KetoChlor® Shampoo with SPHERULITES® Microcapsules, an exclusive encapsulation system is an antiseptic, cleansing shampoo for the management of conditions responsive to ketoconazole or chlorhexidine. The shampoo may be used on dogs, cats and horses.
Antiseptic, cleansing. ANTI-ADHESIVE glycotechnology utilizes a unique combination of monosaccharides and alkylpolyglucoside that reduces bacterial and yeast adhesion to the stratum corneum. This action physically disrupts micro-organism colonization on the skin surface and may delay onset of irritation due to topical bacteria or yeast. SPHERULITES® Microcapsules: an exclusive encapsulation system that provides a slow release of ingredients long after product application. Chitosanide: a natural biopolymer that creates a protective film on the skin and haircoat.
Chlorhexidine gluconate 2.3% w/w 2% in free form; 0.3% encapsulated). Ketoconazole 1% w/w.
SPHERULITES® Microcapsules, monosaccharides and alkylpolyglucoside
Directions for use: Shake well before use. Wet the hair coat with warm water and apply a sufficient amount of shampoo to create a rich lather. Massage shampoo into wet hair coat, lather freely. Rinse and repeat. Allow to remain on hair for 5 to 10 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with clean water. May be used initially 2 to 3 times a week for four weeks, then reducing to once a week, or as directed by your veterinarian.
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Excessive itching. Usually occurs due to an underlying condition such as allergies, parasites, or skin infection. Make sure underlying causes are addressed.
Sicca: Dry, scaly, dull skin coat with white or gray scales present. Oleosa: Greasy skin and hair coat, yellow-brown clumps of fatty material, a rancid odor or waxy, unpleasant smelling ears.
Ringworm: Circular hairloss and scaling. Pyoderma: hairloss, pruritus and collarettes. Malassezia: hairloss, hyperpigmentation and yeasty odor. It is important to note topical therapies may be used as an adjunct to appropriate oral therapies.
Unpleasant smelling, yeasty ears, excessive wax buildup in ears, inflammation and redness, excessive itchiness and repetitive scratching of ears.