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Skin Support Plus
Item: 2022

Skin Support Plus

We hate to see them itchy and uncomfortable. This soothing blend of tea tree oil, aloe vera and chamomile works synergistically to treat and ease the discomfort of environmental allergies, hot spots, abrasions and other skin problems in dogs. Skin Support Plus provides gentle, natural and immediate relief of itchy or irritated skin.

8 oz. bottle

 

Soothes Skin on Contact

 

This soothing blend of tea tree oil, aloe vera and chamomile works synergistically to treat and ease the discomfort of environmental allergies, hot spots, abrasions and other skin problems in dogs. Skin Support Plus provides gentle, natural and immediate relief of itchy or irritated skin.

 

Key Benefits:

  • Quickly soothes irritated skin
  • Alcohol-free, no-sting formula
  • Will not affect topical flea control products
  • All natural
  • Developed by a Veterinarian
  • Made in the U.S.A.

 

 

Recommended for Dogs Only

 

Contains:

  • Tea Tree Oil – an effective natural remedy for rashes, blisters, sunburns, insect bites and other minor irritations
  • Aloe Vera – soothes, moisturizes and cools irritated skin while reducing inflammation and pain
  • Chamomile – contains antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and sedative properties

 

For animal use only.

 

Spray directly on raw, irritated skin. Repeat 1-4 times daily as needed. If your dog suffers from flea allergies, spray the dog's entire body daily or as needed. Avoid spraying near eyes.

The hot spots that can result from excessive licking and chewing usually are secondary bacterial infections in the raw skin. They can start off looking like a little red area the size of a dime, and quickly spread to become a huge, oozing lesion by the end of the day. Hot spots can be very painful and should get immediate attention.

Work with your vet to identify the underlying cause, whether allergies to fleas, pollen or food, and eliminate it. Many veterinarians prescribe cortisone, an anti-inflammatory steroid, to stop the itch-scratch cycle and antibiotics to fight the infection. But unfortunately, steroids can have serious side effects over an extended period of time. And many topical sprays contain alcohol, lidocaine, hydrocortisone, or other harsh chemical ingredients that can damage, burn or dry out your pet's skin.

A more natural approach is often the most effective. Australian tea tree oil is a natural healing ingredient that has been used for centuries by Aborigines to protect the skin, reduce inflammation and itching, and clean infected areas. Aloe Vera and Chamomile are soothing ingredients to ease pain and promote healing. At the same time, a proper nutrition plan and diet can help to fortify overall skin health.