Our gentle Anicura Dog Gel is designed to soothe and restore dry, irritated and inflamed skin, rashes, scabs, cuts and grazes, small wounds and sores, hot spots and pet acne.
The cooling texture of the Gel instantly calms the skin, discouraging your pet from scratching, licking or rubbing the area – giving it time to heal. Meanwhile, the key powerhouse ingredients in the Gel reduce inflammation and help nourish the skin back to health.
- Omega-rich formula to hydrate, calm & soothe the skin
- Forms a soft layer over the skin to lock in moisture and provide protection
- With antibacterial Apple Cider Vinegar and skin-boosting Sea Buckthorn
- Easy application for more sensitive areas like the face & paw pads
- Safe when accidentally ingested
Anicura Dog Gel is designed to soothe and calm dry, angry-looking skin. The strong combination of Sea Buckthorn and Apple Cider Vinegar will deeply moisturize the skin. Both ingredients also calm and soothe skin, whilst providing nourishment and leaving the skin feeling and looking healthy.
The Gel is safe if ingested, so if your dog does try to lick it after you apply, don't worry! However, we do want the Gel to have time to work, so we recommend the following distraction techniques:
- Feeding your dog as soon as you have applied the Gel
- Playing with your dog straight after application
The Gel can be used on broken skin and is great at helping small wounds heal. So if your dog has scratched her or himself and has a sore, give the Gel a try!
If your dog has larger areas of itchiness, dryness or flakiness, consider using the Dog Spray. The Dog Spray is designed to cover larger areas, whereas the Gel provides more targeted relief.
Aqua, Glycerin (Vegetable), Xanthan Gum, Fruit Acetic Acid (Apple Cider Vinegar), Hippophae Rhaminoides Oil (Sea Buckthorn Oil), Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.
We recommend applying the Gel 3 – 4 times per day to start with (although you will not do any harm if you feel you need to apply more frequently than this). With clean hands, gently massage it into the affected area, or dab on if the skin is very sore. When you start to see an improvement, you can reduce down to 1 – 2 times per day. It doesn’t sting, so it should be a nice experience for your dog as it will calm the area.