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Dermagic Skin Rescue Lotion for Dogs

Original price £19.95 - Original price £31.95
Original price
£19.95
£19.95 - £31.95
Current price £19.95
5+ in stock, ready to be shipped
5+ in stock, ready to be shipped
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A best seller! Dermagic Skin Rescue Lotion for dogs is a fresh-smelling topical lotion that gives dogs fast and effective relief from skin irritations, hot spots, black skin disease, scaly skin, flea allergies, dermatitis, and dry skin conditions. Dermagic Skin Rescue Lotion is great for all dogs with any skin irritations. If your dog is very hairy, try giving them a short clip so you don’t waste half the Dermagic Lotion in their hair, you want to make sure it gets to the skin.
  • Excellent for skin irritations, hot spots, black skin disease, scaly skin, flea allergies, dermatitis and dry skin conditions
  • Organic skin lotion, massage in sparingly to any affected areas
  • This is a natural product, so have patience (a month)
  • Use twice daily
  • Available in 4oz and 8oz sizes

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Review: "Excellent product - our dog has very bad black skin disease and is so doing well after 5 weeks...you have to be patient but it pays off, he had it very bad skin. will keep up the treatments. looking very good so far!" [Claire, UK]  ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Dermagic Skin Rescue Lotion for Dogs

Customer Question:

Our dog is allergic to grass etc. and licks his feet a lot and sometimes they bleed. What would you suggest to stop him licking them and also protect his paws when outside?

Zoomadog Answer:

Thanks for getting in touch.

To best way to stop your dog's allergy is to sooth the paw. Take a look at Dermagic Skin Rescue Lotion, this is easy to rub into your dog's paw and it is fantastic at stopping them biting their feet and calms the allergy down as they don't like the taste of the lotion! You will want to use a little lotion in the house to stop them licking their paws and then the use boots for outdoors.

For boots - the best boots for your dog would be our Walker Active Boots. They have good protection for the outdoors and are breathable. For sizing, measure your Westie's paw width.
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Customer Question:

Hi, Do you have anything to treat itchy back paws on my dog? He has been to the vet twice and was given liquid the first time and gel the second time. He now wears a comfort donut for bedtime to stop him causing himself damage.

Zoomadog Answer:

The best first step is to top the itching, take a look at Dermagic Skin Rescue Lotion which comes in small bottles. Rub this into your dog's paw and it will rapidly calm the area down. Start with the small bottle and see how you get on.

We would also suggest a boot to protect the paw and to stop your dog instantly licking off the cream. For inside, our Walker Comfort Care Boots would be the best. They are soft and padded, with Velcro around the top so your dog can't bite or take off.

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Uses:
Skin irritations
Hot spots
Black skin disease
Scaly skin
Flea allergies
Dermatitis
Dry skin

Organic whole-leaf aloe vera gel and vitamin E rush healing energy to the deepest layers of the skin, while sulphur, known as the healing mineral, reduces itching and flaking associated with seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff, is toxic to the scabies mite, and is both antibacterial and anti-fungal.
Rosemary essential oil disinfects and stimulates hair follicles.
Sesame oil, a natural antibacterial for common skin pathogens (such as staphylococcus and streptococcus), as well as common skin fungi (including yeast infections), is also a natural antiviral and anti-inflammatory agent.

For Best Results:
Start with a clean dog. Trim long hair with scissors, but do not shave.
Apply Skin Rescue Lotion to affected areas, massaging into skin until fully absorbed.
Cover pet with T-shirt to protect the skin and reduce licking.
Reapply twice daily for the first week.
Continue application once daily thereafter, until no longer needed.
Do not bathe your pet more than twice per month!
Note: If your pet licks the lotion off, just reapply as needed.
There is nothing harmful or toxic in this product.

Ingredients: Sesamum indicum (sesame oil), certified organic aloe barbadensis (aloe) leaf gel, lanolin, flowers of sulfur, olea europaea (olive) oil, beeswax, organic Butyrospermum Parkii (shea butter) fruit, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, natural alpha tocopherol (vitamin E).

Customer Reviews

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Jacqueline Berry
Have been using dermatitis for

Have been using Dermagic for 5 days on my dog and have seen a great improvement. It is very soothing and has a nice smell

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Jacque Flynn
Not used yet

I haven’t had a chance to use this product yet as ime in Liverpool at the moment and my dog is in Spain I will use it as soon as ime back in spain

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ste
best lotion

my dog has had blood blisters inbetween her toes on and off since last september her fur had come off and the blisters bleed,she has been to the vets and had cream for them they cleared up and came back (by the way the vet was lovely and very helpful) then we had a blood test and there are no underlying problems,i have tried everything i can think of and stumbled on the dermagic lotion so i thought i would give it a try,i have only been useing it for a couple of days and i have noticed a slight difference,i know iv got a long way to go but it is the best cream i have bought.

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Barbara De'Ath

The problem with our dog has been terrible for us we ran out of money because the vet was too expensive but the poor dog was no better this is the 2nd lot of cream and it seems to be helping it is expensive but not as expensive as the vet

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Sasa Dimitrijevic
Dermagic skin rescue lotion

Perfect product. It gave incredible results in my dog's hair growth.