Douxo Calm Micro-Emulsion Spray is used to treat itching, irritation, and allergies on the skin. This calming solution provides alleviation, allowing your pet's skin to heal correctly.
Who is Douxo Calm Micro-Emulsion Spray for Dogs and Cats, 6.8 oz for?
Dogs and cats.
Why use Douxo Calm Micro-Emulsion Spray for Dogs and Cats, 6.8 oz?
Douxo Calm Micro-Emulsion Spray contains raspberry seed and hinokitiol, which provide relaxing and anti-inflammatory effects to pets.
How does Douxo Calm Micro-Emulsion Spray for Dogs and Cats, 6.8 oz work?
Phytosphingosine is an antibacterial and conditioning lipid included in this spray. The body of the pet produces this helpful lipid naturally. This topical solution gives your pet more phytosphingosine, which improves the skin as it restores the complete function and health of the skin barrier.
Water, Hexyl Laurate, Glycerylstearate/ceteareth 20/ceteareth 12/cetearyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Raspberry Seed Oil, Ceteareth 20, Quaternium 82, Dipropylene Glycol, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Hydroxyde, Hinokitiol, Phytosphingosine SLC.
How is Douxo Calm Micro-Emulsion Spray for Dogs and Cats, 6.8 oz sold?
6.8 oz spray bottle
What are the side effects of Douxo Calm Micro-Emulsion Spray for Dogs and Cats, 6.8 oz?
There are no currently known side effects from this product.
What special precautions are there?
Keep away from children. Do not allow this product to contact the eyes. Do not swallow.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Douxo Calm Micro-Emulsion Spray for Dogs and Cats, 6.8 oz?
Keep product stored in a dry and cool environment.
This product sprays out in a fine mist, which is an excellent choice between baths. Micro-emulsion technology allows this product to be carried over the skin's surface, and each droplet imparts hundreds of nano-sized spheres of skin-healing ingredients. Each ingredient was specifically chosen for its ability to work with the skin's own cells, and the ingredients are then carried over the intercellular areas of the stratum corneum. The ingredients remain inside the spheres until they've penetrated the skin of the pet. Slowly, the ingredients diffuse, then begin to work restoring and healing the skin barrier.
In most cases, twice-per-week application is advised. Take your veterinarian's advice into consideration. When spraying a long-haired dog, use twice as many sprays (as needed). For every 10 pounds (5kg) of body weight, apply a single spray. Do not apply too much. This product dissipates on its own. Hold the pump 12" away from your pet's body and spray to disperse the product over the afflicted regions. Brush your pet's coat in the opposite direction of the natural direction of hair growth. Only for external application.