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Aniwell FiltaBac Cream

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Aniwell FiltaBac Cream

FiltaBac Cream can be used as sun block and is also an antibacterial skin protection for broken skin, grazes, cuts and bites.
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FiltaBac is an antibacterial cream that can be used to treat a whole range of problems in cats, dogs and horses. FiltaBac protects broken skin, grazes, cuts, bites and girth rub by forming a protective layer over the area affected, stopping any external irritants from getting into the wound/broken skin and contaminating it. FiltaBac contains Titanium Dioxide, which gives the cream its adhesive function. However, FiltaBac allows the skin to breathe, meaning that the skin can still repair itself and new skin can grow. It does not react or irritate your animal’s skin, making it easier to apply as it will not cause your animal any discomfort.
FiltaBac can also be used as a sun screen for your animals as it contains both Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide. When these two ingredients are combined, they reflect the sunlight so the skin cannot absorb the damaging sun rays. While the FiltaBac cream is visible on your animal’s skin, your animal is protected. Once the cream has turned transparent, it is no longer protecting the animal so the FiltaBac must be reapplied as soon as possible.

Barrier Cover Protection Film: Apply a covering layer of FiltaBac at least daily to cuts, include saddle and girth rub in horses. Clean the affected area, remove any excess serum with antiseptic solution or mild soap and water. Rinse well and apply FiltaBac liberally to cover area. If conditon fails to respond seek veterinary advice.

Sunfilter: Apply a thin layer each morning to exposed areas. For horses, up to 3 times a day, for dogs apply up to 3 times a day, for cats seek veterinary advice.