Bathing

Rinse-Free Solutions For Dogs

Make life easy

Shampooing a dog can be challenging. Usually, a medicated shampoo therapy is recommended 3 times a week for at least 3 weeks. 

77% of pet owners admit that they would not follow the recommended therapy even if they had to.

If shampoo is a problem, let DOUXO® Mousse or Micro-Emulsion Spray be the solution!

DOUXO® Mousse

Once the skin is cleaned with a shampoo, you can replace 2 shampoos each week with a DOUXO® Mousse and you'll receive the same benefits. It has been clinically proven by veterinarians.1,2

DOUXO® Mousse products contain many of the same active ingredients as the shampoo products. The mousse is a leave-on formulation, so no rinsing is required.  The active ingredients also stay in contact with your dog's skin longer than shampoo because they are not rinsed off.

            

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DOUXO® Micro-Emulsion Spray

Once the skin is cleaned with a shampoo, you can replace 2 shampoos each week with a DOUXO® Micro-emulsion Spray and you'll receive the same benefits. It has been clinically proven by veterinarians.

Micro-emulsion Spray uses a fine mist technology that delivers smaller droplets than traditional spray products. The technology also helps the product travel over the surface of the skin.

            

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Need a product for a small area of the skin?

DOUXO® Calm Gel

Great for treating skin lesions, hot spots, and spots of inflammation that are the target of itching.

DOUXO® Chlorhexidine Pads

A wipe for daily treatment of infected areas or antiseptic cleansing. Ideal for small, difficult to reach areas.

DOUXO® Seborrhea Spot-on

Helps manage flaky and/or dry, scaly skin and localized or generalized seborrheic skin lesions.

1.  Fantini O., Zemirline C., Belliard M., Lati E., Peno-Mazzarntier L., Gontier E., Ollivier E., Pin D. 2015. Restructuring effective of Phytosphingosine-containing shampoo and mousse on the cutaneous barrier in five atopic dogs: preliminary results of a field study.  Abstract presented at: European Society of Veterinary Dermatology Annual Meeting; Krakow, Poland.

2.  Pin D., Bekrich M., Fantini O., Noel G., Videmont E.  2014.  An Emulsion Restores the Skin Barrier by Decreasing the Skin pH and Inflammation in a Canine Experimental Model.  Journal of Comparative Pathology; Volume 150-151: Lyon, France.