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Johnsons Tea Tree Antiseptic Skin Cream

Johnsons Tea Tree Antiseptic Skin Cream
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Antiseptic, soothing and promotes natural healing - for dogs, cats and other pets. SPECIFICATION Weight : 50g Contents : Volume/Size : Colour : Flavour : Suitable For : For Cats & Dogs... Read more

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Antiseptic, soothing and promotes natural healing - for dogs, cats and other pets.
SPECIFICATION

Weight : 50g
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Volume/Size :
Colour :
Flavour :
Suitable For : For Cats & Dogs
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Dimensions Inches : (L) x (W/D) x (H)
Dimensions Cm's : (L) x (W/D) x (H)

Customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 6  Reviews

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  • Tea tree skin cream
    Worked great for my dog who was constantly scratching was at vet and thought it was a allergy
    Caroline - July 3, 2018
  • useful antiseptic
    This cream is the most useful jar to have in your pets grooming kit.It soothes the most aggravating itches in fact my dog comes to me to put it on him if it requires it.
    Pamela - October 17, 2017
  • Tea Tree Skin Care
    This cream really helps my Shih tzu Pebbles, she scratches a lot and ends up with bright red sore marks, I rub it in and it works for quite a while, don't think there is a remedy to get rid of it completely but it works for through the night. I do use prescription shampoo but seem to be wasting my money. Jackie T
    Jackie T - February 7, 2016
  • This cream is brilliant to have around just in case. My collie had a dry patch of skin and after being reassured by the vet it was nothing serious I brought this to try and soothe the skin. The cream is really soft and absorbs easily, so you don't have to wait for ages to check it is not licked off. The skin absorbs it in a matter of seconds. It really worked to calm to the skin. I would recommend that pet owners have a tub of this around just in case. You can use it on minor wounds and scratches as well.
    Catherine - January 10, 2013