Vetericyn® VF Plus Hydrogel Spray is a next-generation wound and skin care solution designed to improve all phases of wound healing. Vetericyn® VF Plus Hydrogel is a pH-balanced wound and skin product that is used for cleansing, irrigating, debriding, and moisturizing wounds, setting the stage for optimal healing conditions and providing an advanced alternative to saline solution.
electrolyzed water, sodium magnesium fluorosilicate, boric acid, sodium sulfate, hypochlorous acid, sodium hypochlorite
There are no known side effects.
Cat, Dog, Horse
Vetericyn® VF Plus Hydrogel Spray has been proven safe and effective for cuts & scrapes, abrasions & scratches, hot spots & skin rashes, burns, abscesses & sores, and post-surgical sites. Vetericyn® VF Plus hydrogel is designed to adhere to the site of application, allowing this advanced hypochlorous formula to penetrate the wound bed, creating an extra layer or barrier for the wound. This unique hydrogel does not cause dermal irritation and is safe for use in sensitive areas.
Shake well before using. Move excess hair from wound area. Clip if necessary. Apply Vetericyn® VF Plus HydroGel Spray liberally on the wound to clean, treat infections and promote healing. Do not remove or wipe off. If dressing is required, apply Vetericyn® VF Plus HydroGel Spray liberally to dressing. Apply dressing to wound. Treatment protocol as directed by veterinarian until wound is healed. No rinsing necessary. Skin may “pinken” after application due to increased blood flow to wound site which will help speed healing. Vetericyn® VF Plus HydroGel Spray may also act as a temporary physical barrier against dirt, flies and other contaminants.Safe for use around mouth, nose, ears, and eyes.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight and heat. DO NOT FREEZE. After use, seal or close dispenser.For external use only. Discontinue use if irritation develops and contact your veterinarian. For animal use only. Not for human use. Keep out of reach of children. Safe if licked or ingested by animal. Do not decant into smaller containers. Not for injection. Always consult with a Veterinarian for systemic conditions.