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I have been spraying the Derma-IonX on my cat's acne trouble on his chin for 3 weeks now. I spray it directly on the spots 4-6 times a day. The acne is very slowly going away, but he is still scratching. I just started washing the area with Castille soap and rinsing with warm water put on a washcloth. Hope this helps. He is on very high quality food-Nature's Variety Instinct-limited ingredients lamb. I only give him filtered water. My cat does not use plastic dishes. He is about to be 16 and is very healthy otherwise. He is allergic to almost everything so I am very careful about what I give him. I wonder if this Derma-IonX could be bothering him. If it is, what else do you recommend? Any other suggestions? Thanks.

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February 16, 2016 at 4:27 PM

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Dear Mary,

Are you adding any DERMA-IONX to some canned food or syringing into the mouth? It is important to do this. As for the diet, if there is a limited ingredient fish or turkey based food without chicken added to it I would try one of those if not allergic that protein. According to Chinese Food therapy these proteins are considered to be cooler for warm conditions. Lamb and chicken are warming, so would add more heat to the skin. I would also give PROBIOTICS to improve digestion and the immune system. You could also add in Omega 3,6,9 to reduce inflammation. It is very unlikely for someone to be allergic to a water based homeopathic. If you add the homeopathic to some canned food use a glass bowl instead of a metal one since metal will dissipate the added charge.

Please keep us updated on your progress.

Best regards,

Dr. Char www.vetionx

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
February 17, 2016 at 12:15 PM
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