Maxi/Guard Zn7 Derm

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Maxi/Guard Zn7 Derm

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Addison

Natural

Antipruritic/Fosters Healing

Skin Care Formula

For Veterinary Use Only

Neutralized Zinc (pH 6.8-7.0)

Maxi/Guard Zn7 Derm Indications

A protective counterirritant topical to aid in the management of superficial wounds, abrasions or raw skin of dogs or cats. Zn7® Derm is a natural neutralized zinc topical that provides relief from itching and drying of raw skin conditions. Can be used as an adjunct to antibiotic or steroid therapy.

Directions For Use

Thoroughly clean and dry the skin to be treated. Using a clean finger or swab applicator, apply a thin layer over areas twice daily. Areas may be bandaged or exposed. Please consult your veterinarian for additional advice or clinical evaluation.

INGREDIENTS: Deionized Water, Glycerin, Carboxymethylcellulose, Zinc Gluconate, L-lysine, Taurine, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.

Precautions

If no improvement is observed within 7 days of treatment, consult your veterinarian.

Keep out of reach of children.

Addison Biological Laboratory, Inc., 507 North Cleveland Avenue, Fayette, Missouri 65248 U.S.A.

www.addisonlabs.com

1 FL. OZ. (29.5ml)

Rev. 06/06

2 FL. OZ. (60ml)

 

NAC No.: 11270032

ADDISON BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY, INC.
507 NORTH CLEVELAND AVE., FAYETTE, MO, 65248
Telephone:   660-248-2215
Order Desk:   800-331-2530
Fax:   660-248-2554
Website:   www.addisonlabs.com
Email:   info@addisonlabs.com
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