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Dr Seidel Shampoo with chlorhexidine and ketoconazole for dogs and cats

DERMAPHARM AG

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Dr Seidel Shampoo with chlorhexidine and ketoconazole for dogs and cats 220 ml

Characteristics

Dr Seidel Shampoo with chlorhexidine and ketoconazole for dogs and cats:



Specialized concentrated shampoo for animal skin care during the treatment of skin inflammation caused by: infections with gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and fungal infections (including yeast). It also helps reduce itching. Contains mild cleaning agents. Contains no dyes or fragrances. Shampoo intended for: dogs and cats.



Dr Seidel Shampoo with chlorhexidine and ketoconazole for dogs and cats Indications



The shampoo is intended for skin care during the treatment of inflammation caused by: infections with gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria; fungal infections (including yeast). For dogs and cats. For other animals - only if recommended by a doctor.



Dr Seidel Shampoo with chlorhexidine and ketoconazole for dogs and cats Ingredients



Chlorhexidine - a substance used in medical medicine since 1957 due to its effectiveness. Content in shampoo 3%. Its mechanism of action is based on the affinity for negative ions of the bacterial cell membrane, which is why it has a stronger effect on G(+) bacteria (e.g. Staphylococcus intermedius) than on G(-) bacteria. Due to its bipolar molecular structure, it has a prolonged bactericidal effect. It is also highly effective in eliminating fungal infections, including yeast (e.g. Malassezia pachydermatis). It has no irritating properties and is non-toxic.

Application:

Brush your pet before bathing. Wet the skin and fur thoroughly with lukewarm water. Spread the shampoo, massaging vigorously until foam is created. Leave for 5-10 minutes. Then rinse thoroughly. Repeat the steps. Protect the animal's ears, eyes and muzzle when bathing. In case of skin problems, consult the frequency and method of use with your veterinarian.