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Dermaclens for Cats Reviews

Rating 4/5 based on 3 Reviews

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Dermaclens is a multi-purpose antiseptic cream that treats wounds and promotes the growth of healthy tissue in wounds. The mild action formula is gentle on the skin and provides instant relief to cats by repairing the injured tissues and cells of the skin. It treats various kinds of wounds on the skin and coat of the felines. This product is safe to use on all size and breeds of cats.

Dermaclens - How it works?

Dermaclens is one of the widely used veterinary products for pet’s wounds. This dermatologic cream successfully works on different skin conditions such as wounds, cuts, abrasions, lesions, burns as well as severe skin infections. Being an acidic cleansing cream, it removes necrotic tissue, coagulum and debris from wounds and promotes faster healing.  This general-purpose topical cream when applied on clean wounds, works wonder in processing the recovery time faster. 

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Great Deal!

I got this tube for my cat and this stuff is amazing. It only took a day for this treatment to start working and I saw a considerable difference in all sores and spots on my kitty! I recommend this product for any abrasion in cats.

Shirley Apr 09, 2018

Good product

Rosy got bruises on her leg, and I was worried whether she will get any infection. But, with the help of Dermaclens, there was nothing to worry. The wound healed and Rosy was back to normal.

Finn Dec 29, 2016

Nothing works on skin like this

My cat got wound and was getting worst. On my friend's recommendation I purchased dermaclens from bestvetcare and Bingo it just helped lower infection and my cat recovered from the wound.

Sienna Mar 25, 2016