DOUXO S3 PYO Mousse (5.1 oz)
Price too low to showAdd to cart to see low price
Aqua, Chlorhexidine Digluconate, Phytosphingosine Salicyloyl, Climbazole, Benzyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Polysorbate, Laureth 23, Poloxamer 184, Fragrance.
External use only.
Brush the hair,apply on dry coat. Dispense 1 or 2 pumps in the hand and then apply on the animal. Do not rinse. Let air dry. Apply as often as necessary.
Brush the coat thoroughly. Apply on dry coat. Dispense one or two pumps in the hand and then apply the foam on the animal. Massage into the hair coat in order for the product to reach the skin. Repeat as many times as necessary to cover the whole body, avoiding areas around the eyes and mouth. Do not rinse. Let air dry. Once dry, the animal may be brushed again to bring luster.
Under 11 lbs: 1 pump per 2 lbs
12- 88 lbs: 1 pump per 4 lbs
Over 89 lbs: 1 pump per 6 lbs
Dosage can be doubled for long-haired dogs.
Apply as often as necessary. It is usually recommended to use in combination with DOUXO Chlorhexidine, bathing on day 1 and applying the mousse on day 3 and day 6. Repeat for 2 to 3 weeks.
This product is marvelous. In between shampoos, or whenever he looks like he has found a miserable spot, we just get the mousse out and he comes RUNNING to us to let us massage it into his skin. What were red, irritated spots - I now see hair coming back in! Yeah! It'll be ongoing, but it is SO nice to have something that will help him.
My only concern is that I wish it cost less, because he's a big dog and the flea allergy covers a good portion of his back end. But I'll keep getting it if it helps. At EntirelyPets - it costs less than other places!
Questions and Answers
I have a 3-year-old doggy with really bad skin allergies, we have been using the Douxo shampoo and it does help but I see that Douxo also has the spray and mousse. Which one do you recommend more the mousse or spray?
Hi Ramonita, For really bad allergies, please consult your veterinarian. As for our recommendation, it may depend on the fur coat. For short-hair, the spray will get to the derm layers just fine. For shaggy dogs, the mousse with brushing or massaging it in might work best. Consider some Omega Fish Oils in their diet and Allergy Relief by Sentry. Take care. <i class="fas fa-heart"></i>