Zymox Enzymatic Leave-On Conditioner for Dogs and Cats
Zymox Enzymatic Rinse is a natural antiseptic cleanser for dogs and cats with skin irritations and conditions. It contains natural enzymes lactoperoxidase, lactoferrin and lysozyme to help reinforce the skin barrier and protect against bacterial and fungal infections.
- Effective but gentle formula that can be used on dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens of all ages
- Made without harsh colors, petrolatums, or detergents
- Helps reinforce the skin barrier
- May protect skin from infections
- Relieves itching, irritated skin
- Lightly rinse or leave on
- Pleasant fragrance
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Directions: Recommended for use after Zymox Shampoo. Apply Zymox Leave-on Conditioner directly to wet fur and massage in thoroughly. Lightly rinse or leave on to dry for optimal protection. For severe problem areas, Zymox Conditioner may be applied full strength as a cream and left on to dry.
Ingredients: Purified Water, Cetrimonium Chloride, Cyclomethicone, Vita-Protein Complex, Biotin, Lysozyme, Lactoferrin, Lactoperoxidase, Zinc Gluconate, Vitamin D3, Potassium Iodide, Natural Fragrance.
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Q & A
would this shampoo make rust stains on a westie beard fade away??
Zymox Enzymatic Shampoo was developed for pets experiencing minor irritated, inflamed skin conditions.The manufacturer does not list fading rust stains as an indication for use. Contact your veterinarian to see what treatment options may be available for your pet.Verified Answer
Is this product good for use on dogs that have mange? Will this product help against Mange? Thank you.?
Cherry, Zymox enzymatic rinse is not effective in treating or preventing any type of mange. Treating mange requires examination by a veterinarian and treatment specific to the type of mange. In addition to treating mange it is also important to prevent reinfestation by thoroughly cleaning the dog’s bedding and collar, keeping the dog away from other animals that may be infested and periodic examination by a veterinarian. Thank you, VetRxDirectCommunity Answer