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    Question Anyone heard of/tried this? herbal flea spot on

    As per the title ...

    Has anyone tried this Dermascent spot on treatment and does it work?
    Last edited by Hyacinth; 06-10-2014 at 08:02 PM. Reason: just made the title a little bit more specific in case we want to find it later

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    Sorry never heard of it ! What are you hoping to use it for ?

    Is this it ?

    https://www.google.com.au/webhp?sour...eatment+review
    Last edited by RileyJ; 06-10-2014 at 08:40 PM.

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    That's it Riley! I was just intrigued by it I received an email today from a company who are selling it and wondered what it was all about ...

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    A quote from this link:

    Dermoscent Essential 6 Spot-On for Animal Use - Drugs.com

    Essential 6® spot-on is formulated with 100% natural plant sourced active ingredients. Hemp seed and neem seed oils provide a high concentration of essential fatty acids with an optimal omega 6 to 3 ratio of 4:1. These vegetable oils along with ten essential oils (rosemary, lavender, melaleuca, cedar, oregano, clove, camphor, wintergreen, peppermint and curcuma) and with vitamin E are scientifically blended in this patented formula. Essential 6® spot-on is designed to replenish the hydro-lipidic film, hydrate the skin, deodorize, and help maintain a lustrous healthy hair coat for cats and dogs.

    Veterinarian controlled clinical trials on 210 dogs & 79 cats demonstrated a significant improvement in coat and skin condition in more than 95% of tested animals after just 4 weeks of use.
    I would not waste my money. Doing it via food – working from the inside out of the pup - is the better way to do it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RileyJ View Post
    A quote from this link:

    Dermoscent Essential 6 Spot-On for Animal Use - Drugs.com



    I would not waste my money. Doing it via food – working from the inside out of the pup - is the better way to do it !
    Couldn't agree more

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    95% isn't really effective enough. I think that's about the same protection rate as doing nothing.

    PS I have a really nice smelling rosemary based "fly and mozzie repellent" that I paid a stupid amount of money for from Equestrian shop...

    It doesn't actually repel flies and mozzies. It might be a more pleasant scent to mask the smell of dead carp that evil hound used as coat conditioner on Monday.

    She's not real keen on the rosemary mix tho.
    Last edited by Hyacinth; 06-10-2014 at 08:04 PM.

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    Hyacynth this isn't a flea treatment - it's a skin/oil product for coat and skin conditioning

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    Use sardines, yoghurt and eggs then in the food instead of spending money on products.

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    my vets always exclaim over my lot's soft shiny coats just using these every week or so..

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    I'm doing a bit of both, Pippin gets the occasional egg and sardines in her food but being an aromatherapist I also use home made essential oil moisturiser on her. Her coat and skin look and smell great!

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