The formula is same as our CuRub, except it does not have arnica.
It has Calendula instead.
Calendula combined with the other ingredients of CuRenew makes it a great wound healer and skin-repair product. CuRenew speeds the healing of cuts, burns, and abrasions by promoting the formation of granulation tissue while preventing bacterial growth.
It’s so versatile, you can use it for anything – cuts, burns, sores, cracked paw pads, scrapes, abrasions, and scratches.
Calendula properties of Triterpene saponins, flavonoids, carotinoids, and volatile oils give it anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiviral, and antilipid effects. Calendula has an exceptional safety record and is recommended for dogs of all ages. Caution is suggested on pregnant dogs (Visit with your vet)
CuRenew helps facilitate wound healing by increasing both wound angiogenesis and collagen, nucleoprotein, and glycoprotein metabolism leading to improvements in both local circulation and granulation tissue formation.
CuRenew can help provide cooling relief on irritated wounds and reduce inflammation and swelling. It helps speed healing on slow to heal cuts and wounds.
Cracked fingers love it.
CuRenew can be put on a fresh, unhealed cut to help prevent infection and promote healing. After the initial healing has taken place, if there is a bruise or pain remaining, CuRub can then be applied topically to further help during the healing process.
CuRenew is safe for dogs including licking of it after it is applied.
CuRub you should only use on areas where dogs cannot lick it.
CuRenew uses (external only)
Slow healing wounds
Skin and nail fungus
CuRub (external only)