Glycolic Acid, Kojic Acid, Jessner’s Solution, and Trichloroacetic Acid in customized
Chemical peeling with kojic acid, glycolic acid, and trichloroacetic acid, alone or in
combination, are available for treatment of hyperpigmentations. Research has
concluded that dermatologists should have a choice of formulations to satisfy individual
3 A controlled chemical peel technique using 70% glycolic acid gel combined with 40%
TCA has give consistently good results on the skin of the neck, chest, arms, hands,
back, and other non-facial skin
Retinoic Acid, Hydroquinone, Hydrocortisone,alone or in any combination
Photo aging Skin
Alpha Lipoic Acid Cream
Topical Numbing Products for Restylane, Laser Hair Removal & Permanent Makeup
These procedures can be very painful without proper anesthetic coverage!
For smaller areas, such as injection of fillers:
Lidocaine LA 30% in Lipoderm base. This base is a more cosmetic pluronic lecithin
base for good drug delivery. It also contains Phenylephrine 0.1% to contain the area of
effect. It is easily washed from face, unlike petrolatum-based preparations.
For larger areas, such as laser hair removal/thermage:
Lidocaine/HC 16/1% in Lipoderm base.
Phenylephrine may be omitted from formula if requested.
Unit-dose packaging, shipped directly to your patients’ home or your office (patient
specific prescription is required).
“The rapid proliferation of laser and cosmetic procedures has made adequate analgesia
necessary for patient comfort and tolerability of optimal treatment settings necessary for
maximal results.” The ideal topical anesthetic would have a rapid onset of activity and a
high safety profile. Triple anesthetic “BLT” gel (benzocaine, lidocaine, and tetracaine)
“containing permeation enhancers can provide effective cutaneous anesthesia as early
as 15 minutes after application without occlusion.”1 Use of topical vitamin K cream after
laser treatment can reduce the severity of bruising.2
BLT- Benzocaine/Lidocaine/Tetracaine gel (various strengths made to order)
Lidocaine 30% Cream