Zymox Enzymatic RinseThis page contains information on Zymox Enzymatic Rinse for veterinary use.
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Zymox Enzymatic RinseThis treatment applies to the following species:
LP3 ENZYME SYSTEM
Skin Therapy for Pets
Gentle on the skin yet tough on bacterial and fungal infections
Contains Natural Enzymes: Lactoperoxidase, Lactoferrin and Lysozyme
ZYMOX® Rinse provides a powerful protective barrier against minor skin inflammations and surface irritations due to bacterial and fungal microorganisms. ZYMOX® Rinse utilizes three enzymes needed to provide the most complete topical protection available for your pet. Made of natural ingredients, ZYMOX® Rinse is safe and gentle enough to be used on all ages and sizes of pets.
Each enzyme has shown to be independently potent and when combined, packs a powerful punch. This natural defense system is found and produced in milk so is safe and gentle on your pet.
Directions For Use
Recommended for use after ZYMOX® Shampoo. Apply ZYMOX® Rinse directly to wet fur and massage in thoroughly. Leave on to dry for optimal antimicrobial protection or lightly rinse. For severe problem areas, ZYMOX® Rinse may be applied full strength as a cream and left on to dry.
WarningFor external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If condition worsens, consult your veterinarian. Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children.
Ingredients: Biotin, Cetrimonium Chloride, Cyclomethicone, Lactoferrin, Lactoperoxidase, Lysozyme, Natural Fragrance, Potassium Iodide, Purified Water, Vita-Protein Complex, Zinc Gluconate.
Manufactured by Laclede, Inc. for PKB Animal Health
Made in USA
12 FL. OZ. (355 ml)
For Animal Use Only
NAC No.: 1324005.1
PKB Animal Health
710 VANDUSTRIAL DR., WESTMONT, IL, 60559
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