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GE Barrier Medicated Shampoo

R 220.00

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Barrier Medicated Shampoo is a routine shampoo for cats, dogs and horses and can also be used for the treatment of acute superficial pyoderma, chronic deep pyoderma, allergic skin disease with secondary Mallassezia Sp and Staphylococcus Sp pyoderma, primary and secondary seborrhea, demodex or sarcoptic mange and also as an adjunctive therapy for dermatophtosis.

It comes in a 250ml bottle.

Composition: A soap base containing Lanolin derivatives, Vitamin E, Skin Moisturisers and the active ingredient Chlorodiphenylcarbamidediphenylether Bromonitrotrimethyleneglycol

For external use only. Wet your pet thoroughly with warm water, apply the shampoo to the coat and lather. Rinse the soap off thoroughly.

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Sandra
Placed order 2 weeks ago no refund no order?

No product no refund, on on their website product still shows as in stock. Barrier shampoo? Paid R880 over two weeks ago.

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Lourdes R.

A LOVLEY PRODUCT

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Kelly B.
Its a good start!

Our Max still has skin issues, we are dealing with it in multiple ways. We used the shampoo a second time today, holding thumbs :)

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Sue

Fantastic

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Christine
Amazing

GE barrier medicated shampoo is amazing, only shampoo that works for hot spots on my Goldie

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