Novel drug delivery system which uses gel matrices to keep active compounds stable during storage, yet efficient in delivery to the target site in the skin. Additionally, it is possible for a protective layer to form on the skin's surface to prevent material transfer from preparation to other places, including other subjects such as young children, and hence increasing the safety of its use.
This delivery system takes advantage of the most recently formulated materials which can transport the active compounds at a higher rate and in amounts less harmful to the skin.
Targeted topical delivery system for various active pharmaceutical ingredients which has the physico-chemical characteristic suited for topical application and demonstrates effectiveness in interfering with the development of skin diseases, including psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. The system places molecules to the specified skin layers to exert effects for a controlled period of time.