Medi Antiseptic can be used for first aid treatment of cuts, abrasions, mild sunburn, and mild burns whereas Medi Quattro is a 4 action first aid cream which includes an antiseptic which kills germs, an anaesthetic which numbs local pain and an anti-inflammatory which ease swelling and redness and soothing agent that moisturisers the affected area. Medi Quattro can be used in first aid treatment of non-venomous insect bites, cuts, abrasions, mild sunburn, and mild burns, in a 50g tube.
Medi Freeze Tick Off
Ticks are parasites that feed on human and animal blood. There are many tick species in Australia though the most common species that attacks humans is the paralysis tick, Ixodes holocyclus.
Ticks occur in humid, moist bushy areas. They are not very mobile but rely on passing animals (hosts) e.g. bandicoots and black rats to both feed on and transport them.
It is not safe to squeeze a tick as this will inject the poison into the skin. The safest method is to freeze the tick and remove it from the skin. Use our Medi Freeze Tick Off product to do this and follow all instructions in the manual.
Ensure that you position the opening of the application 1cm above the tick in order to freeze it correctly. Ensure you repeat the process multiple times to ensure the tick is frozen completely. Do not squeeze.
MediPet Tick Freeze
We have done clinical trials on domestic dogs with MediPet Tick Freeze and there were no signs of the dog being in any pain whilst using the product. By positioning the opening of the applicator 1cm above the tick, this ensures it does not hurt the dog in any way.
MediPet Tick Freeze is clinically trialled on domestic dogs. If you were to use this product on your cat or other domestic pet, you would be doing this at your own risk.
MediPet Tick Freeze has been tested on all dog sizes from small to large domestic dogs. We have done clinical trials and found no adverse reactions to the use of it on domestic dogs.