Direction for Use
- Application of DermaVet cream depends on the severity of wound. For mild inflammation, apply the cream once a week and for acute condition use it twice or thrice a day or consult your vet for the same.
- Before applying the cream, remove encrusted discharge or pus and spread a thin layer of cream sparsely.
- For all types of dermatological problems, apply DermaVet in a thin layer after cleaning the affected area.
- Use DermaVet cream two to three times every day for severe skin conditions. Decrease the frequency of application as the wound recovers.
- For dog’s ear infection, first clean the ear and apply the cream in a thin layer.
- For cystic areas and anal gland infections, drain gland and cyst properly and then fill the wound fully with DermVet cream.
- An antiflammatory, antipruritic, antifungal and antibacterial all-in-one cream, DermaVet provides fast relief from all major dermatological disorders.
- DermaVet is highly beneficial for topical septic wounds, and topical superficial wounds as well as slow healing wounds.
- This topical solution acts effectively on most of the bacterial infections. It is highly useful in treating dry and moist dermatitis and eczema and parasitic infestation.
- DermaVet provides fast and long-lasting symptom relief, while ensuring rapid recovery from dermatological conditions.
- Having a track record of 40-years veterinary use, DermaVet is hugely popular for dog wound treatment.
- Keep the product away from children and pets.
- Store it in a cool place avoiding excessive heat.
- DermaVet cream is indicated for external use only.
- Wear rubber gloves when applying the cream on pet.
Each gram of DermaVet cream contains:
Shorea robusta, Azadirachta indica, Pongamia pinnata, Cassia tora, Ficus infectoria, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Celastrus paniculatus, Jasad bhasma, Methyl Paraben and Propyl Paraben.
Avoid using DermaVet for deep incisions, punctured wounds and abscesses or deep-seated infections like inflammation of the lymphatic vessels.
As DermaVet contains corticosteroids, it is not advisable for pregnant bitches in last trimester.
Consult your vet, when regular usage of DermaVet does not improve your dog’s wound condition.