8 things you should know about natural skin and wound healing
How to heal wounds and skin issues without antibiotics and chemicals
In most cases toxic chemicals and antibiotics can be replaced by a natural alternative. Here are 8 things you may want to know about the natural skin and wound healing alternative. If you enjoy this video, please share it with your friends and family.
0:22 - What is Skin Spray and how does it work?
1:40 - What is the story behind Skin Spray?
4:00 - Why was the name changed from Healing Solution to Skin Spray?
4:43 - Who can use Skin Spray?
7:30 - Why to avoid antibiotic creams and other conventional wound care products?
9:52 - Did you ever need to use Skin Spray on Skai?
10:25 - Do you travel without Skin Spray?
10:40 - Is there a way for Skin Spray to be less expensive?
8 things you should know about Skin Spray
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Dr. Peter Dobias, DVM has 30 years of experience as a veterinarian. He graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1988 in the Czech Republic and obtained the Canadian Certificate of Qualification in 1995. He is currently licensed in the European Union, and his unique approach to healing and nutrition helps holistically minded dog lovers worldwide.
Dr. Dobias strongly believes that disease prevention, natural nutrition and supplements, the right exercise and a drug free approach to medicine can add years to your dog's life.
As a formulator of his all-natural vitamin and supplement line and co-inventor of natural, chemical free flea and tick control, FleaHex® and TickHex®, his unique healing system and products currently hold the highest independent five star customer rating. For more information click here.
Any general recommendations that Dr. Dobias makes are not a substitute for the appropriate veterinary care and are for informational and educational purposes only.