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  • Butterflypdx - Vitanica

    I started using this as a reccomendation from my Naturopath. I have Hashimotos and PCOS and so far its seems to be helping me have a cycle. They are still far from regular but its only been 2 months so I have good hopes.

  • Andrew S. - flakes in your eyes

    awful. flakes off and gets in your eyes and irritates them within an hour of application. squinting like the hunchback of notre dame all day is not pretty....I'd rather sport my regular eyelashes then go through the pain and humiliation!

  • Satisfied Mom - Do Not use this collar on an older dog!!!!!

    I came to this collar after having months of tick infestation in my home, nothing worked. My vet suggested Seresto , said it was new and the strongest they had. I have a shepard/lab mix who is about 10 years old. This color is suppose to last about 9months and release the needed amount of medicine each month. The first couple of months it seemed to be working. As we entered the 3rd month my dog got increasing lethargic and sickly, we thought maybe it was his age, during the 4/5 month he began losing bowel control , vomiting and had episodes where he lost complete control of his hips and legs where he could not walk, It seemed he was having a stroke. He would eat from only one side of his bowl and pant constantly. I went to a new vet who ran many test and they all came fine. The only difference in his life was the collar. We weren't sure, and continued use, the next month he would go in out of these stroke episodes, he once soft hair became coarse and the hair under the collar turned gray, plus we now find live ticks on him , it was no longer working. We switched vets. She told us to immediately take if off, it was a new product , not tested well and that older dogs should never use tick/flea collars because their liver could not handle. She even refused to offer this product until she saw more proof it was okay a few years down the road. We took it off, he never had another problem, he began to look healthier , his normal coat came back and he was his normal healthy self again. I called the old vet to let them know of the issues I had, and the receptionist said, I tried it on my cat and all the hair under her collar turned gray as well. This collar may be somewhat effective for flea and ticks for the first few months, but clearly it was releasing all the product at once and not and even amount as intended - how could it ? Plus it nearly killed our beloved pet. Be forewarned if you use at all, and never use on an older cat or dog.