What is Dermatology?

From the moment we are born, our skin is the first line of defense against the outside world. It is an organ that requires careful study and attention if we are to keep it healthy and at its best. Dermatology is the branch of medicine dedicated to the study and care of the skin, and our practitioners are dedicated to understanding the complexities and unique needs of this essential organ. From treating ailments to preventing them, dermatology is a vital part of our healthcare system and a cornerstone of modern medicine. With a deep understanding of the skin, dermatologists are devoted to helping us look and feel our best.

What are the Benefits of Medicated and Therapeutic Dermatology?

Our compounded dermatology products are designed to take care of your skin and nails. Additionally, as you age, proper skin treatments can be vital to preventing serious diseases, such as skin cancer, and addressing common concerns like pigmentation, acne, and wrinkles.

Who May Benefit from Medicated/Therapeutic Dermatology and Who Should Avoid It?

Anyone who is suffering from serious to common skin issues such as acne, rosacea, psoriasis/eczema, warts, nail fungus, flakiness, and aging may benefit from our dermatology treatments. It is important to discuss any treatment recommendation with your doctor to determine if it is the right fit for you.


Our Treatments

Rushmore Compounding supplies a list of topical medications for skin issues including acne, warts, nail fungus, Rosacea, Psoriasis, Eczema, and others. Talk to a pharmacist for more information.


Potential Side Effects

Below is a list of potential side effects of dermatology treatments:

  • Rash
  • Itchiness
  • Loss of skin pigmentation
  • Abnormal peeling of the skin
  • Stinging sensations

If you begin to experience any of these listed side effects, reach out to your doctor as soon as possible. It is important to closely monitor any reactions.

How do I Get Started?

Simply Contact Us for more information. We can work directly with your dermatologist or doctor for any needed prescriptions.