Help soothe itchy, irritated skin and support healthy skin revitalization - DermaGuard’s blend of colloidal oatmeal and argan oil deliver moisturizing benefits and lock them in!
The protective barrier formed by this natural skincare power team helps maintain optimal skin pH; protecting against the dryness, redness, and bumps that may develop when skin becomes too acid or too alkaline. As a result, DermaGuard works naturally to help soothe and protect your pet’s skin from harmful UV light and environmental irritants - grass, mold spores, dust, and pollen.
Support the health of your pet’s first line of protection against bacteria, germs, and irritants. With no sulfates, parabens, or phthalates, DermaGuard is a simple step to help keep your pets healthy and happy.
Hello! I'm Dr. Charline Wilson, DVM, affectionately known here as "Dr. Char." As a vet, I pride myself on a holistic approach to pet care and I opt for the safest, most natural approach I can use to help my patients. It's exciting to see more and more people realizing they don't need to choose between a safe, natural option or an effective one for their pets. You truly can have it all! That's why I recommend DermaGuard.
With the combined power of colloidal oatmeal and argan oil, DermaGuard shampoo bars helps moisturize and strengthen the skin’s natural defenses against the most common irritants. Your pet’s skin is their primary barrier against harmful substances, germs, and bacteria. When you protect their skin, you’re protecting their overall health and wellness too!
Directions for Use: Wet your pet’s fur with warm water and apply DermaGuard. Work into a lather and massage for at least 10 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and repeat as needed up to 3 times per week.
Soap, argan oil, fragrance, colloidal oatmeal.
Soap - DermaGuard shampoo bars start with pure, cold-process glycerin soap.
Nope! Though DermaGuard is oil based, it dries quickly without residue or staining.
Yes, DermaGuard is safe for use on dogs and cats of all ages!
Allergies to DermaGuard are very rare and there have been no reported cases of allergic skin reactions. DermaGuard contains no pollen so it should not affect respiratory allergies. To test for skin reactions, we recommend placing a small amount on the back of your hand.