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Be Soothed. Tea Tree Oil Skin Relief
Be Soothed. Tea Tree Oil Skin Relief 298 301
Tea Tree Oil Lacy my long haired terrier is scratching less, and I can finally sleep at night:-) 05/16/2011
great A great product. works really well. now if i can get rid of his odor. 05/12/2011
Excellent product! Our shepherd/collie has been chewing herself raw, creating bald spots on various parts of her body every winter since we got her. Since it's only during the winter months, we figured it was due to dry skin, and when I read about this product, decided we could give it a try. As someone else mentioned, the smell is a bit nasty, but for the immediate relief the spray seems to give her, we'll suffer with it! Super easy to use! If we catch her chewing on herself, we grab the bottle and give her a couple sprays to the area. It must work on contact, and we've never seen her go back to a treated spot yet. Have never seen her licking it off either. Your people told me this stuff will be "good" for years, so we shouldn't have any more problems with the itching she was suffering from . Thanks for a great product! 03/31/2011
BE SOOTHED product review: As a more holistic oriented vet, I am always looking for natural alternatives to treating the always frustrating skin cases we are presented with in every day veterinary practice. This wonderful topical product has a wide variety of potential applications in various skin conditions. Not only does the tea tree oil help against overgrowth of bacteria and fungi, which are often secondary complications in dogs with various types of allergies and hormonal disorders, but the oil is also very soothing and pain relieving in those itchy dogs with allergic areas of inflammation known as hot spots. For those into natural skin treatments for their pets, I will often combine using such a topical product on affected areas of skin, along with all natural yucca intensive, also available from 1800petmeds. With antioxidant supplements like proanthozone, as well as fatty acids like Super Omega 3 from 1800petmeds, one can often use lower amounts of both topical drugs and oral drugs like cortisone, strong anti fungal drugs and antibiotics, which can sometimes be overused in veterinary practice. The only rare side effects I have seen are occasional a pet can be irritated or have a contact sensitivity to this product, but this is very rare. Clients should also know that this product should not be used on cats My overall rating of this product is a 4.5. Its efficacy is a 5 and its ease of use a 5 as well. 01/13/2009
Great product that's easy to use. I keep this on hand and use it on my Yorkie when her skin seems irritated. It soothes her and calms the irritation and makes her more comfortable. I would highly recommend it. 03/26/2015
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If I use this on my dogs hot spots on the insides of her hind legs and she licks this, will it harm her?
Answer:I put it on her hind legs and she licks it she alright i wouldn't use nothing that would hurt her.
Answer:Thank you for your question. No, this will not harm your furry pal if they happen to lick the area in which you have sprayed.
what if my dog leak her skin after applying this product, is it harmful?
Answer:It apparently is safe. My dog did lick several times at first and suffered no consequences. It lists "surfactants" in small amount, so pets can't DRINK it of course, but it shouldn't harm them to lick some off!
Answer:Thank you for your question. Normally, the dog will not lick this product off but if they do, there have been no reported side effects.
Answer:I use the shampoo and spray but i don;t put it by her eyes are her face.i wash her face with soap.
Answer:Thank you for your question. It is not suggested to use on the nose due to it being so closed to the nose and mouth.
My husband read the back of the bottle and said it was fine to use on my cat with allergic dermatitis, so I did, and then I read the back of the bottle and saw where it clearly states NOT to use on cats. What symptoms should I look for if she is having an allergic reaction?
Answer:Thank your for your question. Please consult with your vet as Tea Tree Oil is harmful to cats. We hope they feel better!
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