Does your best friend
suffer from skin mycosis?

Shampoo and spray for dogs and cats to be used as adjuvant in the treatment of the dermatitis by Malassezia and dermatophytosis.


+ Clorhexidine 2% : molecule    with bactericidal activity,    normally used in clinical    practice.

+ Climbazole 2% : antifungal    agent that reduces the    defensive properties of the    fungus membrane.

+ Ceramides : lipid ingredients,    that are the fundamental    constituents of the lipid barrier    of epidermis.


The association Clorhexidin-Climbazole 2% makes Theramicotic exceptional in the management of dermatitis with a simultaneous infection by bacteria and yeasts, and the presence of Ceramides allows to preserve and restore the integrity of the lipid film surface.


The infection by Malassezia is very common in canine dermatology, together with pyoderma. As most of the skin diseases it’s due to an alteration of the upper layers of epidermis, which results in an increased ability of bacteria and yeasts to cause infection and to proliferate irritating the skin. Often it’s a double infection: the combined action of the molecules in Theramicotic allows to treat all the microorganisms without damaging the skin barrier.


Theramicotic shampoo: Wet the coat of the pet, apply a small amount of shampoo and massage for 5/10 minutes, so the shampoo can come into contact with the skin, then rinse thouroughly. The frequency of use may vary from 1 to 3 times a week, depending on the advice of the veterinarian.

Theramicotic spray: spray generously onto skin and coat evenly or insisting on areas that need treatment, 1-2 times a day as advised by your Veterinarian.