Comforting, alcohol-free shampoo quickly cleans and soothes hot spots as well as red, raw, irritated skin. Alcohol-free, no-sting spray quickly calms and relieves painful hot spots between shampoos...
No-sting clean Shampoo! Comforting, alcohol-free shampoo quickly cleans and soothes hot spots as well as red, raw, irritated skin.
Spray is the Ouch-less answer to skin miseries. This alcohol-free, no-sting spray quickly calms and relieves painful hot spots. And soothes itchy, raw, irritated skin. Soothing mix of Tea Tree Oil, Aloe Vera and Chamomile,
Neither will affect topical flea control.
For best results, wash with Hot Spot Shampoo, then follow with spray as needed.
Vet's Best Hot Spot Remedies Features at a Glance:
- NO Sting
- Soothing and gentle yet effective
- Will not damage flea protection from topical flea applications
Aloe Vera: This flowering succulent likely originated near Africa's Cape of Good Hope. Aloe Vera has been used to soothe, moisturize and cool when applied to the skin ever since the time of the ancient Egyptians. Pictures of Aloe plants can be found in the ruins of their temples. Aloe Vera's thick, juicy leaves contain a thin, clear gel that is used both topically and internally. This abundant juice is what makes it the perfect moisturizer. It is said that the Greek physician Dioscorides wrote of its benefits to heal wounds and treat hemorrhoids. What's more Aloe seems to block bradykinin, which may be how it works to alleviate related discomfort.
Tea Tree Oil: This fragrant oil from the needles of an Australian shrub was used as a natural antiseptic by the Aborigines for thousands of years. Tea Tree Oil is loaded with properties that make it a popular natural agent for curing all three types of infectious organisms: fungus, bacteria and virus. Therefore, Tea Tree Oil is hailed as an effective natural remedy for hundreds of bacterial and fungal skin ailments such as acne, abscess, oily skin, blisters, sun burns, athlete's foot, warts, herpes, insect bites, rashes, dandruff and other minor wounds and irritations. Interesting fact: The Australian Army includes bottles of Tea Tree Oil in each soldier's first aid kit. The purest form of the oils is extracted in the first pressing without the use of solvents.