- for long-coated breeds
- cold-pressed oil from African and American nuts
- for more pronounced changes, such as open patches, “bedsores”, irritated skin, massive loss of hair
- effective after 4 – 5 days
- particularly for very dry, flaky skin
- ideal ratio of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids double quantity of Omega-3 fatty acids (compared to other known products)
- additional Omega-7 fatty acids (promote the regeneration of the skin)
- additional Omega-9 fatty acids (support the heart function and maintain a good cholesterol level)
The entire body tissue and every organ is composed of very specific cells. The skin is the body’s largest organ and consists of innumerable single cells, just as one single hair does.
Essential, unsaturated fatty acids are a component of every cell coating. If there is a deficiency of these fatty acids, the tissue is also not intact. This results in skin problems such as scaly skin, eczemas, brittle hair or a coat which is too loose and hair that constantly and easily falls out. We can differentiate between essential (necessary) and non-essential (can be produced by the body itself ) as well as unsaturated fatty acids (which are more valuable to the organism) and saturated fatty acids.
As some fatty acids are essential, they must be supplied to the body through food. It therefore does not make sense to simply add pure oils such as sunflower, olive, salmon or evening primrose oil. These oils only contain one of the different kinds of fatty acids at a time and so the required ratio of 5 – 10 Omega-6 to 1 Omega-3 fatty acids is not taken into account. But by combining different oils in one product, the ratio of the fatty acids can be influenced and optimized. If you add this combination to the food every day, you will soon achieve the desired aim of allowing the skin tissue to heal, removing scales and effectively opposing constant hair loss.
Advantages of essential fatty acids
- fast results
- locally on the skin (from the inside)