- Clean and disinfect minor wounds, cuts and grazes
- Cleanse areas of inflammation and flea-bite dermatitis
- Prevent infection of wounds and cuts on the skin
- Clean and disinfect fungal skin infections like ringworm
- Encourage healing
What is Clenzor?
Cuts, scrapes, bites and stings, ringworm, flea-bite dermatitis, minor burns: these are all conditions that your pet may experience at one or other stage in their lifetime. Though minor, these can cause pain and discomfort for your pet. By treating these problems quickly, effectively and naturally, healing time will be shortened and complications such as scarring and infection can be minimised. The first step in wound care is cleaning the affected area. By removing dirt and other foreign matter from the wound, the chance of infection developing is lessened. Wounds that are kept clean and dry heal quicker and are less likely to scar. Ideally the wound should be cleaned with a disinfectant solution to destroy any bacteria that may be lurking in the damaged tissues. It is important that the disinfectant that you use is gentle enough for your pet. (Some of the human disinfectants can actually delay wound healing in dogs and cats!!) An additional advantage of cleaning a wound is that it will enhance the effects of any topical cream or ointment that is applied thereafter. So, clean wounds mean better healing and less discomfort for your furry friend.
Dogs and cats can injure themselves in many ways. There are some preventative tips that can help you to make your home and garden safer for your pets. Always keep pathways clear of bushes that contain thorns or sharp branches. Lawnmowers, shovels and other garden implements should be kept locked in a shed, and bikes or large objects that might fall over on your pet should be securely tethered to a fence. If you have cats ‚Äď be careful of candles that are lit, as cats tend to rub past them and not realize the danger. Similarly, heaters and hot plates should be turned off when you are not in the room to supervise your pets. As a rule, safety tips that you might apply to small children and babies apply to your pets as well!
PetAlive Clenzor is an herbal topical tincture which has similar cleansing and disinfecting properties to the conventional disinfectants such as surgical alcohol or saline. Additionally, Clenzor contains a blend of natural ingredients specially chosen for their soothing and healing properties. PetAlive Clenzor is formulated to effectively cleanse and disinfect wounds, skin conditions and small injuries. Used together with our other PetAlive topical creams and tinctures, Clenzor effectively cleanses, disinfects AND begins the healing process, while also soothing the affected area and providing pain relief for your pet.
PetAlive Clenzor contains the following 100% natural, herbal ingredients in a topical, herbal tincture: Hamamelis virginianum (Witchhazel), Calendula officinalis (Marigold), Melissa officinalis, Urtica urens
Using clean hands and a clean cotton wool swab, apply directly to affected area when needed. Always clean the wound or affected area from the centre outwards to prevent further contamination.
Caution: For external use only. Please consult your veterinarian should symptoms persist. If any swelling of the mouth, tongue or eyes, or any breathing difficulties are noticed after an insect bite or sting, please seek urgent veterinary attention for your pet. Likewise if there is uncontrollable bleeding seek veterinary advice.
Note: PetAlive Clenzor may be used together with PetAlive Wound Dr, PetAlive Ring-Ex, PetAlive PawPaw or PetAlive FleaDerm.
The PetAlive Range by Feelgood Health has been especially formulated in conjunction with a team of experts in natural medicine. Remedies are manufactured to the highest standards, using ingredients chosen for their ability to safely support health and vitality, naturally. Our remedies for pets have been distributed internationally in the USA, Canada, UK, Europe and throughout the world for many years and 2007 saw the official launch of the PetAlive range in South Africa.