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Lipopen Anhydrous Base

Lipopen Anhydrous Base

Lipopen Anhydrous Base

Mr. Tom Wynn RPh
Mr. Tom Wynn RPh
on behalf of Fagron

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Launch date: 09 Feb 2017
Expiry Date: 09 Feb 2020

Last updated: 16 May 2018

Reference: 168073

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Description

Lipopen Anhydrous is a non-aqueous penetrating vehicle that offers a convenient option when compounding with Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) that are poorly stable in water, or when an anhydrous base is prescribed or desired. Lipopen Anhydrous is creamy, smooth, non-tacky, partially-occlusive and easy to apply. While providing enhanced API penetration, this vehicle quickly absorbs into the skin leaving it powdery soft and free of odor.

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-Discuss the advantages and properties of Lipopen Anhydrous
-Consider possible formulations and uses for Lipopen Anhydrous
Mr. Tom Wynn RPh

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Mr. Tom Wynn RPh
on behalf of Fagron

As a Fagron Academy Compounding Consultant, Mr. Wynn brings over 14 years of compounding experience to the consulting team. He completed his pharmacy studies at the University of Cincinnati and received his Bachelor of Pharmacy. He is currently on faculty at the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy. Mr. Wynn has a compounding focus in HRT, veterinary, and wound care. He has published multiple case studies in areas of wound, pain, and pediatrics. Mr. Wynn has worked in community pharmacy practice setting the majority of his pharmacy career. He brings insight into common problems faced by compounders today.

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