Item #: 26367-264
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- Sebolux® Shampoo removes the scales and crusts associated with seborrhea and other nonspecific dermatoses
- Contains 2% Solubilized Sulfur and 2% Salicylic Acid.
- Slowly releases ingredients for long-lasting relief
- Unique formula leaves the skin clean and the coat soft
- For topical use on dogs, cats and horses
Sebolux® Medicated Shampoo is a unique antiseborrheic and keratoplastic shampoo. It removes the scales and crusts associated with seborrhea and other nonspecific dermatoses while leaving the skin clean and the coat soft and lustrous. Sebolux® contains Spherulites®, a patented encapsulation system that provides a slow release of ingredients long after the product has been applied giving your pet long-lasting relief. It also has Chitosanide, a natural biopolymer which creates a protective film on the skin and hair. This reinforces the hydrating and restoring effects of the formulation and protects the skin against damage from the environment. For use on dogs, cats and horses of any age. Sorry, this product cannot be shipped to CA.
For animal use only.
For topical use only on dogs, cats and horses.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Store at controlled room temperature of 59° - 86° F (15° – 30° C).
Active ingredients: Solubilized sulfur (equivalent to 2% elemental sulfur), 2% Salicylic Acid.
Other ingredients: Water, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Lauryl Glucoside, Spherulites, Glycerin, Lauramide DEA, Chitosanide, Sodium Hydroxide and fragrance.
Chitosanide, Glycerin, Salicylic Acid and Sulfur are present in encapsulated (Spherulites) and free forms. Urea is present in encapsulated form.
May also contain Lactic Acid.
Directions for Use: Shake well before use. Wet the hair coat with warm water and apply a sufficient amount of shampoo to create a rich lather. Massage Sebolux Medicated Shampoo into wet hair coat, lather freely. Rinse and repeat. Allow to remain on hair coat for 5 to 10 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with clean water.
Frequency of Use: Initially, two to three times a week for four weeks, then reducing to once a week, or as directed by your veterinarian.
Avoid contact with eyes.