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Zylafen Medicated Skin Therapy for Reptiles

Zylafen Medicated Skin Therapy for Reptiles

Part Number:8186|

Manufacturer |

Pet King Brands, Inc.
Zylafen Medicated Skin Therapy for Reptiles treats bacterial, fungal and viral skin infections in lizards, turtles, and other reptiles. One step application treats lesions in the skin and shell, mouth rot, and SCUD.
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1.25 oz

Zylafen Medicated Skin Therapy for Reptiles contains the Zymox Three Enzyme System in treating reptile skin infections, superficial lesions of the skin and shell, and dermatitis. The lactoperoxidase, lysozyme, and lactoferrin in Zylafen Medicated Skin Therapy medication for lizards and other reptiles eliminate infections without irritating the skin and without alcohol or chlorine. The patented LP3 Enzyme system is an advanced technology whereby the enzymes work synergistically as catalysts with the pets own biochemistry to naturally destroy bacteria, fungus and many viruses.

  • Antimicrobial
  • Antifungal
  • Antiviral
  • 100% safe if ingested
  • One step pet medication treatment that can be safely used on lizards and all reptiles

For use on all reptiles to aid in the treatment of skin infections such as SCUD (septicemic cutaneous ulcerative disease), superficial lesions of the skin and shell, dysecdysis (abnormal shedding of the skin), and mouth rot.