Soothe ‘N Moist Antipruritic Shampoo is a medicated shampoo formula for dogs and cats that gently cleans while providing temporary relief from pruritic (itchy) and inflamed skin. It is soap free and contains ultra mild surfactants that provide a rich lather and easy rinse. Soothe ‘N Moist is pH balanced, non-drying, and ideal for daily bathing.
It is ideal for dogs and cats with: atopic dermatitis, flea bite hypersensitivity, environmental allergies, pyoderma, acral lick dermatitis, malassezia dermatitis, and malodor.
Soothe ‘N Moist Antipruritic Shampoo contains:
- Olivamine 10, a synergistic blend of small molecules that facilitates optimal healing
- Antimicorbial chlorhexidine digluconate that is effective in the forumal against more than 21 wound pathogens including Gram +/_ bacteria, yeast and fungi
- Active Ingredient witch hazel to reduce inflammation and relieve pruritus (itching)
- Pure French lavender essential oil for a calming clean scent wile serving as an antiseptic
For a full list of the ingredients and to lean more about Soothe ‘N Moist, please visit our website: http://www.pinnaclifeanimalhealth.com/antipruritic-shampoo
Chlorhexidine digluconate is used in select Pinnaclife Animal Health products as an antiseptic to fight off bacteria, yeast, and fungi that may infect wounds or the skin.
Chlorhexidine is a safe and effective FDA approved antiseptic used to decrease bioburden (the number of bacteria living on a surface that has not been sterilized) and reduce the risk of infection. Chlorhexidine is the preferred antimicrobial agent in many common products including contact lens solution, mouthwashes, antiseptics and even surgical scrubs. It has efficacy against a wide variety of pathogens including gram +/- bacteria, yeast, and fungi.
An added benefit of chlorhexidine is that it binds with proteins on skin providing residual antimicrobial effects that can help extend the duration of antimicrobial protection for several hours.
For more information on the products and ingredients, please feel free to visit our website! www.pinnaclifeanimalhealth.com
Denatonium Benzoate-That bitter taste!
Some of the Pinnaclife Animal Health products feature “Deterrent” versions that work to keep animals from licking and chewing at their wounds or sores due to the unpleasant taste. These products contain a non-toxic, potent bittering agent called denatonium benzoate.
Denatonium benzoate is generally regarded as having the most bitter taste of any compound known to science. It is globally accepted and is require by law to be included in some products as a safe and effective deterrent. Both the National Safety Council and the American Medical Association recommend adding the ingredient as a deterrent in products that may be ingested by children and pets. It is mandatory in antifreeze.
While having a very foul taste, the ingredient is harmless to people, animals, plants, and the environment. Denatonium benzoate is not irritating to the eyes or skin and is not considered to be a skin sensitizer. The available data indicate that denatonium benzoate does not damage genetic material and does not represent a carcinogenic concern.
The Pinnaclife Animal Health products are specifically labeled deterrent or non-deterrent. When applying these products we recommend wearing gloves, so you don’t get the bitter taste!
A four year-old female spayed bull dog cross presented for consultation to the Animal Dermatology Clinic with a history of developing a severe skin infection following a cesarean section for difficulty during birth…
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Wound Shield Case Study
Pinnaclife will be attending the 2nd Annual Dermatology Forum September 18th-20th at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, CA.
This is an annual event hosted by the Animal Dermatology Clinic where veterinarians and technicians gather to meet veterinary dermatologist from around the country and to gain valuable CE (Continuing Education).
The doctors of Animal Dermatology Clinic will be presenting the latest information, tools, tips and techniques in the field of veterinary dermatology. Dr. Wayne Rosenkrantz and Dr. Craig Griffin, who helped develop the Pinnaclife animal health products, will be among the lecturers at the forum.