Basics of compounding: tips and hints, Part 3: compounding with ointments, creams, pastes, gels, and gel-creams

Allen, L.V.

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 18(3): 228-230

2014


ISSN/ISBN: 1092-4221
PMID: 25306771
Accession: 051761107

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Abstract
This article represents the third in a series of articles on tips and hints ofcompounding. In this issue, we will discuss some tips and hints for the compounding of ointments, creams, pastes, gels, and gel-creams. For clarification, a gel-cream is a cream in which the external aqueous phase has been thickened using a gelling agent; the advantage is a more stable cream.