Dermacton !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Dr-Dolittle, Jul 15, 2011.


  1. Dr-Dolittle

    Dr-Dolittle PetForums Junior

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    hi alol, sorry for the capitals but i must get this thread read by as many people possible.

    as some of you know one of my puppies had a hair loss problem, well hair thinning. the other puppy also had a very slight bit on the top of her head.

    despite going to the vets i was not given the best advise and had been worrying like theres no tomorrow.

    after coming on here it was suggested to me to try it, i wasnt confident and suspicious that the reviews were fakes to help sell the product.

    i can officially say that dermacton is working ! the line down the back of my puppy has totally gone now (she had hair loss down spine).
    she still has a bit thats thin on head but im seeing it grow back bit by bit so the hair there is well on the way to recovery !

    i have ordered myself some more and will continue to use and promote it.

    if it helps someone else like it has helped me il be happ :)
     
  2. SixStar

    SixStar PetForums VIP

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    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

    So pleased it's working! :D

    I'm Dermactons biggest fan - goodness knows what they put in that bottle, but it works miracles :thumbup1:
     
  3. paddyjulie

    paddyjulie PetForums VIP

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    thumbs up from me also..after taking advice on here also for Mavis skin condition it has near on cleared up with Dermacton

    juliex
     
  4. cinnamontoast

    cinnamontoast ¡Me encantan las cabras!

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    From the vet or no prescription needed? Does it work on scar tissue?
     
  5. MissBexi

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    Oo... Kyle has some hair loss.. This could be helpful..
     
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    MissBexi PetForums VIP

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    I've seen this advertised in Your Dog magazine.. Which would you recommend? Kyle isn't happy with his legs being played with, which we just discovered.. He just runs off, would shampoo be best?
     
  8. Sled dog hotel

    Sled dog hotel PetForums VIP

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    Really glad its working, I know you were pleased after a few days with the dissapearance of the dry flakey skin and the coat looked better, great news hair has grown back too.
     
  9. Sled dog hotel

    Sled dog hotel PetForums VIP

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    There is a shampoo bar, ointment and a pump spray from
    Aromesse Natural Animal Healthcare Products for Dogs, Cats and Horses
    They do ear cleaner and drops too for itchy ears
     
  10. Dr-Dolittle

    Dr-Dolittle PetForums Junior

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    hi all sorry for the delay in replying, been working and studying so hard :(

    it is brought online so no need for vet.

    i brought the soap bar and the spray, i have been bathing with the soap bar once a week, and using the spray daily, sometimes twice a day depending how much they have rolled around outside lol

    its works miracles, i can not believe it has worked like this. has to be the 1st product ive ever used that does what it actually says :thumbsup:
     
  11. Dr-Dolittle

    Dr-Dolittle PetForums Junior

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    forgot to add in 1st few weeks used spray 2-3 times daily, then i cut it down
     
  12. bulldogmummy

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    and if it doesnt work you have 100% money back guarentee what have you got to loose!! :D
     
  13. anazonerose

    anazonerose PetForums Newbie

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    The benefits of dermacton cream is stops itching and scratching, fast hair growth, encourages the natural healing process.It is easy and effective to use.
     
  14. Mbb1218

    Mbb1218 PetForums Newbie

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    My American bulldog has been suffering from allergies and yeast for so long ! I have tried everything recommended by the vet. I was wondering if dermacton would help with the yeast in between her toes, vagina, and butt?
    She is currently on natural balance legume and duck. I am giving her allergy pills and probiotics and digestive enzymes. She is constantly pink, stretching, licking her butt and biting it, biting her feet and licking it, and licking her vagina.
    Do you have any other recommendations and do you think she is a good fit for dermacton ?
     
  15. Lyceum

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    Here's a thread I posted about dermacton, with pics.

    http://www.petforums.co.uk/dog-health-nutrition/241712-dermacton-wow.html
     
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    Mbb1218 PetForums Newbie

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    Do you know if its safe to use around her vagina and butt area
     
  17. Sled dog hotel

    Sled dog hotel PetForums VIP

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    Here is the webssite with contact details, they do other products as well so may even be able to suggest something else otherwise.

    Dermacton - Skin Relief for Dogs with Itchy Skin
     
  18. Mbb1218

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    The colloidal silver spray seems great but I don't want to have to ship it from UK to USA. Should I just see how she does with dermacton spray first or should I try getting colloidal silver somewhere else, I know they sell it at the grocery stores. What do you suggest ?
     
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    Sled dog hotel PetForums VIP

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    Dermacton as you see has had really good results so may be worth trying that first.
     
  20. mollypip

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    Dermacton is an absolute miracle and saved my dog from having to take those awful steroids. Ive promoted it here also as I couldnt believe how good it was!!!

    SixStar - Im using this opportunity to let you know that the "mobile bones" supplement you so highly recommended and I bought after reading your praise on its effectiveness is absolutely brilliant, brilliant, brilliant - the two girls with the hip and back issues have improved that notch higher !!! definately excellent stuff!! (I still use all the other supplements but this product seems to be the icing on the cake!!) :D
     
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