Dermatology: Compounded Topical Anesthetics in Cosmetic Numbing Procedures

Dermatology: Compounded Topical Anesthetics in Cosmetic Numbing Procedures

Author: Bob Brensel | President, Pharmacist | ScriptWorks

Bob Brensel, RPh, earned his Pharmacy Degree at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California in 1980. He was honored as a student with the Longs Drugs Stores, “Outstanding Intern Scholarship” in 1977. Read More →

One of the specialties at ScriptWorks is to create combinations of topical anesthetics for Cosmetic Numbing Procedures.

An example is our Lidocaine 23%/Tetracaine Ointment which may be used in Medical Microneedling, known as In Mode Morpheus 8® procedures


What are Morpheus 8® Procedures?

In Mode Morpheus 8® procedures utilize small punctures in the skin to promote a collagen-stimulating healing process. Microneedling is a method of addressing wrinkles, acne scars, stretch marks, and large pore size as well as skin rejuvenation.

Plastic Surgeons, Dermatologists, and Medical Day Spas often call on ScriptWorks to make local anesthetic gels or ointments to reduce pain.

The topical numbing agent compound can be applied before the procedure starts or after a light “rolling” with the microneedling device.

ScriptWorks also makes combinations of topical anesthetics for different types of topical laser procedures such as Mona Lisa Touch® procedures often performed by OB/GYNs.

Topical Pain Medication may be what you (or your patients) need to address chronic and acute conditions like Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Diabetic Neuropathy, Fibromyalgia, Gout, and more without potential side effects.

Why Do Dermatologists and Other Practitioners Prefer ScriptWorks Topical Formulas?

ScriptWorks is not like most compounding pharmacies. ScriptWorks utilizes a high-tech dual asymmetric centrifugal mixer for all topical products. We follow mixing by using an Exakt Ointment Mill to produce a truly elegant preparation of creams, ointments or gels.

High-Tech Dual Asymmetric Centrifugal Mixer for Topical Anesthetics and More
Exakt Ointment Mill for Topical Anesthetics and More
Compounded Ointment /Cream Products at ScriptWorks

Topical Anesthetics and More at ScriptWorks Pharmacy

Patients interested in compounded pain medications should consult their healthcare providers to discuss the potential benefits and to determine if this option is appropriate for their condition.

Ensure that the medication is prepared correctly and safely by choosing a PCAB-accredited compounding pharmacy. Get in touch with California’s most trusted compounding pharmacy, ScriptWorks, today to find out more about what we do and how we may help you.


ScriptWorks’ Topical Anesthetic

We make it easy for CA medical practitioners to prescribe pain medications for their patients. Simply fax in our easy to use form, with desired medications options selected.

Why Does PCAB Accreditation Matter?

Being PCAB accredited sets ScriptWorks apart by ensuring that our compounding pharmacy adheres to the highest standards of quality and safety. This prestigious accreditation means that our lab meets rigorous criteria for cleanliness, precision, and regulatory compliance, which translates into superior-quality medications for our patients. Our commitment to these standards guarantees that each compounded medication is prepared with the utmost care, using the best practices and state-of-the-art equipment.

As a result, patients and practitioners can trust that our medications are safe- made at the highest standards, reflecting our dedication to excellence in pharmaceutical compounding.

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