Remedy+ Yeastosol

READ ALL ABOUT OUR PRODUCT YEASTOSOL. FROM INFORMATION TO RESULTS.

CASE.    An atopic dog called Fifi with recurrent malassezia infections in the armpits, despite the use of apoquel.

FIFI.  Fifi is a happy crossbreed dachshund who has been suffering 9 years of severe itching. Especially in the summer. Food allergy is excluded through a self-cooking diet.

DIAGNOSIS. A serological test yielded high titers (between 2000-4000) for all grasses, weeds and dust mites tested. An immunotherapy has not led to success. The dog gets Apoquel daily, previously treated with Atopica. The malassezia pachydermatis continues to return and several times a year a treatment with ketaconazole is necessary to get rid of the yeasts. Anti-yeast shampoos do not help sufficiently enough. The ketaconazole is hepatotoxic, an alternative was very welcome.

RESULT.  Fifi was treated with the Yeastosol every day for 14 days. After 14 days there is a huge improvement in the skin of the armpits and the groins. The skin is less thick and it has almost no folds. The dog has less itching.

Fifi has not experienced any irritation from the spray. 

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

CASE.    The diagnosis and treatment of yeast dermatitis (Malassezia pachydermatis). The infection was located at the medial side of the two front paws. The dachshund’s name is Kwibus.

KWIBUS.  A rough haired dachshund, male, 6 years old, with recurring yeast infections on both front legs. The skin is thickened and shows acanthose, erythema and flakes.

HOW. The owner treated Kwibus by applying the HFL Remedy + Yeastosol spray to the yeast area every day.

RESULT.  After 2 weeks of daily treatment with Yeastosol, the skin is no longer thickened and the erythema is gone.  After the treatment Yeastosol is used as prevention/maintenance twice a week. The yeasts stayed away, and there is no more itching!

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

More about Yeastosol

Yeastosol is a handy spray without antibiotics or hormones. The patented formula can be used on a daily basis in case of Malassezia Pachydermatis.

Apply Yeastosol on the spot once or twice a day. Usually the yeasts are under control after 14 days. This depends on the severity of the infection. Yeastosol can be used safely as prevention or upkeep, for example twice a week.

Veterinary dermatologist M.W. Vroom about Yeastosol

“The yeast, Malassezia pachydermatis, occurs naturally on the skin, armpits and groins of the dog. In case of an allergy (food related or atopia) many dogs develop a yeast dermatitis in those spots. These yeast dermatitis cause even more itching.

The current treatment consists of: 1. Frequent washings (in the beginning every other day) with an anti-yeast shampoo or 2. Oral treatment with anti-yeast medication. This medication can be hepatotoxic (bad for the liver).

The shampoo takes a lot of time from the owner and not every dog is happy when the legs have to be washed so often.

Because these allergic dogs often have a relapse of the yeast dermatitis, a safe and easy treatment is very welcome.

Yeastosol is a spray that doesn’t contain any hormones or antibiotics. The spray is easy to use on the paws, intermediate skin, the armpits or the groin. This takes very little time. Most dogs accept the treatment well and certainly when the spray is applied before taking a walk. This will also prevent the animal from licking.

Recently I’ve completed a study where we have compared the Yeastosol spray to an anti-yeast shampoo. The conclusion showed that more than 90% of the partcipants find the spray as effective as the shampoo. The study also showed that dog owners prefer the spray due to user-friendliness of spraying instead of washing and drying.

Instruction

Apply Yeastosol on the spot once or twice a day. Usually the yeasts are under control after 14 days. This depends on the severity of the infection. Yeastosol can be safely used as prevention or upkeep, for example twice a week.


Yeastosol doesn’t contain any hormones or antibiotics. Therefore no need to use a glove. 

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