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MAXI GUARD Zn7 Derm 2FL OZ (59ml)
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Manufacturer: MAXI/GUARD - Addison Biological Laboratory, Inc.
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MAXI/GUARD® Zn7® Derm -The industry's most recognized neutralized zinc based skin care topical. This counter-irritant provides soothing relief from itching and drying of raw skin conditions. This natural neutralized zinc topical is packaged in 1 and 2 ounce soft squeeze bottles as well as 2 and 4 ounce spray bottles.
How Does it Work?
To answer this question, we must ask how calamine lotion, the medical industry's most popular anti-pruritic, reduces itching. Calamine lotion, used since antiquity (Egyptian development), is zinc-based. Centuries ago, natural mineral deposits containing zinc carbonate were used for the zinc source. Today, a variety of zinc salts (zinc acetate, etc.) are used to manufacture calamine lotion. The zinc in calamine lotion offers modest bioavailability. The zinc in Zn7 Derm, complexed with L-lysine and taurine, is not only stabilized at a neutral pH (the zone of intracellular 6.8 - 7.2pH), but is carried across cell membranes at much higher levels to deliver greater anti-pruritic benefits deep within the skin.
Zn7 Derm is applied during:
A broad spectrum of dermatology cases where you need to reduce your steroid and/or antibiotic demand by using a natural anti-pruritic, skin care topical.
Dermatology cases that are slow to respond with hair re-growth.
Post-surgery cases where a topical is beneficial to reduce the surgery site irritation and itch.
Cases to help relieve discomfort from thermal, chemical and radiological burns.
Companion animal uses include:
Feline chin acne
Nasal fold dermatitis