What is Dermaquin®?

Dermaquin® is a skin support supplement that helps support a healthy response to allergens. It helps to fortify and support the skin’s natural barrier, making it more difficult for allergens to cause an allergic response.

Dermaquin® is available exclusively from Veterinarians.

Dermaquin Product
Loss of Skin barrier integrity - Self-Trauma - Skin Redness

Skin Barrier Relationship

Dogs are exposed to environmental allergens every day that can affect their skin health and comfort level. The relationship between the skin barrier and responses to allergens is a two-way street. If the skin barrier is compromised, it is more likely to be affected by allergens, often leading to other skin issues.

The unique ingredients found in Dermaquin® Skin Support Supplement work to support multiple pathways within the skin to provide a comprehensive approach to skin health.

Environmental Allergens Can Include:

Pollen

Kiwi

Dust Mites

Kiwi

Mold

What To Look For:

  • Excessive scratching, licking, or chewing
  • Frequent rolling, rubbing, or scooting
  • Hair loss
  • Changes in the skin
  • Body odor
  • Foot chewing

How does Dermaquin® work?

The unique ingredients found in Dermaquin® Skin Support Supplement work to support multiple pathways within the skin to provide a comprehensive approach to skin health.

Dermaquin Skin Cell
Gamma-Linolenic Acid Ceramides Hardy Kiwi Beta-Glucan Omega-3a
Hardy Kiwi
WHAT IS HARDY KIWI?

Hardy kiwi, or Actinidia arguta, is a small, green fruit similar in appearance on the inside to the traditional kiwi fruit (Actinidia deliciosa). Hardy kiwi has been used in traditional East Asian medicine to support a healthy response to allergens.

Foundation modalities for skin issues can either have unwanted side effects or can be cost-prohibitive. Hardy kiwi has been shown in published research to support healthy skin assessment scores when used in conjunction with foundation modalities. It may also continue to minimize recurrences of skin issues by decreasing mediators of inflammation.