are patches a worthwhile alternative to pills?
Freckles. Not just with fair-skinned people. They make their bearer an individual, and very likable.
Each fingerprint exists only once and cannot be copied. Our skin makes each of us unique.
Nature has endless variety and facets. What it doesn’t have are set ways and rigid templates.
The year 1991 gives us Michael Jackson’s hymn to humanity: “It doesn’t matter if you’re black or white!”
The skin holds everything together—bones, muscles, tendons.
It forms the body’s silhouette.
Injuries, cuts or cracks: the skin is able to compensate for a lot. What remains are the scars.
Strong and yet vulnerable: our skin is sensitive, flexible and extremely adaptable.
Sweating regulates our body temperature. It serves to hydrate the skin and provides an acid protective layer.
Our skin has to withstand so much, and support us at the same time. Depending on the situation, it is highly elastic, or it returns to its original shape.
The skin transports and shows feelings. It responds to temperature, but also to our mental state, and it gives them expression.
The skin experiences so much, and expresses it too. It is our contact to the outside over a period of many decades.
Touching is essential. Skin is the medium. Our skin is our largest contact organ.
Worldwide there are currently 20 medical compounds that can be delivered transdermally, in that they are administered through the skin. LTS currently processes 12 of these active substances in their transdermal therapeutic systems (TTS) known as transdermal patches, which make medication so much easier for patients.
Join us on a journey into the world of transdermal patches and oral thin films.
Human beings are creatures of habit. We sometimes have our difficulties with new options. This is perhaps one reason why transdermal patches and films are not as well-known as they should be. We would like to invite you to explore the possibilities.
In our blog you will find answers to these and more questions, along with articles on various topics relating to active substances that can enter the body transdermally.
We want to help you to be well informed. Only somebody who is well informed can make the right decisions. And today, especially in the health sector, this is enormously important.
are drug delivery systems that are applied directly to the skin. The active substance is absorbed by the skin and distributed through the body via the bloodstream.
are loaded with active substances. The Thin films are taken orally and dissolve immediately in the mouth or are applied to the mucosa. For transmucosal films, the active substance enters the bloodstream directly via the oral mucosa, without having to first pass through the gastrointestinal tract.