New Spoo Bar for Tough Skin Problems
Hot spots, itchy skin and skin infections are the most common skin conditions in pets, the most searched pet-related terms on the internet and the prevailing reason for visits to the veterinary’s office. Today, DERMagic Skin Care for Animals unveiled the Lemongrass Spearmint Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar, its newest product for treating and preventing such skin issues.
All-natural and made from certified organic coconut, castor, sunflower, jojoba, and olive oils, DERMagic’s Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar is the first step in treating dogs with serious skin conditions such as mange, hot spots, alopecia X, and yeast infections.
DERMagic utilizes sulfur and Neem oil to naturally kill mites, bacteria and fungus(including yeast), and lemongrass and spearmint for their fresh-smelling, flea repellent qualities. Followed by DERMagic’s Skin Rescue Lotion and used as directed, it’s a proven system that DERMagic supports with a money-back guarantee.
“Initial users are dubbing this the ‘healing bar’ for its instrumental role in resolving even the most serious skin conditions in dogs,” said founder of DERMagic Dr. Adelia Ritchie. “Our organic Shampoo Bars contain no preservatives nor sulfates and other harsh chemicals, providing the perfect first step to restoring a dog’s skin to good health. We’re thrilled to offer this safe yet powerful cleansing bar to our line of grooming and skin rescue products for furry family members.”
The Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar is part of the DERMagic certified organic shampoo bar line up, which includes Rosemary Lavender, Peppermint Tea Tree Oil and Lemon Eucalyptus bars. DERMagic Shampoo Bars are designed to produce a rich lather and last longer than a 16 ounce bottle of liquid shampoo. The DERMagic Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar retails for $11.95 and is available for purchase online at www.DERMagic.com and in fine stores, boutiques and dog spas throughout North America. DERMagic Shampoo Bars are made in the USA, are packaged in a recycled, recyclable box, and for every ten shampoo bars sold, a native tree is planted.