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Dermaclens for Cats



Dermaclens Dermatologic Cream for Cats

Dermaclens is a cleansing cream with mild action to clean and treat wounds, burns, cuts and abrasions. It is an effective primary care for any kinds of wounds on the skin and coat of felines. Its quick action provides instant relief by repairing damaged tissues and cells of the skin. It is suitable for all breeds and sizes of cats.

Dermaclens for Cats

Manufactured by Jurox, Dermaclens for cats is a cleansing cream for treating wounds, skin cuts and abrasions. It is one of the most popular dermatological creams for treating skin infections and lesions. It removes necrotic tissues, coagulum, dust and debris from the wounds and provides basic treatment for wounds. The general-purpose spot-on cream aids in faster recovery and prevents further damage and infections.

Key Benefits
  • Cleanses and treats all kinds of wounds in felines.
  • Suitable for all sizes and breeds of cats.
  • Provides fast recovery without causing irritation.
  • The odorless, non-toxic cream aids in regeneration of damaged tissues.
  • Effective treatment for skin cuts, lesions, burns and abrasions.
  • Easy to apply general-purpose cream. 
Direction of use
  • Clean the wound carefully and then gently apply a thin layer of Dermaclens cream over it.
  • Apply one to two times a day or follow your veterinarian’s advice.
  • While bandaging any wound it is advisable to apply Dermaclens as a dressing.
  • If the wound is severe then you can use Dermaclens twice or thrice a day. 
  • Use for external purposes only.
  • Keep away from the eyes and mouth of the pet.
  • If it enters the eyes then rinse off with lots of water.
  • Store at a cool and dry place.
  • Dermaclens proves harmful for human ingestion. If ingested it may cause abdominal problems, nausea or headache. In such cases, it is advisable to consult a physician at the earliest. 
  • Malic Acid
  • Propionic acid
  • Propylene glycol
  • Salicylic acid
  • Benzoic acid