Improve their quality of life

Help your furry friend relax!

Did you know that dogs and cats can get stressed out?
You need to be particularly careful in certain situations (moving house, adoption, transport, etc.) and/or as soon as characteristic symptoms appear (aggressiveness, uncleanliness, skin problems, etc.).

Soothing collar 

Stress & related skin disorders

Elderly pets: need a little help?

With age, your companion’s abilities may decline.

Aging can also lead to the deterioration of skin and coat conditions:

Vieillissement du chat & du chien , les Conseils Dermoscent

Behavioral changes in seniors


Sleep & appetite disorders


Disinterest in
playing, walks

Loss of skills
(obedience, cleanliness)

Poor skin and coat condition

Dry, fragile
skin: dandruff

Bad odors

Dull, brittle fur,
hair loss

skin defences

Your companion needs a natural boost of vitality to better cope with the passing of time.

2 in 1 spot-on: behavior & skin

Old animals – Aging-related disorders

Mobility issues: is it osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis is characterized by a deterioration of the cartilage in the joints. It affects more than 20% of dogs. In addition to anti-inflammatory treatments and a special diet, massages, when performed properly, can help to relieve pain.

Massages can also be beneficial for animals recovering after an operation or for sporting animals.

Dry oil for massage

Muscle & joint discomfort

Maximum urinary comfort

Some ingredients such as cranberry, whose benefits are acclaimed in humans, can be useful to help improve the comfort and well-being of your furry friend.



Food supplement

Urinary discomfort