Malaseb Medicated Shampoo (250ml/1L) for dog or cat. long expiry. for Ringworm cure and antifungal
$22.00 – $68.00
Antifungal influence and a potent action against bacteria against Malassezia. Chlorhexidine has a wide range of bacterial, yeast, mold and fungal activity. The miconazole-chlorhexidine combination is successful in destroying seborrhoeic dermatitis and Staphylococcus intermedius species. Staph. Staph. In the presence of Malassezia, intermedius occurs as an overgrowth pathogen and is the primary bacterial species responsible for dog and cat bacterial dermatitis.
How often should I use Dermcare Malaseb on my pet?
In the case of Seborrhoeic Dermatitis, Malaseb should be used twice weekly when the infection is active. Once the infection has resolved, it can be used weekly as a maintenance shampoo and preventative.
In the case of ringworm, Malaseb should be used twice weekly in conjunction with systemic treatment. Therapy is typically needed for 8 to 12 weeks.
Directions for use
Wet the animal thoroughly with clean water
Apply Dermcare Malaseb shampoo to your pet at several points and massage into the coat.
Always make sure the coat is thoroughly wet before applying Malaseb, this will help to achieve the required lather.
Using a sponge may assist with producing a lather and with penetration through the coat. The sponge also holds water which again helps to ensure the coat is adequately wet during application.
50ml of Dermcare Malaseb would be adequate to treat a 30kg, medium hair length dog and 7-10 ml would be adequate for an adult cat.
Leave the shampoo on for 10 minutes. Ensure you pet is supervised during this time to avoid ingestion or inhalation of the shampoo
A damp cloth, with a little diluted foam can be used to clean the face of both cats and dogs.
Whilst bathing cats is never easy, many will tolerate water better if it is not running. Using a 3 bucket technique, where all buckets are filled with warm water can help. The cat is dunked (not including head) into the first bucket and shampoo applied, then wrapped in a towel for the 10 minutes to stay warm and prevent licking foam. Once the 10 minutes is up the cat is sequentially dunked into the first, then second then remaining buckets to rinse the coat.
Treatment of seborrhoeic dermatitis associated with Staphylococcus intermedius and Malassezia; aids in the treatment of ringworm
Malaseb can alter the effectivness of top spot flea treatments.
Here is the Product Ingredients:
Miconazole nitrate 20 g/L, chlorhexidine gluconate 20 g/L.
It can irritate your skin and eyes. Stop eye and skin touch. Wear rubber gloves while the product is used. If the product in the eyes is washed out with water immediately. Wash your hands after using them.
With clean water, wet the animal thoroughly. At many points, add the foam to the animal and massage the coat. A sponge aids in the coat’s lathering and penetration. Ensure that Malaseb is applied around the lips, under the tail and between the toes, as causative species are present in these areas. Enable for 10 minutes to stand,