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glycoZoo Conditioning SprayThis treatment applies to the following species:
2% Glycolic Acid (Alpha-Hydroxy Acid)
2% Boric Acid
FOR DOGS, CATS & HORSES
glycoZoo™ Spray is an elegant, cleansing, lipolytic, moisturizing and deodorizing formulation.
glycoZoo™ Spray’s moisturizing factors, alpha-hydroxy acids and ceramides combine to bind moisture to skin and restore luster to hair and skin. For use on dogs, cats and horses with normal, dry, oily, scaly skin and/or coat. Aids in the topical treatment of seborrhea complex and as a broad spectrum conditioner where Glycolic Acid and/or Boric Acid may be beneficial. Ceramides aid in restoring moisture to dry and damaged skin.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.
CONTAINS: 2% Glycolic Acid, 2% Boric Acid with Ceramides.
Directions For Use
For dry application: apply glycoZoo™ Spray directly. Allow to dry on coat. For wet application or after shampooing: remove excess moisture and apply glycoZoo™ Spray directly to skin by parting hairs, then continue grooming as usual. Use as often as needed to maintain coat luster and healthy skin.
glycoZoo Conditioning Spray Caution
For topical use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of the reach of children and pets.
AVAILABLE THROUGH LICENSED VETERINARIANS ONLY.
MADE IN THE USA.
Manufactured for: DermaZoo™ LLC
Net Contents: 8 fl. oz. (237 mL)
NAC No.: 1693001.0
8909 IVERLEIGH COURT, POTOMAC, MD, 20854
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