Precision PES-Derm - 100ml Tube
is at the forefront of the equine skin care industry!
Our unique proprietary sources contain transforming Factor B, Collagen, elastin proteins and hyaluronic acid which are key proteins that supports the skin matrix and integrity. It also contains peptide hydrolase, which helps control and ease bruising and irritation of minor wounds. These ingredients combined, promote the re-growth of healthy tissue at a staggering rate while reducing the opportunity for secondary issues to occur.
Precision PES-Derm is the first skin care to combine these innovative ingredients on the market today.
Recommended by Veterinarians
What’s even better is that it works for all animal species!
• Increase in speed and health of tissue formation
• Debridement of necrotic tissue
• Helps Keeps proud flesh from forming
• Reduces scarring
• Easing bruising
• Mud fever
• Cuts and abrasions
• Post - surgical incisions
• Skin lacerations
• Skin irritations/rash
• Rain rot
• Safe for use on all animal species
• Speedy hair regrowth - ideal to use on exposed skin during the showing season and does not discolor the haircoat.
• Does not test
75% experienced an increase in red beefy granulation
Over 90% saw a measurable decrease in in wound size Precision PES-Derm™ Wound Gel is the first animal wound product to combine skin healing elements of NEM protein with the antimicrobial capacity of Benzalkonium Chloride.
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Benzalkonium Chloride (0.02%)
Water, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Juice
Proprietary source of Transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β, Collagen,
Elastin, Hyaluronic acid, Caflon BQC
Directions for use
Clean the area of skin irritation before application. Apply a thin layer of Precision PES-Derm skin care gel to the laceration surface and skin immediately surrounding the irritation.
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes; rinse immediately with cool tap water if contact occurs. Do not ingest. Keep out of reach of children. For animal use only. Discontinue if irritation occurs and contact your veterinarian.