CortiAdapt® gel



Topical gel for animals with an emollient and nourishing action for the skin, able to soften and soothe red skin and keep it in good condition.

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Topical gel for dogs and cats formulated with Aloe extract with moisturizing and emollient action, Oak tree with astringent action and Lactoferrin indicated to promote skin trophism, favoring the integrity, the state of hydration and the elasticity of the skin of our four legged friends.

Protective, soothing and sanitizing formula, adjuvant in the treatment of skin conditions characterized by itching, redness and alterations of the hydrolipidic film.

  • Black currant (Ribes nigrum) is a plant of the Sassifragaceae family. It is one of those plants of which various parts are used and has numerous areas of application. The leaves, whose main components are triterpenes and a polyphenol complex, have skin purifying and regenerating properties. Often the extract of currant leaves is used in products for topical use in case of problems of alteration of the skin epithelium and in case of redness. Fruits too, rich in citric acid, malic acid, vitamin C, trace elements, polyunsaturated acids, flavonoids and anthocyanins, are useful for their astringent, skin toning and refreshing action.
  • The use of oak extracts is a widespread practice known since ancient times: acorn, roots and bark contain numerous active ingredients due above all to the presence of tannins such as catechins and ellagitannins; flavonoids such as quercetin; and, finally, resins and pectins very abundant in the protoplast.
  • Oak tincture is indicated to promote re-epithelialization and restore the physiological state of the skin.

Recent studies in humans have shown that Lactoferrin for topical use favors the reduction of discoloration and the improvement of skin trophism by exploiting its modulating and chelating properties.

Water, propylene glycol, urea, carbomer, glycolic extract of black currant leaves, glycolic extract of aloe barbadensis leaves, phenoxyethanol, tetrasodium glutamate diacetate, freeze-dried juice of Aloe barbadensis, ethylhexylglycerin, glycine, oak root extract, Lactoferricin , chlorphenesin, benzyl alcohol, dehydroacetic acid, maltodextrin, triethanolamine.

Apply a thin layer of product in skin folds and reddened areas, massaging carefully



Gel in tube for topical use for animals, 100 ml


FAQ - frequently asked questions

Can I apply the product several times a day?

Yes, it is recommended to apply up to 2-3 times a day for greater relief of the affected part. A light massage is also recommended to promote absorption.

Can I use CortiAdapt® gel on a puppy?

Yes, its particularly delicate formulation is also suitable for puppies.

Can I use the new CortiAdapt® gel together with the CortiAdapt?

Absolutely yes,CortiAdapt is an innovative complementary feed for dogs and cats dietetic in liquid form to support the dermal function in case of dermatosis and excessive hair loss, which acts from the inside through oral administration. CortiAdapt® gel is a brand new gel for topical use for animals formulated with aloe and black currant extract with moisturizing and emollient action that acts by applying it directly to the skin, it is characterized by a protective, soothing and sanitizing formula, adjuvant in the treatment of skin conditions characterized by itching, redness and alterations of the hydrolipidic film.
So their association only amplifies the beneficial effects for which they are used.

Can I use CortiAdapt® gel for example after c- section after stitch removal but the mother is still breastfeeding? What if a puppy licks it?

Yes, the product is particularly suitable in this case because it helps the physiological healing process of the skin, it also helps prevent itching and irritation.

The CortiAdapt® gel for topical use does not contain active ingredients with a degree of toxicity especially in such limited quantities, we rather remember that it contains within it -Lactoferrin a glycoprotein produced above all by the mammary gland of mammals and therefore present in human and animal breast milk. Its main function is to colonize the mucous membranes of mammals to make them more protected. Lactoferrin is the main defense against bacterial and viral infections in puppies because it is able to stimulate an immune response in puppies.

Difference between Soft Pad Butter and CortiAdapt® gel

Soft Pad Butter is an extremely effective butter, rich in active ingredients (mango, coconut and shea butter) designed to protect the skin of our animal friends, from atmospheric agents and wear, indicated to prevent and keep the skin intact. Thanks to the use of natural moisturizing, emollient and softening active ingredients, it has an effective restorative and normalizing action on the skin, drastically reducing calluses, gives relief in case of cracking and abrasions, softening calluses from decubitus; it also acts to strengthen the resistance of the plantar pads.

Use Soft Pad for:
+ for calluses
+ for events of cracking skin
+ for abrasions
+ for reddened and dry skin
+ strengthens the resistance of paw pads

CortiAdapt® gel is a topical product for animals based on black currant, aloe, oak tree and lactoferrin with an emollient and nourishing action for the skin able to soften and soothe red skin and keep it in good condition.

Use CortiAdapt® gel:
+ in the characterized skin conditions from itching, redness and alterations of the hydrolipidic film
+ in case of skin epithelial alteration problems
+ Adjuvant in the treatment of skin dermatitis
+ Adjuvant in the treatment of dyschromia and skin trophism

Accidental ingestion of whole product packaging

We remind you that it is good practice to keep the unopened package away from the reach of children and animals, as indicated in the warnings on labels and boxes. The greatest risk in the event that a dog ingests the entire contents of the package is that it may in a hurry swallow pieces of plastic, much more harmful than the active ingredients contained in the product. However, given the variability of the subject with respect to body weight, breed and age, the advice we would like to give is to consult your veterinarian who will be able to assess the situation from time to time by knowing the dog thoroughly.

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