Hydroquinone Cream for Skin Lightening

One of the most common ingredients found in skin lightening creams is hydroquinone. This ingredient is frequently used by dermatologists to treat a variety of skin conditions. How Does Hydroquinone Work? Hydroquinone slows melanin production in areas where pigmentation has become darker than a person’s normal skin tone. It does this by inhibiting the enzyme tyrosinase, which is needed to make melanin. The decrease in melanin from the medication lightens…
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4-Aminopyridine (4-AP)

Some medications with brand names cost a significant amount more than generic compounds. A perfect example of this is 4-aminopyridine (also called 4-AP or dalfampridine) – a medication used to improve walking ability and motor skills in people with multiple sclerosis. The brand name version of this medication is called Ampyra and a one-month supply is about seven times the cost of the dalfampridine we compound at our pharmacy. This…
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Scream Cream for Female Sexual Enhancement

Scream Cream enhances female sexual satisfaction by improving ease of stimulation and increasing the intensity of orgasms. Unlike the pill that was being labeled as the “female Viagra,” which worked on chemicals in the brain, Scream Cream actually works in a similar way to the popular male medication by improving blood flow to the genitals. What is in Scream Cream? Scream Cream contains sildenafil 3% and nitroglycerin 0.2%. It is…
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Compounded Treatment Options for Anal Fissures

An anal fissure is a tear in the anus that can result from bowel problems like passing hard stools, constipation, and chronic diarrhea. They can also result from anal sex, rectal examination, or other trauma to the anus. Certain inflammatory bowel conditions like Crohn’s disease make a person more susceptible to having anal fissures. They are a fairly common condition frequently seen by colon and rectal surgeons and gastroenterologists. Symptoms…
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Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are one of the most common treatments performed by dermatologists and aestheticians. They can provide excellent results in a short time frame and are highly customizable. Peels are available with different ingredients based on an individual’s skin concerns and skin type. They can be made stronger or weaker depending on the severity of the skin problem and the patient’s tolerance level. Dermatologists are also able to have chemical…
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What Are the Symptoms of Low Progesterone?

Should you be concerned about low progesterone? If you are in your childbearing years then healthy progesterone levels are especially important. Progesterone is crucial in getting pregnant and continues to play a role in maintaining a pregnancy. When not enough progesterone is being produced in a woman’s body it may be beneficial to boost levels of this essential hormone with a pill, cream, or suppository. How do you know if…
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Bone Grafting for Dental Implants

At Woodland Hills Compounding Pharmacy we make a variety of specially compounded products for dentists. Our topical anesthetics are used at dental offices throughout the country including our popular “Baddest Topical in Town.” We also compound bone binders that work in combination with other products to help natural bone reformation. They are used by dentists for different bone grafting procedures including alveolar ridge preservation grafts. Compound Bone Binders Calcium sulfate…
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Progesterone and Hormone Therapy

What is Progesterone? Progesterone is a hormone that plays an important part in pregnancy and the menstrual cycle. The level of progesterone in a woman’s body varies from day to day and even throughout the day. Levels of this hormone are highest in women of childbearing age and should increase during the menstrual cycle after the ovaries release an egg. The uterus will thicken in response to the production of…
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Brewer Protocol and Biotoxin Illness

Brewer Protocol and Biotoxin Illness In our last blog we talked about the Shoemaker Protocol, which is one method of treating biotoxin illness associated with exposure to mycotoxins. In this blog we’re going to talk about an alternative called the Brewer Protocol. Developed by Dr. Joseph Brewer and his colleagues, this protocol focuses on the colonization of bacteria in the sinus cavities. According to Dr. Brewer’s research this is the…
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Shoemaker Protocol and Biotoxin Illness

Dr. Richie Shoemaker is one of the leading physicians and researchers studying illness related to mold exposure. He has written extensively on how mold exposure contributes to a range of health problems including CIRS. His website and books are the go-to resources for anyone suffering from biotoxin illness as well as for medical professionals treating the condition. Certification in the Shoemaker Protocol is available to doctors through survivingmold.com, which is…
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