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Hyliderm +PS Mousse, 6.8 oz

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Moisturize and cleanse dry skin on cats and dogs

Use Hyliderm +PS Mousse, 6.8 oz to clean your dog or cat's skin when routine bathing is not an option. This product is a gentle, hypoallergenic mousse that's great for cleansing normal, sensitive, or dry skin. The moisturizing proteins and essential fatty acids in Hyliderm +PS help control flaking and scaling. The Cucumber Melon scent will leave your pets smelling great.


Shake well before using. Brush your pet's coat thoroughly first. Then dispense one or two pumps of Hyliderm +PS Mousse in your hand and apply on your pet's dry coat. Massage into the hair in order for the mousse to reach the skin. Repeat as necessary to cover your pet's whole body. Avoid their eyes and mouth. Do not rinse once you are done, and let the mousse air dry. Once dry, you may brush your pet again to bring luster.

You may use Hyliderm +PS as often as necessary, and the manufacturer states that it may be used along with topical flea products.

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Quick Overview
  • Hypoallergenic mousse for routine cleansing
  • For dogs and cats
  • Will not remove topical flea and tick products
  • Similar to a waterless shampoo
  • Manufacturer information and usage PDF
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