For the treatment of scaling, flaking skin conditions (seborrhoea) in cats and dogs, Sebazole offers Strong anti-fungal action.
For the treatment in cats and dogs of keratinisation disorders (seborrhoea) associated with bacterial (Staphylococcal) and yeast (Malassezia) overgrowth, Sebazole aids in the treatment of fungal overgrowth (Dermatophytes: Microsporum, Trichophyton) and pyoderma in dogs and cats.
- Antipruritic shampoo for greasy, infected, smelly skin
- Keratolytic and keratoplastic actions
- For dogs or cats
- Ideal for scaling, flaking skin conditions (seborrhoea)
Strong anti-fungal action
Offers broad-spectrum activity against fungi (dermatophytes), yeasts and moulds.
Removes greasy, crusty residue on skin
Contains sulphur and sodium salicylate which soften, loosen & remove (keratolytic effect) scales and crusts associated with seborrhoea– and which have a healing (keratoplastic) effect on the skin.
Antibacterial and antiseptic
Combats the causative organisms of seborrhoea disorders including M. pachydermatis and Staphylococcus intermedius
Sebazole shampoo offers broad-spectrum antibacterial action & aids in the treatment of ringworm.
Why have Sulfphur and Sodium Salicylate in Sebazole?
Sodium Thiosulphate and Sodium Salicylate have been retained to change the skin environment and enhance penetration of the other antibacterial and antifungal ingredients in Sebazole. This results in a product with strong and specific actives covering a wide range of offending organisms whilst still being able to clean the skin and provide an environment for these actives to work.
Can Sebazole be used in puppies and kittens?
Sebazole is a topical shampoo that is not specifically contra-indicated for use in puppies and kittens when used according to the label instructions. If young animals have a serious skin disorder that requires treating it is more beneficial to treat topically than not to treat at all. Medicated shampoos are applied and rinsed off so there is time for the actives to work but the residual toxicity will be less (negligible) than other parenteral forms of antifungals. Multiple dose safety studies have been conducted in young pups and kittens with no problems being detected.
How effective is Sebazole at controlling ringworm?
Ringworm is just a specific form of fungal infection (dermatophyte) so Sebazole will be very effective. It is often local (a few affected areas) rather than generalised so Sebazole™ may be all that is required. For generalised cases you will find that the affected animal is in need of many therapies, including antibiotic and/or antifungal tablets, so Sebazole™ should be used as one of the approaches to treatment.
Econazole nitrate 10 mg/mL
Sulphur (as sodium thiosulphate 75mg) 19.4 mg/mL
Sodium salicylate 35 mg/mL
Chloroxylenol 5 mg/mL
2–3 applications per week for up to 4 weeks may be necessary for some skin disorders.