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Derma Creme for Horse


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Derma Creme for Horse 100 GRAMS

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Derma Creme Skin Care For Horses

Designed for horses, Derma Creme is cortisone and antibiotic-free topical skin care treatment. This easy-to-use topical application helps stallions in a variety of skin conditions.

Derma Creme promotes cleaner skin by removing scales and crusts. It soothes cracked and scaly skin irritations. This application moisturizes dry skin, relieves itching and supports skin regeneration.

How it works?

Derma Creme is composed of different components including Ictasol, glycol, propylene, carbomer and sodium hydroxide. Ictasol relieves itching and soothes dry skin; glycol and propylene work as hydrating agents and helps cracked, scaly skin. When combined together, all the active agents aid horses in variety of skin conditions.

Key Benefits
  • Helpful in a variety of skin conditions
  • Composed with premium ingredients
  • Provides soothing affects for scaly and cracked skin irritations
  • Remove scales and crusts
  • Moisturizes dry skin
  • Relieves itching
  • Helps skin regeneration
  • Free from cortisone and antibiotics
  • Cleanse sclaes and crusts on pet's skin where Derma Creme needs to be applied
  • Use pet shampooto clean pet's skin. Cut long hair if required
  • Let the application site get dry and pay attention while dab drying wounds
  • Gently apply Derma Cream on pet's skin
  • Use Derma Creme 1-2 times a day or as recommended by the veterinarian
  • For topical use only
  • Wear gloves while using
  • Don't store above 25°C or under 5°C for long hours
  • Keep away from reach of children and pets
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Target species Horses
Mode of administration Topical
Active ingredients Ictasol (pale sulfonated shale oil) 4g/100g, propylene, glycol, sodium hydroxide, carbomer, aqua
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Works well

Best for skin related issues in horses.

May 29, 2023

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