Johnson's Tea Tree Skin Calm Spray 150Ml | Jj0232

€7.99

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  • Skin Calm Spray
  • Soothes and calms skin irritations
  • Contains tea tree oil, lavender oil and aloe vera
  • Antiseptic and anti-fungal
  • Promotes natural healing
  • Suitable on puppies and full grown dogs
  • Size: 150ml
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Johnson's Tea Tree Skin Calm Spray 150Ml | Jj0232


Johnson's Tea Tree Skin Calm Spray is designed to effectively soothe and calm itchy skin and helps relieve minor skin irritations and abrasions. This gentle formulation containing Tea Tree Oil from the Australian Tea Tree, Lavender and Aloe Vera Oil, the mixture is traditionally used to calm minor skin conditions, scrapes and abrasions. The spray contains tea tree oil, taditionally used for its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, promoting natural healing.

Skin Calm Spray can reduce irritation caused by insect bites and, as a natural insect repellent, can help to prevent further bites. Apply twice daily by spraying on the affected area. With cats, use sparingly and rub in well. Bandage the area if necessary to prevent irritation from licking and scratching. Continue to apply for a few days after symptoms have disappeared. If no improvement is observed within a few days, consult a Veterinary Surgeon.

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