Probiotic Hot Spot Hydrogel
Skout's Honor Probiotic Hot Spot Hydrogel adheres to the affected area to moisturize, prevent potential infection and promote optimal healing conditions with the natural benefits of aloe vera, hickory bark extract, alginate and topical probiotics.
About This Product
WATER (AQUA), NATURAL HICKORY BARK EXTRACT, PROBIOTIC BLEND ( ISOEICOSANE, HANSENULA, KLOECKERA, LACTOBACILLUS, LACTOCOCCUS, LEUCONOSTOC PEDIOCOCCUS, SACCHAROMYCES, FIG/LEMON FERMENT, SORBITAN OLEATE, CELLULOSE GUM AND CHITOSAN), ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE, ALGIN, CITRIC ACID.
Clean debris and remove excess hair from hot spot area. Saturate area with gel 3-4 times per day, or as needed.
Soothing, healing and protecting wounds including hot spots, skin abrasions, lacerations, cuts, burns and irritated skin.
This bottle contains a live, colony-forming probiotic kefir culture that supports a protective layer of beneficial bacteria to help naturally soothe irritated skin.
Good bacteria serve as a natural defense against the environmental damage and inflammation commonly associated with excessive shedding, itching, dryness, infection and odor. When applied to the skin, probiotics support the good bacteria that naturally calm inflammation and prevent bad bacteria from taking over.
What People Have to Say
Probiotic itch relief Awesome !!!!
This stuff is the Best.... I have used everything I can think of...out there on the market, for my baby girl...she is my 5 year old yorkie. She has terrible allergies, she itches herself until some on the areas on her back have turned into scabs. Since I got Probiotic Itch Relief ... I’ll use it when she starts itching, just comb it through the areas... it seems like almost instantaneously relief. Great stuff !!! Plus we now use the Probiotic Shampoo ... once a week ... She actually enjoys her baths .... her coat has changed tremendously and smells Great as well!
This has really helped my Chihuahua''s paws. He has terrible skin allergies in the summer. Can't wait to try the shampoo!
This seems to be working on a bare spot at the shoulders of my feral kitty buddy of 14 years.