Help, my four-legged friend has fleas or ticks! What to do now? Use Show Tech+ Flea & Tick Shampoo to solve this parasitic problem.
Effective shampoo treatment against fleas and ticks
To properly combat coat parasites, it is best to wash your pet with a special flea shampoo. This Flea & Tick shampoo is a safe and effective treatment against fleas, ticks and other parasites in dogs and cats. It is a product without traces of chemical insecticides and formulated with aloe vera and dimethicone.
The active ingredient dimethicone is a specific type of silicone that forms a gel-like layer around the crawling parasites when they come into contact with it. It blocks their muscles and joints and stops their breathing and physical mobility. They will fall off their host and can therefore be removed more easily.
The Flea & Tick shampoo is also enriched with aloe vera. This beneficial ingredient nourishes, sooths and moisturises. As a result, the skin will recover more quickly after insect bites and will be less irritated, while the animal will experience less itching and consequently scratch less.
It's all in the details
Using this shampoo is amazingly easy. It is immediately ready for use and does not need to be diluted.
Apply the undiluted shampoo to a wet coat, distribute it well over the entire coat and all parts of the body, massage thoroughly and let it work for at least 5 minutes. Rinse with warm water and repeat if necessary. Afterwards, wash the coat with a coat-specific shampoo.
To treat ticks in the coat, you can proceed in the same way. After use of this shampoo, approximately 20% of the ticks will let go of the skin. The remaining ticks may not yet be detached from the skin, but they will be immobilized by the active ingredients in the shampoo. Remove the remaining ticks using a tick remover.
WARNING: For external use only. Suitable for dogs from 12 weeks. Do not use on damaged skin. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with water. Do not use during pregnancy or lactation.
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