Keratolux shampoo 200ml

KERATOLUX® Shampoo with SPHERULITES® Microcapsules is a unique, tar-free shampoo for dogs, cats and horses. Using anti-adhesive glycotechnology, a unique combination of monosaccharides and an alkylpolyglucoside, KERATOLUX Shampoo provides a soothing effect (anti-irritant), as well as, limiting the bonding of microorganisms (anti-adhesive) to the skin surface. SPHERULITES Microcapsules is an exclusive encapsulation system that provides slow release of ingredients long after application.

Keratolux shampoo is an antiseborrheic, keratolytic tar-free cleansing shampoo that may be used on dogs, cats, and horses of any age.

Anti-adhesive glycotechnology uses a unique combination of monosaccharides and an alkylpolyglucoside that reduces bacterial and yeast adhesion to the skin. This action physically disrupts micro-organism colonization on the skin surface and may delay onset of irritation due to topical bacterial or yeast.

Active Ingredients

Sodium Salicylate 1.0% w/w (equivalent to 0.86% Salicylic acid), Zinc Gluconate 0.5% w/w, Pyridoxine HCl 0.5% w/w.

Also contains

Chitanoside: a natural biopolymer that creates a protective film on the skin and hair coat.

Non-ionic spherulites - an exclusive and patented encapsulation system developed by Virbac; provides slow release of the ingredients in the skin long after product application. Spherulites microcapsules, monosaccharides and an alkylpolyglucoside, fatty acids.

Directions for Use
Shake well before use. Wet the hair coat with warm water and apply a sufficient amount of shampoo to create a rich lather. Massage shampoo into wet hair coat, lather freely. Rinse and repeat. Allow to remain on hair coat for 5 to 10 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with clean water. May be used initially for three-day intervals for three weeks, or as directed by your veterinarian.


Keep out of reach of children. Wash hands after using. For animal use only. For topical use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, flush eyes with water; seek medical attention if irritation persists. If your pet develops undue skin irritation, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian.