Kerato-Seborrheic disorders (also referred to as “seborrhea”) can take on multiple forms. Skin can be dry, flaky, greasy or combination, and can have a bad odor. DOUXO® Seborrhea products can help manage all types of seborrhea and help restore the skin of your dog or cat to health.
What is DOUXO® Seborrhea?
DOUXO® Seborrhea products contain a unique combination of Phytosphingosine with soothing and moisturizing ingredients. This family of products is designed to restore the skin barrier, while re-balancing the production of sebum and skin cell turnover to bring the skin back to normal.
A clinical study showed that using DOUXO® Seborrhea Shampoo and Micro-emulsion Spray is an easier and equally effective alternative to shampoo-only therapies.2
- Helps manage dry, combination, or greasy skin
- Helps maintain normal production of sebum and skin cell turnover
- Helps restore the skin barrier
DOUXO® Seborrhea contains Phytosphingosine
DOUXO® Seborrhea contains the molecule Phytosphingosine, a pro-ceramide to help rebuild the natural ceramides to support a healthy skin barrier.
Phytosphingosine is a key player in helping maintain a healthy skin barrier. A healthy skin barrier:
- Retains moisture
- Maintains normal bacterial and yeast flora
- Helps balance microflora
- Ensures normal cell turnover
Protocol for use
Before use consult with your veterinarian on the best protocol for your pet. Download this protocol sheet to take to your veterinary office for usage instructions on your pet.
Use 1 of these products every 3 days for best results
Once a week, bathe with the Shampoo to clean and deodorize the skin and hair.
Then, every 3 days use either the Mousse or Micro-Emulsion Spray to help moisturize and reduce any itch or inflammation.
Once a week
Your veterinarian may recommend one pipette a week of DOUXO® Seborrhea Spot-on, that is applied directly onto the skin.
1.BIO’SAT Quantitative Study of 250 veterinarians geographically representative of North American practices. Dermatology Products for Cats and Dogs Among Veterinary Practitioners. November 2016.
2. Bourdeau P., Method for evaluation of topical treatment in seborrheic dogs: application to a comparison of 3 protocols using new concepts. 21st Annual Conference of the North American Veterinary Dermatology Forum; (Abstract) Apr 2006.