Teat soreness, wounds, bruising, windburn, chapping, and sunburn are all treated with Dr. Naylor Udder Balm for animals. This topical treatment with antibacterial and relaxing characteristics may be rubbed into udders to relieve congestion and stimulate circulation.
Who is Dr. Naylor Udder Balm for?
Why use Dr. Naylor Udder Balm?
This topical therapy is typically given to the udder region of an animal for a range of circulation-related discomforts in cattle. It's antiseptic and emollient, and it's designed to keep skin healthy and naturally hydrated. It's great for aching or congested udders, but it may also be used on wounds, bruises, chapping, sunburn, and more.
How does Dr. Naylor Udder Balm work?
Udder Balm is made using two important ingredients. First, the antiseptic component heals wounds while inhibiting the growth of disease-causing organisms. Second, emollients help to maintain skin's health by keeping it smooth and hydrating it.
How is Dr. Naylor Udder Balm sold?
9 oz and 36 oz.
What are the side effects of Dr. Naylor Udder Balm?
Side effects are unlikely when the product is used according to directions.
What special precautions are there?
Not for internal use. Keep out of the reach of children.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Dr. Naylor Udder Balm?
Keep product stored in a dry and cool environment.
This balm is a versatile and effective ointment that may be used topically on both animals and humans. Protection against udder congestion, scrapes, scaling on chicken legs, dog paw pad sores, and horse ear bugs are all common animal uses. Chapped hands, dry feet, bruises, rashes, bed sores, Eczema, diaper rash, and parched skin following chemotherapy are all common human uses.
Use as often and as liberally as necessary. Using this product is easy - just rub it onto any affected areas.
Petrolatum, water, lanolin, wax, oil of clove, sodium borate, color, and isopropyl alcohol 0.2%.