Goodwinol Ointment for Dogs
Goodwinol Ointment helps with the treatment of demodectic and follicular mange in dogs. Goodwinol Ointment is an ointment intended to alleviate skin irritation symptoms caused by mange and other non-specific skin issues. It contains benzocaine which acts as a topical anesthetic to soothe skin distress. It also contains a variety of ingredients to soothe and moisturize the skin.
How to Use Goodwinol Ointment for Dogs:
- Goodwinol Ointment can be applied every 24 hours.
- Ointment should be rubbed in so that it is absorbed by the skin, but avoid applying ointment near the eyes.
- The manufacturer recommends consulting your pet’s veterinarian if there is no improvement within ten days.
- If ointment separates, it should be mixed back together before applying.
- May stain light surfaces.
Goodwinol Ointment for Dogs Ingredients:
- Active ingredient: Benzocaine - not less than 1.5%.
- Inactive ingredients: Purified Water, White Petrolatum, Lanolin, Mineral Oil, Paraffin Wax NF, Rotenone, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Candelilla Wax, Magnesium Sulfate, Quaternium-15, Tartaric Acid.
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Q & A
How much is postage to uk please?
Unfortunately we are unable to ship outside of the United States.Verified Answer
Would this medication absorb deep enough to help alleviate arthritis pain??
This medication contains benzocaine, which is a topical anesthetic. It is unlikely that this would relieve your dog's arthritis pain, as this medication is not absorbed very well past the skin. Do not attempt to apply this medication more than once per day, due to the risk of harming your dog. We recommend talking with your veterinarian about an alternative medication for pain relief for your dog. Thank you, VetRxDirectVerified Answer
Does this contain hydrocortizone??
Anne, Hydrocortisone is not listed as an ingredient. The active ingredients are benzocaine, rotenone and lanolin. Thank you, VetRxDirectCommunity Answer