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I switched to the Bayer Seresto from the Frontline because I have 6 cats and it just got too expensive. The Seresto works great for all but one of my cats who is allergic to this collar. Five of the cats are good to go with no ticks or fleas but the one cat ended up with no fur around his neck and bumps so needless to say he's back on frontline. Otherwise, I purchase new collars every 8 months for the other cats and two of my dogs. On e of my dogs, the Chow Chow, is also allergic to these collars and had the fur falling out and extreme itching. As with any product, it may not work for some.
It does a pretty good job in helping with the healing process, but only after peeling is mostly over. You should still use Aquaphor up to that point. Also, this lotion irritated my graylines a lot. I had to switch back to the Aquaphor for those sections.
I tried this and found it has a weird minty smell to it. I used it with my lotion and it left my skin shiny and moisturized. Be careful not to use too much or you will be oily after. A little goes a long way. One of these bottles has lasted me close to 3 months of regular daily use. If you don't mind the smell I would recommend this for dry or irritated skin. My mother in law has eczema and she loves it. It's helped reduce irritation and has soften her patches considerably.
This thing is perfect, I can't imagine a way it could be better. A few months ago I decided I was sick of fumbling with my auxiliary cord during my commute, which barely worked half the time and gave me a hiss/white noise the other half. I picked up a bluetooth receiver that was powered through my cigarette lighter's USB charger. Fast forward a month or two, and any shake of the wire killed the connection to that thing. So I started to look for battery powered Bluetooth receivers.