At Border Compounding Pharmacy we create unique medication, skincare and nutraceuticals for specific individuals. We are continuously researching and developing new ideas for medicine and complementary health, and to achieve this we work closely with doctors, dentists, vets, nurses, naturopaths and other health professionals. We can also work with patients who have a product that they can no longer obtain or wish to have a specific medication or personal care product developed for their needs.
Come in and see us at 2/502 Smollett St, Albury and speak to our friendly staff about your health or skincare concern, or if your a little further away, call us on 02 6021 2253. We're here to help.
Our Sweat Free Powder protects against excessive sweating, keeping you dry all day long. We have...
One of nature’s most potent antioxidants in a hyaluronic acid gel base. Formulated with ferulic...
From our Pharmacist Therapeutic Range. Vitamin B12 - A pink- coloured vitamin has been added...
Our Hydroxy Resurfacer (a gentle peel) restores skin by sloughing dead cells, improving hydration and...
Can a compounding pharmacy help with migraines and headaches? Absolutely.
At Border Compounding pharmacy, our pharmacists can combine a number of ingredients and turn them into a gel that can be applied to the first 2 molars on the top gum. You can see from the diagram above this corresponds to the maxillary nerve. By telling this nerve to stop with the pain, you can get it to tell all the other ones in the trigeminal nerve meeting point to stop with the pain too.
The human skin microbiome has been established as being one of the master controls of dermal health. Most people are aware of the presence of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria, but there are other types of organisms present on healthy skin. The biome consists of bacteria, viruses, yeasts and mites.
The main form of mites on the skin are Demodex mites. They reside in the pores of the skin devouring sebum and other dead skin material. There are numerous strains of Demodex mites which vary according to the location they are found. In healthy skin at normal levels, demodex mites appear to release various substances known as immune reactive lipases, which may protect against S.Aureus and S.Pyogenes. Generally, demodex mites are innocuous and inconspicuous - even when their population is excessive. However, in the presence of increased lipid or sebum production or in instances of dermal immunosuppression, demodex mites flourish and start to release inflammatory chemicals. This is believed to be the basis for the inflammation and secondary bacterial infections associated with rosacea and perioral dermatitis.
We would love to keep you up to date with what’s happening in our store and all the new exciting products we are formulating.