Treating mange can be extraordinarily difficult for you and your pets. Our revolutionary four-step process is designed specifically for pets with aggressive skin conditions (like Demodex and Sarcoptic Mange, parasitical skin infections, and more).
Before you begin treatment, read and understand the top five things you should expect when treating mange:
Once you take control of these microscopic insects, you and your pet are suddenly dealing with millions of dead mite larvae, which can eventually cause serious skin infections as their microscopic corpses stay embedded in your pets skin. This is why regular bathing is so very important.
To cure demodicosis requires working in “layers”, just like if you were peeling an onion.
First, you have to kill the mites. As the mites die, they release toxins, which turns into a nasty gel-like blob. You’ll first need to remove this top layer of tiny gelatinous decaying toxins and microscopic mite corpses using our four-step process.
Because all these creatures are putting up a good fight in their final struggle, there's a good chance your pet will actually look worse than they did before treatment. They may feel twice as miserable due to all of those toxins and dead mite corpses being released into their system at once.
Using a natural remedy helps kill the mites off more gradually rather than all at once. Our products are designed to help encourage healthy growth and a natural restore while it's doing it's initial job of destroying microorganisms that cause skin damage.
This is why it’s so important to stay with natural remedies like DERMagic.
When you start treating your pet and begin noticing infection spreading or hair loss increasing, take heart. When the immune system is compromised to the point of mites being able to invade, it means the yeast is also invading as your pet's body begins to overcompensate.
Yeast is also what causes your pet's hair to fall out and their skin to turn black (also known as Black Skin Disease or Alopecia X).