DermaPet MalAcetic Shampoo for Dogs and Cats
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Dermapet Malacetic Shampoo For Dogs And Cats


Rating: 4.7

Average rating from 3 reviews.

(4.7 out of 5, based on 3 reviews)

This patented, pleasant smelling, acetic acid/boric acid shampoo is a revolutionary breakthrough in topical dermatology therapy. Modeled after the widely accepted DermaPet Ear/Skin Cleanser and the gentle, elegant DermaPet Hypo-A Allergenic Conditioning Shampoo, it is all natural and contains no soaps, dyes or animal protein. Acetic and Boric Acids have been used since medieval times for various maladies. Acetic acid is a known conditioner for hair leaving it clean, soft and lustrous while removing soap, scales, dandruff and other residue. This product is keratolytic, keratoplastic, deodorizing, de-skunking, degreasing arid should be a substitute for Benzoyl peroxide, sulfur/salicylic acid, tar, chlorhexidinc and ether products. MalAcetic may do to the shampoo market what Frontline and Advantage did to flea dips, collars and sprays.
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Kaitlynn s.
Rating: 4

Nice shampoo

posted 7 years ago

this gets my puppys fur nice and smooth and it smells nice too! it enen is gentle enough to use on cats!

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Rating: 5

Great product, really serves its purpose!

posted 8 years ago

Use a lot of this stuff at my Vet Clinic. We see a lot of dogs with terrible allergies(especially during flea season). Medicated baths really seem to relieve a lot of the itching. We soap a dog up, allow them to sit 5-10 minutes, rince and repeat. This shampoo helps remove a lot of the redness as well. I would recommend that the shampoo be done at least once a week for any kind of real results if allergy problems persist. Other wise anti-histamines and possible steroid injections may come into play.
If your dog has really sensative skin this works well too. Smell has gotten better over the years, doesn't smell like a flea dip. Over all good product.

Pros: Allergy friendly shampoo

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