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DERMagic Skin Rescue Lotion

DERMagic Skin Rescue Lotion

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    A little goes a long way--working for yeasty dog

    By ChineseCrestedMom on Nov 21, 2020

    My Chinese Crested struggles with yeast and the resulting blackened skin (almost leathery but not as bad as elephant skin) in her tuck-ups, privates and insides of back legs and occasionally in her front armpits. The DERMagic products were recommended to me and so far, I am pleased with them. A little My Chinese Crested struggles with yeast and the resulting blackened skin (almost leathery but not as bad as elephant skin) in her tuck-ups, privates and insides of back legs and occasionally in her front armpits. The DERMagic products were recommended to me and so far, I am pleased with them. A little of this lotion goes a long way and it does already seem to be helping ease the dog's skin (after one week of use) in the area where the spray (Miconahex + Triz) is causing the blackened/yeasty skin to whither, dry and flake off. Be aware though--while it smells ok to me going on (I don't mind the rosemary) I do notice the sulfur smell when around the dog or her crate (bedding). I also notice the smell on my hands even after washing with soap several times. I agree with another recent reviewer--I do smell it but it isn't THAT bad. (especially compared to other yeast/skin treatment products I've tried which smell so bad they trigger migraines for me and so bad I've thrown away bedding rather than washing it.) For my dog, a slightly larger than pea size drop is enough to completely lotion up the insides of both her back legs and her back tuck-ups. At the beginning I was using too much which also made the smell worse. Still though, I will not use this lotion as an every day body lotion for her when not doing the more intensive skin treatment due to the smell and I have considered wearing gloves when applying to keep the smell off my hands. I will likely use it less frequently in the maintenance phase later, perhaps a couple of days before a bath. Right now, during the treatment phase, I am washing the dog's bedding every two days with vinegar so the smell doesn't build up. (I also added white vinegar to the washing machine after noticing that just detergent wasn't enough.) … more

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    Works ok but odor is awful

    By ChesterMama on Nov 6, 2020

    My senior rescue cat has had a scabby red rash area on his back and tail since I got him 3 years ago. It comes and goes, usually worse in Winter. The vet has tried several meds that work for a short time. I decided to try this product and happy that his rash is looking better after 1 week. It is My senior rescue cat has had a scabby red rash area on his back and tail since I got him 3 years ago. It comes and goes, usually worse in Winter. The vet has tried several meds that work for a short time. I decided to try this product and happy that his rash is looking better after 1 week. It is less red and the scabs seem to be healing. But the smell! My cat runs when I open the bottle. I mix with coconut oil to dilute the smell and make it easier to spread. Surely this can be reformulated to reduce the smell?? … more

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