What is Nature’s Aid Soothing Gel for Pets?
It’s a natural first aid remedy that can be used for a wide assortment of issues, from cracked paw pads to hot spots, dry and itchy skin, and more!
Made with quality ingredients known for their antibacterial, anti-fungal and skin soothing properties such as Aloe Vera, Tea Tree oil, Vitamin E, Witch Hazel, and Rosemary, the gel works deep into the skin to help heal while reducing pain, irritation and inflammation.
It is the must-have product for every pet parent that worries about what they use on their pets.
Some of the most common pet uses include:
Allergic Dermatitis: An allergic skin reaction that can be caused by foods, grooming products and/or environmental factors. Nature’s Aid can help soothe these irritations and reduce inflammation.
Atopy: A reaction to environmental allergens like grasses, dust mites, and pollen. Reactions can often be seasonal but symptoms can occur throughout the year. Like with Allergic Dermatitis, Nature’s Aid can help soothe any irritation and reduce inflammation.
Folliculitis: A skin condition in which hair follicles become inflamed. It’s usually caused by a bacterial or fungal infection. Nature’s Aid will help to heal the infection and reduce any inflammation.
Hot Spots: An acute moist dermatitis, defined by red, moist, hot and irritated lesions that are typically found on a dog’s head, hip or chest. Nature’s aid will help to soothe the irritation and promote faster healing of any lesions.
Impetigo: A bacterial infection more common in puppies that causes pus-filled blisters, usually on the hairless portion of the abdomen. Nature’s Aid can help heal the infection and protect the surrounding skin from additional damage.
Mange: A skin condition that results from tiny parasites and can cause intense itching, sores, red skin patches, and hair loss. Nature’s Aid can help soothe and heal damaged skin caused by mange while aiding in the healing process.
Ringworm: A fungal infection that is identified by the circular patches found on a dog’s head, paws, ears, and forelegs. Consequently, it can cause inflammation, scaly patches, and hair loss. Nature’s Aid can be used to soothe the skin and speed the healing process.
The gel is also great for… aches blemishes burns calluses canine pyoderma clipper burns cracked paw cuts and scrapes dry (sensitive) skin inflammation insect bites reduce / prevent scarring sore teats speeds scab formation seborrhoea and so much more…