Need your Prescription Delivered?
We ship your prescription within 24 hours of receipt, during normal business hours.
Your problems are our problems and we create solutions. Compounding Pharmacy Beverly Hills is dedicated to proper compounding and unique formulations and their delivery systems.
We utilize Compounding Principles to:
Creating customized strengths
Combining active ingredients
Preparing special formulations
Compounding drugs no
longer commercially available
"We turn Problems into Solutions!"
We are glad to answer all your questions and consult on the proper use of the compounded medications. For your convenience, we offer free local delivery and free delivery through.
Califonial by US Service (usually fulfilled on the same day as ordered).
We value our customers experience at The Compounding Pharmacy of Beverly Hills
A compounding pharmacy provides custom formulated medications for patients when commercial drugs cannot meet their specific needs. A licensed pharmacist will alter, mix, or combine ingredients of a drug to create a unique formula based on patients’ needs and preferences.
We are proud to offer compounded medications in the following areas: pain management, hormone therapy, podiatry, dermatology, pediatrics, veterinary medicine, flu shots, proprietary formulations (Magic Mouthwash, Butt Balm, female and male orgasmic dysfunction).
We are open Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm.
Yes! We offer free local delivery and free shipping throughout California.
No. Due to the number of pharmaceutical preparations we can create, we don’t advertise an exhaustive list. Give us a call and we’ll let you know if it’s available.
We provide a universal claim form for you to submit to the insurance company for reimbursement.
Yes. A prescription order from your physician is required for the pharmacist to compound your medication.
A compounding pharmacist can customize your medication by its form (for example, create a liquid if you don’t like pills), the flavor of the medication so it’s not a bother to take it, the dosage (for example, combining two dosages into one), and excluding non-essential ingredients (like dyes or additives).