This fresh-smelling topical lotion offers pets fast and effective relief from skin irritations, hot spots, black skin disease, scaly skin, flea allergies, dermatitis, and dry skin conditions.
Organic whole-leaf aloe vera gel and vitamin E rush healing energy to the deepest layers of the skin, while sulfur, known as the healing mineral, reduces itching and flaking associated with seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff, is toxic to the scabies mite, and is both antibacterial and antifungal.
Rosemary essential oil disinfects and stimulates hair follicles. Sesame oil, a natural antibacterial for common skin pathogens (such as staphylococcus and streptococcus), as well as common skin fungi (including yeast infections), is also a natural antiviral and anti-inflammatory agent.
For Best Results:
Start with a clean dog.
Trim long hair with scissors, but do not shave.
Apply Skin Rescue Lotion to affected areas, massaging into skin until fully absorbed.
Cover pet with T-shirt to protect the skin and reduce licking.
Reapply twice daily for the first week.
Continue application once daily thereafter, until no longer needed.
Do not bathe your pet more than twice per month!
My cat was nearly bald...after 2 weeks of applying this to his legs and abdomen, his hair began to regrow. By week 3 he was back to normal. THANK YOU !
Works! by HedoChow from Steubenville, Ohio03/30/2014
My 10 year old Chow Chow was diagnosed with black skin disease (canine alopecia). I was told to give her melatonin. I did this for 5 months. Nothing. I read about Skin Rescue Lotion and gave it a try around Christmas. It took awhile and did not smell too good, but in late February, I noticed the red hair on her chest to be coming back. I gave her a bath with the bar soap and really noticed that the hair was growing back. Ling Ling's chest was almost completely bald, but now it is growing. Like I said it doesn't smell too good, but not horrible. I would have bathed her sooner as the directions said, but the winter was so cold I did not want to risk her catching a cold. I would give it a try.
Product smells awful! by Deb from Atl. Ga06/16/2014
Made my dog stink. Had to wash her bed and blankets several times to get the smell out.