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Malaseb Medicated Foam Shampoo for Dogs

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Malaseb Medicated Foam Shampoo for Dogs

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Malaseb Medicated Shampoo for Dogs & Cats

Malaseb Medicated Foam shampoo for dogs and cats is an effective scientific solution formulated to cleanse and treat the skin and coat of canines. Its medicated property makes it an ideal solution for bacterial, fungal and yeast infections on the pet’s body. It destroys infective spores and common microorganisms that cause skin diseases such as ringworm in pets.

How it works?

Malaseb shampoo contains miconazole and chlorhexidine as the active ingredients. The anti-fungal nature of miconazole destroys all forms of fungi and yeast on the canine’s body. Chlorhexidine acts as the antimicrobial agent that fights various types of disease-causing bacteria found on dogs/cats. The combined effect of both the ingredients cleanses the skin of harmful microorganisms and treats it for scales, dermatitis symptoms, ringworm infections, seborrhoea etc. It prevents secondary infections and reduces itching and other skin problems in dogs and cats.

Bathing Tips
  • Leave the shampoo on for the full 10 minutes where ever possible.
  • Always make sure the coat is thoroughly wet before applying Malaseb, as this will make lathering and spreading easier.
  • Using a wet sponge can help to spread the shampoo well. The sponge also holds water which again helps to ensure the coat is adequately wet during application.
  • A damp cloth, with a little diluted foam can be used to clean the face of both cats and dogs.
  • Whilst bathing cats is never easy, many will tolerate water better if it is not running. Using a 3 bucket technique, where all buckets are filled with warm water can help. The cat is dunked (not including head) into the first bucket and shampoo applied, then wrapped in a towel for the 10 minutes to stay warm and prevent licking foam. Once the 10 minutes is up the cat is sequentially dunked into the foamy water then remaining buckets to rinse the coat.
What About Conditioner?

In the case of seborrhoeic dermatitis in dogs it is recommended that after shampooing with Malaseb, Pyohex Medicated Conditioner be applied. This will help to achieve both the benefits of moisturising with higher antiseptic levels on the skin and coat along with an extended duration of activity.

is a medicated shampoo for cats and dogs. It contains chlorhexidine and miconazole in a shampoo base It is registered to treat Seborrhoeic Dermatitis and as an aid in the treatment of Dermatophytosis.
Seborrhoeic Dermatitis

Seborrhoeic dermatitis causes itchy, greasy, scaly skin. Infection with both bacteria (Staphylococcus) and yeast (Malassezia) may be present.

It is normal in dogs to have low numbers of resident bacteria and yeasts on the skin surface. When there is a disruption to the skin’s natural ecosystem these bacteria and yeasts can overgrow causing disease.

Reasons for disruption to the natural balance:
  • Allergy, including to pollens, grasses, foods (meats) and fleas.
  • Parasites, such as fleas, mites and lice.
  • Hormonal problems.
  • Conformational problems such as deep skin folds, making sweaty crevices.
Dog with seborrhoeic dermatitis
How does Malaseb help?
  • Kills the micro-organisms, helping to keep the numbers of yeasts and bacteria at manageable levels.
  • Removes excess scale and oils.
  • Removes allergens such as pollens which can be caught in fur or on skin causing irritation.
Dermatophy or ‘Ringworm’
Dermatophytosis is the scientific name for ringworm, a condition which is not due to worms (like the name suggests) but is in fact a fungal infection.

Ringworm is the most common fungal condition in cats, however it is also a well recognised problem in dogs.

Malaseb will help to sterilise the coat of ringworm spores, helping to speed recovery and prevent spread of the disease.

Ringworm in cats is a systemic disease which means that although you may only see a few spots, the cat is actually covered in ringworm infection, so all over treatment is needed.

Malaseb can be used alone or in combination with systemic medication (usually anti-fungal tablets) to treat ringworm. Combination therapy results in a faster cure than either alone.

It is important if you have young children or immune-compromised adults in the same household as an infected pet that you discuss this with your veterinarian or doctor. Ringworm can have serious consequences for those without a good immune system.
Ringworm lesions on a cat’s rump. Ringworm will be all over the cat’s body, even where there are no lesions.
Ringworm is zoonotic. You can be infected by your pet.
Use Malaseb twice a week when infection is active, then once every 1-2 weeks when infection is under control.

Malaseb should be used twice a week during ringworm treatment. Treatment may be required for 8-12 weeks.


Wet the pet’s body with clean water. Apply small amounts of Malaseb shampoo at few spots on the pet’s body. Gently massage into the coat. Be gentle in an application and ensure that you clean areas that harbor microorganism. These places include the area around the lips, under the tail and gaps between the toes.

Allow the shampoo to stay on the skin for around ten minutes. Rinse off thoroughly with clean water. Repeat twice a week until improvement is visible on the skin. Or use as per the vet’s advice.

Ideal usage – 50 ml Malaseb shampoo is sufficient for a large dog (30 Kg or 66 lbs weight) with a medium length coat. Consult your vet for further details.

If it is a ringworm infection then you need to treat all pets that stay in contact with each other. It limits the spread of infection.  

Key Benefits

  • Easy to use gentle cleanser for puppies and dogs as well as kittens and cats
  • Scientific solution that antibacterial, antifungal and anti-itching properties
  • Therapeutic treatment for seborrhoea
  • Colourless, fragrance free shampoo that quickly heals skin problems
  • Normalizes the pet’s skin without losing moisture required for healthy skin and coat
  • Prevents spread of infections
  • Supports in the treatment of ringworm infection
  • Cleanses damaged skin oils without washing away natural oils required for the pet’s coat


  • Keep away from the pet’s eyes. If the shampoo enters her eyes accidentally then rinse off with a lot of water. If you find redness or any other eye changes the consult a Vet at the earliest.
  • Do not leave the pet alone for the time when shampoo stays on the pet’s body. This is to avoid licking or inhaling shampoo foam. It may affect the pet’s respiratory and intestinal tracts.
  • Keep away from children, pets and food.
  • Be gentle while applying the shampoo.
  • Wash off the shampoo thoroughly to prevent any residue.
  • Wear gloves while shampooing the pet.
  • Wash your hands and exposed skin with soap and water.
  • Follow label instructions for details of administration, precautions and expiry date.


There are no known contraindications of Malaseb medicated shampoo on dogs and cats.

More Information

Target species Puppies, kittens, cats and dogs
Mode of administration Topical
Active Ingredient Miconazole and Chlorhexidine
Manufacturer Dermcare
Brand Name Malaseb
Product Reviews
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Malaseb Medicated Foam Shampoo for Dogs

Malaseb Medicated Foam Shampoo for Dogs

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Worth to buy this

This is a medicated shampoo that helps to maintain the PH level and protects my pet's skin from irritations.


very handy

Effectively stops the spread of infections.


Deep skin cleaning

Ideal shampoo for deep skin cleaning.


Medicated foam shampoo

Excellent medicated foam shampoo for my dog.


Reduces yeast infection

I am currently using this shampoo on my pet's skin and it is working. His infection has receded remarkably.

Have A Question?
Q: Hello can this product be used on a puppy 16weeks old.

A: Yes

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Q: Is PAW Mediderm Shampoo poisonous like Malaseb shampoo?

A: Not any Shampoo is poisonous.

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