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QuikHEAL

Antifungal, antibacterial and water-resistant ointment to eliminate greasy heel and other general skin disorders.   

What is QuikHEAL? 

QuikHEAL is a broad-spectrum antibacterial and antifungal ointment, containing sulphur and copper sulphate to assist rapid healing from greasy heel and other skin conditions. 

QuikHEAL treats a broad range of conditions:

  • Greasy heel
  • Rain Scald
  • Ringworm
  • Dermatitis
  • Girth gall
  • Saddle sores
  • Nicks and cuts

How does it work?

  • As soon as bacteria or fungi enter broken skin they inflame the skin, causing mild to severe irritation.
  • The active ingredients in QuikHEAL effectively kill the bacteria and fungi.
  • QuikHEAL is water resistant, which aids in its longevity on the wound once applied.
  • The combination of sulphur and copper sulphate in QuikHEAL also provides an unfavourable environment for bacteria and helps to prevent re-infection.
  • QuikHEAL also acts as a barrier to allow the antibacterial and antifungal ingredients to do their job.

Features & Benefits 

QuikHEAL does NOT contain lead.

  • Fast acting.
  • Antibacterial and antifungal.
  • Easy to use.
  • Highly effective against infection.
  • Thick ointment that doesn’t run off easily.
  • Water resistant – acts as a barrier.

Ingredients

  • Sulphur
  • Copper sulphate
  • Tar acids

Directions for use

  • When treating greasy heel soak and wash the scabs to soften and attempt to remove
  • Dry the area thoroughly and apply QuikHEAL
  • If weather conditions are fine and sunny leave the area open to direct sunlight
  • If wet conditions persist bandage the affected area with Kelato’s Cotton Wool and Gauzeand EnduroWRAP
  • Re-apply QuikHEAL
  • Seek professional advice before using in conjunction with other topical treatments

Sizes

  • 200g
  • 450g
AVPMA Approval No. 45334/45589

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