|Top Ingredients||Benzoyl Peroxide, Reverse Osmosis Purified Water, Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate...||Benzoyl Peroxide||Miconazole Nitrate, Collodial Oatmeal, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate...||Water, Sodium C14-16 Alpha Olefin Sulfonate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine...||Water, Decyl Glucoside, Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine...|
|Health Feature||Itch & Redness Remedy, Skin & Coat Health||Skin & Coat Health||Anti-Fungal / Anti-Bacterial, Itch & Redness Remedy, Skin & Coat Health...||Itch & Redness Remedy, Skin & Coat Health||Skin & Coat Health|
Trying to clear skin fungus / yeast from our dog's chest we had high hopes for this shampoo. Used as directed, but it was much too harsh and actually REMOVED healthy fur around issue leaving exposed skin with no fur! We didn't want hair loss on top of things. It had no natural fragrance so the dog was left smelling wet and medicinal.
I used this shampoo on my cocker she had so many skin problems, and hot spots. I followed the instructions and bathed her once a week. In about four weeks her skin was cleared up. I continued using it until she passed away at age 16. Never had any more skim problems. Even the vet was impressed.
This helped with the itching for several days. The shampoo doesn't lather up like regular shampoo. I just shampoo Ezy twice a week. It does seem to help him. He is able to relax more.
So, I am very proactive cat mom. I always look under my girls chin but I failed to consistently look under the left and right side of their chins. I usually rub my hands under their chins and or use a flea comb to comb through it once a week during their grooming session. Well one week I notice one of my girls had coffee like specks under the left side of her chin. I combed it and a patch of hair came out. It was bleeding. I panicked because I didn’t have anything to treat it. I used Peroxide and coconut oil until I ordered her a bottle of Benzoyl Peroxide Shampoo, the Pet MD Chlorhexidine wipes, Zymox Topical Cream Inflammation Relief Hydrocortisone 1.0% for Dogs & Cats and Witch Hazel solution. I used the shampoo every night. When her fur dried I would use the Pet MD Chlorhexidine wipes. I did this for three nights and noticed her chin was always hard and scabby. I think I was shampooing it too much and it was drying her skin out so I stopped shampooing her chin and only used the Pet MD Chlorhexidine wipes and the Zymox Topical Cream Inflammation Relief Hydrocortisone 1.0%. I stop with the shampooing her chin and started using the Pet MD Chlorhexidine medicated wipes and the Zymox Topical Cream Inflammation Relief Hydrocortisone 1.0%. I notice the scab was clearing up after day two. Using the chlorhexidine wipes and the Zymox Topical Cream Inflammation Relief with Hydrocortisone 1.0%. had her chin was looking great. The hair started growing back and the scabs were all gone. At this time, she is Acne free. I have stop using the Pet MD Chlorhexidine wipes and the Zymox Topical Cream Inflammation Relief Hydrocortisone 1.0% . I maintain her chin with regular witch-hazel solution and pure coconut oil every nigh before bed. Nevertheless, the Zymox Topical Cream Inflammation Relief Hydrocortisone 1.0% really helped heal her skin. It is a great cream to have on hand as cats are always scratching cuts behind and in their ears or above their eyes. The witch hazel has become a nightly routine now to help prevent it from coming back and for my cat that did not have feline acne I use the witch hazel solution and coconut oil for her as well. I use glass plates and bowls so I think she was either going through puberty or food got stuck in her chin and I wasn't thorough with grooming her chin. Well now, I am so on it! Hope this helps!
I would have loved to have used this for my cat's stud tail, but it arrived in what looks like a used bottle, the label looks to have been wet and it is worn. Also there was no safety seal and the contents was only half full. I don't feel safe using this and will be purchasing another bottle elsewhere. Waste of $ for my wallet which is very shocking because I never have issues with Chewy.
Great shampoo to treat dog acne. I don't know if this works for every dog, but I have an eight pound seven-year old poodle/Yorkshire Terrier, who developed dog acne. After first use, we noticed a considerable change in the skin texture. It has an unpleasant chlorine smell, but it did work very well. After only third use, the acne is now mostly healed. We did spot the issue at the onset, and reacted very quickly.
I got this to treat my cat’s acne after my vet recommended to use benzoyl peroxide. It cleared it up super quick. I used a very soft toothbrush to work it into my cats fur on her chin. The shampoo cleaned up her access oil and removed the dark spots from the acne. I treated her weekly and now she stays pretty clear of acne. There is an odor but it’s not super strong or bad. The shampoo rinses out really well so I don’t have to give my cat a full bath, just a short wash on her chin. I would definitely recommend this product if your vet recommends a similar treatment.
This shampoo worked very well at clearing up my cat's mild case of feline acne. After just a few weeks, all of the crusty black patches on her chin are gone and I'm now using it as weekly maintenance to keep it from coming back.
This is the BEST shampoo for my boy Jasper. We've been together for 11 years & no loss of hair or break outs!! This shampoo gets rid of the greasy feel & anything else the eye can't see. Very happy. been using this for at least 10 years.
We have a year and a half cocker spaniel who had what looked like small soars or scabs we were told they were allergic reactions and tried zerteck which helped but not enough. After using this shampoo we saw an improvement in just a few days!! He is itching less and has fewer soars.