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Ermidra® Itchy Skin Relief Spray for Dogs & Cats

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  • £15.32 300ml bottle
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Ermidra® Spray is a rehydrating spray for dogs & cats, particularly used during the summer months or where there is time spent in enclosed and heated environments. This spray can also be useful in the management of oily skin, crusts or scale.  

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SKU
3643
Product Details

Ermidra® Spray is specially formulated to hydrate the skin and normalise skin condition. It provides a fresh scent to help with bad bodly odours, while protecting, moisturising and nourishing the skin. This easy-to-use spray soothes itchy skin and leaves hair silky and shiny. It refreshes the skin and coat without the need for water. 

Instructions

Shake well before use. Apply the product abundantly over the entire coat until skin is damp. In the case of animals with a thick or long coat, spray against the hair. Do not rinse or dry. Use the spray several times during the day. There is no need to rinse the spray or bath with water. Let it penetrate through the hair and comb through to let it seep through to the skin. 

Sizes
Ermidra® Itchy Skin Relief Spray for Dogs & Cats is available in the following size:
  • 300ml Bottle
Key Benefits
  • Soothes red, itchy skin
  • Moisturising and conditioning
  • Fresh scent helps with pet odours
  • No water needed
Ingredients
  • Product Composition
    Zinc Gluconate, Epilobium Angustifolium Extract, D-panthenol, Cyclodextrins, Liposomes, Propylene Glycol and Glycerine
Reviews (26)
4.4/5

What our vet says

What our vet says
"If your pet's skin needs some extra moisturisation, this spray is safe, soothing and easy to use. Just like us, dry skin might affect your pet during summer months or in closed heated environments. Dry skin can become itchy and uncomfortable. Simply shake well and spray until the skin and coat are damp. There's no need to rinse."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)