Green clay is a must-have for your natural first aid kit.
It has excellent drawing properties, ideal for drying up wet eczema, hot spots, and helping control infection in wounds and abscesses. It’s versatile too and can be used for dogs, cats, horses, sheep, and other livestock.
This clever clay works by forming a protective layer over injuries and also naturally repels insects. Better still, it has a calming and soothing effect on a pooch’s itchy or traumatised skin, breaking that pesky itch-scratch cycle. It’s completely safe, should your dog accidentally lick or eat it.
Ingredients and usage
How to use:
Green clay can be made into a thick paste with a little water and spread onto the affected area. This acts as a protective barrier for sore or fragile wounds, and, as the clay dries, moisture is drawn away from any wet areas of skin.
If used dry, it can be applied with a clean cotton ball and dusted onto the area or with a small, clean brush. This is particularly useful for instantly calming an inflamed area or itchy rash.
For infected areas or those that are oozing, the area should be cleaned in between applications.
This product should not replace veterinary treatment if it is needed or if a serious infection is present in a wound.
Store in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight