Remedy+ Cerazinc


CASE.    Diagnosis and treatment of an irritation spot with wounds on the neck. The irritation spot was located on the neck in the direction of the front paw. The cat’s name is Bram.

BRAM.  16 years, tomcat, has well-regulated diabetes mellitus. Since a couple of weeks Bram started to show some balding spots in the neck. Recently this irritation started to show wounds and Bram is experiencing a lot of itch. The irritated area is expanding and the wounds are getting worse.

HOW. Owner treated Bram by applying the HFL Remedy + Cerazinc to the yeast area twice a day. No additional products were used.

Read the full article from Veterinary dermatologist M.W. Vroom HERE.

Dog with the skin condition seborrhoea. The dog experiences discomfort and irritation.

The owner has smeared the spots with Remedy + Cerazinc twice for 1 day.
To see the difference, one groin was treated with Cerazinc and the other groin was not.

Start date: 10 June

End date: 11 June

Dog with wound infection due to a flea allergy. The dog experiences discomfort and pain.

The owner has rubbed the spots twice a day with Remedy + Cerazinc.

Start date: 05 October

End date: 19 October

Horse with wound on the hip. The horse experiences discomfort and pain.
During the treatment, the blanket was also put on, which may have caused more friction on the wound.

The owner has rubbed the spots twice a day with Remedy + Cerazinc.

Start date: 26 October

End date: 16 November

Allergic dog with wound infection due to irritated skin. The dog experiences discomfort and pain.

The owner has rubbed the spots twice a day with Remedy + Cerazinc.

Start date: 25th of august

End date: 29th of august

More about Cerazinc

Cerazinc cream soothes the irritated, red skin and promotes wound healing. The cream contains medical honey and zincoxide, without the addition of antibiotics and hormones.
Zincoxide in a skin cream protects, dries blemishes, reduces itch and cools.

The medical honey has an antibacterial, wound healing and anti-inflammatory effect. Cerazinc contains both elements in a mild cream form. Cerazinc has a calming effect on irritated spots due to itching. Cerazinc doesn’t close off the skin and doesn’t irritate with sensitive skin. Cerazinc is suitable for small animals and horses.

‘Cats often lick a cream. The experiences with cats with
this cream is very favorable ‘

Animal dermatologist M.W. Vroom about Cerazinc

“Why I use Cerazinc?  The first patient was an allergic dog with an irritated, red vulva. After a few days using Cerazinc the skin was no longer red and the dog had no itch.

Puppy with irritated ears. I couldn’t find any yeasts nor bacteria on the ear shells. The dog might have had a reaction to previously used ear ointments. After 1 week of treatment with Cerazinc the ears were no longer red and there was no itch.

Without any hormones or antibiotics, Cerazinc can be used without gloves, which makes it all easier.

“The above experiences  I had, give me the full confidence to use this product in my practice.” 


Clean the skin well or disinfect the spot. Apply Cerazinc in thin layers on the spot once or twice a day. Duration depends on the severity of the infection.

Cerazinc can be used several times a day without any side effects.
Cerazinc is safe for dogs, cats and horses. The cream doesn’t contain antibiotics or hormones
therefore the use of a glove isn’t necessary.