Epi-Pet Skin & Coat Enrichment Spray, 16oz, Unscented
Description: The Epi-Pet Skin & Coat Enrichment Spray (Unscented) is a veterinarian developed natural ingredient based non-medicated skin and coat care product for dogs and cats. This product promotes healthy skin and coat on dogs and cats and is recommended for use on normal healthy pet skin and coats and on dry, flaky, itchy, oily and odorous pet skin and coats. This is a hypoallergenic product and is specially formulated for dogs and cats with sensitive skin. Ingredients are included that moisturize, cleanse, condition, deodorize and enrich your pet's skin and coat. This product promotes healthy supple skin and a soft shiny coat on your dog or cat. Veterinarians recommend routine use of skin and coat enrichment sprays for your dog or cat.
Available in 4oz, 16oz and gallon sizes
Ingredients List: Aqua (Water), Urea, Ethoxydiglycol, Cetrimonium Chloride, Sodium Lactate, Galactoarabinan, Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate, Glycine, PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Trioleate, Histidine, Mentha Pulegium Extract, Octoxynol-9, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, Panthenol, Allantoin, Fragrance.
Directions for Application: Spray over entire body of the pet until the coat and skin are damp. Allow to absorb into the skin and coat. (approximately 5 min)
For Poor Skin & Coat Condition
Repeat application 1-3 times daily when using while dry, flaky, itchy, oily and odorous skin and/or coat conditions exist.
For Healthy Skin and Coat Conditions
Repeat application once a day to promote year round health of skin and coat.
Application is more effective when spray solution is brushed through hair coat and over the skin (avoid brushing wounded areas of the skin)
A regiment of routine shampoo bathing with the Epi-Pet Shampoo should be followed in conjunction with the use of this product (see Epi-Pet Shampoo directions for application).
Voted a "Top 50 Up and Coming Product" by the 7th World Congress of Veterinary Dermatologists An APA (American Pet Association) 5 Star Approved Product