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Hibiscrub Skin Cleanser

  • 250ml Bottle £8.99
  • 500ml Bottle £7.39
  • 5 litre Bottle £52.49
  • 5 litre Bottle £52.49
  • Pump for 500ml Bottle (Bottle not included) £10.99

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Hibiscrub is a powerful antiseptic solution, often used in hospitals to discourage harmful bacteria. It is not, however, intended to aid healing and should NOT be applied to open or angry wounds. Hibiscrub contains chlorhexidine gluconate which is effective against a wide range of bacteria, yeasts, some fungi and viruses, so it is often used post-surgery to sterilise the body (avoiding the wound site). Before using Hibiscrub on your pet, always read the instructions carefully and get vet advice on its suitability. For general cleaning, only use Hibiscrub in diluted form as it can exacerbate skin problems and cause irritation. Best used for sterilising and not healing.

Please note: The dispenser pump is only available for the 500ml bottle and is sold separately.

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19th Feb 2018

how do you apply it

  • Customer Service Advisor

Hi Ethan,

Thank you for your question.

You need to dilute the Hibiscrub with water and then rub it on your pet. It must not be applied to open or angry wounds.

Hope that helps,


Green discharge on penis

7th May 2015

My dog has a build up of light green discharge on his penis, the vet has said it quite normal and recommended diluted hibisrub, will this be ok?

  • Non-Executive Director

The discharge is normal, but you can wash it off with and an antiseptic product is sensible. Hibiscrub is fine but I would use only a very dilute solution, and then rinse it off very well afterwards with warm water.

Acney on her chin

16th Apr 2014
My cats chin

Iv been 2 the vets with my cat who has Acney under her chin the vet prescribed hibiscrubsolution to put in water wash the area twice a day Iv been charged £7.20 for a very small amount can u suggest anything els ? Pls

  • Non-Executive Director

Hibiscrub is very good for this so I would not change it. We sell a 500ml bottle for just £6.52, so I would suggest staying with Hibiscrub but buying it more economically.