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Benefits
  • • Provides relief from itching and inflammation
    • Skin barrier restored
    • Fragrance free and soap-free
    • Moisturizes
    • Soothes & hydrates
    • Balances skin microflora

Douxo® Calm PS Micro-Emulsion Spray

Douxo
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Product Information

Douxo® Calm PS Micro-Emulsion Spray has been developed for the management of pruritus and inflammation associated with allergic conditions. Douxo® Calm PS Micro-Emulsion Spray contains three ingredients which help to manage irritations, restore skin barrier and control the local flora. The micro-emulsion Spray technology allows for the actives to mix into the surface lipidic film for an optimal diffusion and persistence, without leaving the hair wet or sticky.


Douxo® Calm PS Shampoo and Douxo® Calm PS Mousse also available to compliment your protocol.

Active Ingredients

phytosphingosine salicloyl 0.05%

Developed For

Cat, Dog

Product Benefits

• Provides relief from itching and inflammation
• Skin barrier restored
• Fragrance free and soap-free
• Moisturizes
• Soothes & hydrates
• Balances skin microflora

Usage Guidelines

Brush the pet's hair against the natural fur line, then spray the product by holding the pump approximately 12 inches from the pet's body, thus dispensing the product over the targeted area. The product will disperse naturally, do not over apply. Dosage: 1 spray per 10lbs body weight. Dosage may be doubled for long-haired breeds.
May be used as part of a management plan as recommended by your veterinarian.


Cautions
Keep out of reach of children. For external use on dogs and cats only. Avoid contact with the eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly and consult your veterinarian. If irritation occurs or increases, discontinue use and consult with your veterinarian.