronic Acid
  • Collatide
  • Collatide/ Estriol/ Vitamin C
  • Hydroquinone and Hydroquinone Combinations
  • Niacinamide/ Metronidazole
  • Ketotifen
  • Naltrexone HCl/ Diphenhydramine HCl/ Zinc Pyrithione
  • Zinc Pyrithione/ Clobetasol Propionate/ Cyanocobalamin
  • Azelaic Acid/ Clindamycin
  • Clindamycin/ Tretinoin
  • Niacinamide
  • Erythromycin
  • Clindamycin/ Erythromycin Topical Suspension
  • Itraconazole/ Ibuprofen
  • Ketoconazole
  • Minoxidil Combinations
  • Estradiol/ Finasteride/ Melatonin/ Spironolactone

Common Dosage Forms of Dermatological Medications

At Belmar, our expert pharmacists compound dermatological medications in a variety of dosage forms to suit specific conditions and individual patient preferences. These include:

  • Serum
  • Creams
  • Topical Gel
  • Topical Foam
  • Clarifying Base
  • Xema Top Base
  • DMSO Nail Solution

Learn More About Therapeutic Dermatology

If you’re dealing with or concerned about one of the conditions listed above, visit our Conditions page to find resources and guides to help you discuss compounding solutions with your doctor.

If you’re a clinician who’s interested in prescribing compound medications for your patients, visit our Treatment Options page to find a formulary and learn more about the solutions Belmar offers.

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If you’re a patient, we’re here to help you fill prescriptions or provide you the information you need to work with your doctor to help decide if a compounded prescription might be a good treatment for you.

Prescribers, for a complete formulary or access to our clinical resources fill out the form below and one of our Solutions Engineers will be in touch shortly. If you are new to compounding, you may also find our page on How to Write a Compounding Prescription helpful.


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