Resi KetoChlor Leave-On Lotion (8 oz) is an antiseptic leave-on lotion for the management of conditionsresponsive to ketoconazole or chlorhexidine. This lotion allows for ease of application and prolonged contact time of the ingredients with the hair coat and skin without rinsing. It does not leave any oily or sticky residue on the hair coat. The leave-on lotion may be used on dogs, cats and horses.
Chlorhexidine gluconate 2.3% w/w (2% in free form; 0.3% encapsulated in Spherulites). Ketoconazole 1% w/w.
This lotion is the best investment I have ever made. Its easy to apply, smells great and it doesnt leave a sticky residue on the dog coat. Its great for rashes, bacteria infections and fungal infections. I recommend to apply the lotion at night so the dog wont lick it off.
Best Product for Animal Skin Conditions by Rosie Jo11/16/2011
My dog had a skin concition and the vet prescribed an antibotic that did not work. However, this lotion has worked and cleared up her rash. She is a very happy dog now and it stopped the itching. I absolutely recommend it. This lotion is a blessing. Thanks for providing great service and great products.
Go-to skin product by horticulture from Midwest12/06/2011
This is our "skin emergency" product and we always have it on hand. Our mixed breed dog has food allergies, indoor and outdoor allergies and sensitive skin. So he is prone to skin irritation which often results in simultaneous fungal and bacterial infections - and fast! As soon as we feel or see those telltale bumps or that odor of skin going "bad," greasy skin, flakes or scaling, he gets a mild shampoo and RestKetoChlor rubbed well into his skin/coat. Our vet recommends thinning the medicine with a little boiled, distilled water and using it in a spray bottle for spot-application or between-bath application. This medication works - it stops the scaling, the "hot spots" and hair loss and obvious signs of infection. Scrupulous daily grooming to remove allergens and irritants and keep skin healthy is a must. This medication helps us get through the "skin emergencies" without resorting to a trip to the vet, oral antibiotics and steroids.