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Ermidra® Skin Rehydrating Leave-On Cleansing Foam for Dogs & Cats

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SRP £21.95

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Ermidra® Skin Rehydrating Leave-On Foam quickly and effectively washes and refreshes the skin without the need for water. It keeps pets clean between washes and eliminates bad odours. Its’ soothing properties help with sensitive itchy skin. 

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Product Details

Ermidra® Foam is an easy-to-use foam that quickly cleanses the coat and moisturises the skin. Leave-on formula that does not require rinsing. Ideal for pet's who have difficulty bathing or when bathing is not an option. It moisturises and softens dry skin which helps reduce itch. Ideal for dogs and cats with sensitive skin. It quickly hydrates dry, flakey skin to reduce dandruff. Use regularly to leave hair silky shiny and flake-free. 


Shake the container and distribute the cleansing foam evenly over the animal’s coat. Rub against the direction of the hair growth as required, to allow the product to penetrate deeper. Leave to work for a few minutes and then comb through. No need to rinse. 

Ermidra® Skin Rehydrating Leave-On Foam for Dogs & Cats is available in the following size:
  • 200ml Bottle
Key Benefits
  • Washes and refreshes the skin without the need for water
  • Keeps pets clean between baths
  • Cleansing and rehydrating
  • Moisturises, soothes and softens
  • Soothes dry, itchy skin
  • Eliminates bad odours
  • Leaves hair silky and shiny
  • Product Composition
    Oat Milk, Chlorhexidine Digluconate, Betaine, Isotridecanol Ethoxylated, Propylene Glycol, Fragrance, Deionised Water
Reviews (25)

What our vet says

What our vet says
"Some pets cannot, or will not, take a bath! This foam works quickly and effectively to wash and refresh your pet's skin and coat - without the need for water. It can also soothe itchy skin. Shake the bottle and smooth over your pet's coat. Then rub against the direction of hair growth. Leave to work and then comb through. Job done!"
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)