Dermal Oil

Natural healthy skin barrier


Our pet’s skin is a delicate organ and at times it may require the added benefit of a topical barrier. Dermal Oil is an easy to use naturopathic formulation providing a protective film for your pet’s skin. Ideal for wound management, wound dressing and reducing trauma at dressing change.

(2 customer reviews)

$24.33

Support Your Pets Health For Life

Dermal Oil is a deeply nourishing oil, formulated with 4 essential ingredients. Suitable for use on dogs, cats, horses and small animals of all ages

$24.33

Description

Our pet’s skin is a delicate organ, helping prevent exposure to things in the environment such as bacteria. However, there are times when your pet’s skin may need the added benefit of a topical barrier to help protect against contamination of the skin.
Dermal Oil is easy to use and spreads over the skin easily, leaving a protective film. Because Dermal Oil acts as a protective barrier, it is also ideal for wound management, wound dressing and to reduce trauma at dressing change.
Dermal Oil uses 4 key ingredients blended to a specific ratio in order to leave a natural protective barrier for skin health.

Ingredients

• Neem seed oil

• Comfrey oil

• Lavender essential oil

• Eucalyptus essential oil

Directions & Dosages

Apply liberally to skin or appropriate dressing once or twice daily

Delivery: Oil

Contraindications: Deep puncture wounds

*Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, seek animal naturopathic advice

FAQ's

Yes, Dermal Oil is very safe to use on all skin types, including noses, paws and tummies.

Dermal Cream is a similar product but with a rich, creamy feel, while Dermal Oil is an oily substance. Dermal Cream is an excellent moisturising product for dry and damaged skin, while Dermal Oil is an effective product to nourish the skin and includes eucalyptus oil as a natural skin barrier.

Yes, Dermal Oil is made from all natural ingredients and is completely safe if your pet licks it off their skin.

Yes, it is very safe to use on broken skin, cuts and grazes affecting the epidermis and dermis layers. The only time we recommend not using Dermal Oil on very deep wounds and gashes affecting the deeper hypodermis layers, which are made of body fat and connective tissue. These wounds generally need stitches and should heal more slowly than the top layers of the skin.

(2 customer reviews)

2 reviews for Dermal Oil

  1. C

    Carol

    This product is the only thing that will get through my dog’s thick coat and treat the infection/fungus. I find this an extremely beneficial in easing any itching on their skin. Carol

  2. B

    Bri

    Other than cortisone, which for obvious reasons we don’t want to regularly give to our 17 year old dog, this is the only thing we’ve found to be effective on our girl’s extremely sensitive, hyper-allergic skin. The only reason I hesitated to rate it 5 stars is the smell! But this is unavoidable with neem oil and will dissipate after a day. Much rather have a dog smelling like garlic for a day than one who scratches and bites herself to bleeding! Thank you!

    • N

      Natural Animal Solutions

      Hello Bri,
      Thank you for the rating. Neem Seed Oil is certainly a unique smell. Some people love it and others not so much 🙂 We are so pleased that your pet is getting the full benefit of Dermal Oil, which is often overlooked for sensitive skin.

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2 reviews for Dermal Oil

  1. C

    Carol

    This product is the only thing that will get through my dog’s thick coat and treat the infection/fungus. I find this an extremely beneficial in easing any itching on their skin. Carol

  2. B

    Bri

    Other than cortisone, which for obvious reasons we don’t want to regularly give to our 17 year old dog, this is the only thing we’ve found to be effective on our girl’s extremely sensitive, hyper-allergic skin. The only reason I hesitated to rate it 5 stars is the smell! But this is unavoidable with neem oil and will dissipate after a day. Much rather have a dog smelling like garlic for a day than one who scratches and bites herself to bleeding! Thank you!

    • N

      Natural Animal Solutions

      Hello Bri,
      Thank you for the rating. Neem Seed Oil is certainly a unique smell. Some people love it and others not so much 🙂 We are so pleased that your pet is getting the full benefit of Dermal Oil, which is often overlooked for sensitive skin.

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