Looking for a truly natural, organic, and safe styptic powder for dogs and cats? Unleash the natural coagulant, antiseptic, and analgesic properties of Momma Knows Best® Organics 3-in-1 Quick Heal® styptic powder.
Made in the USA with the finest USDA organic ingredients, our proprietary styptic powder blend has been specially formulated to promote fast and painless healing.
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Stop bleeding and heal your dog and cat claw cuts naturally with Momma Knows Best® Organics 3-in-1 Quick Heal®. Our proprietary styptic powder blend is made with 100% USDA approved ingredients.
BETTER FOR YOUR YOU
How much is your peace of mind worth? Buy confidently knowing that you'll help your dog/cat heal with the purest organic ingredients nature has to offer. MKB® styptic powder is free of Benzocaine, Aluminum Chloride, Ferrous Sulfate, and any harsh chemicals common in styptic powders.
BETTER FOR THE PLANET
The Momma Knows Best® USDA certified organic seal evidences that no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides were used to produce any of the ingredients in our proprietary blend. This means clean rivers, lakes, happy and healthy fauna, and healthier and longer living fur children.
Momma Knows Best® Organics 3-in-1 styptic powder is made in the USA in a USDA inspected facility, using only US sourced ingredients. Only small batches are produced at a time. Every jar is sealed inside for sanitation and tamper-proofing.
100% SATISFATION GUARANTEED
All of our products are covered by our no-questions-asked 30-day return guarantee.
ABOUT MKB® ORGANICS QUICK HEAL® 3-in-1 STYPTIC POWDER
✔️ Formulated with coagulant, analgesic, and antiseptic properties. ✔️ Made only with USDA approved ingredients. ✔️ Made in the USA. ✔️ 100% free of harsh chemicals. ✔️ USDA certified organic. ✔️ Promotes clean, fast, safe, and painless healing of claw cuts and other minor bleeding injuries.
Ingredient integrity disclosure: Unlike most commercially available styptic powders (and many pet products in general), MKB’s styptic powder for dogs and cats does not contain ingredients that are globally sourced, known to come from, native of, or produced in China.
WHY USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC STYPTIC POWDER FOR DOGS & CATS
✔️ Quality you can trust. ✔️ The USDA organic seal is an official mark of the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). ✔️ Our USDA organic styptic powder is certified to have been made with ingredients that were either produced or grown with no prohibited substances or dangerous toxic chemicals that may harm your dog or cat. ✔️ The USDA organic seal is protected by federal regulation. ✔️ The USDA organic seal may never be used to misrepresent non-organically produced products as organic.
"Organic" is not the same as "USDA Organic." Did you know that if it's not USDA certified organic it may not even be organic at all?
3-IN-1 QUICK HEAL® STYPTIC POWDER IS NOT YOUR AVERAGE POWDER FOR DOG’S NAILS
✔️ Most styptic powders only help with stopping the bleeding, but that's just the first step. What about the pain and risk of infections? ✔️ Naturally formulated with ingredients carefully selected for their coagulant, analgesic, and antiseptic properties. ✔️ MKB’s proprietary styptic powder blend was specially formulated as a holistic approach to help pet parents reduce and mitigate the trauma caused by accidental cutting of the claw quick. ✔️ Momma Knows Best® Organics styptic powder blend brings you the best of mother nature’s healing powers to help your dog/cat heal in the least traumatic fashion. ✔️ Not just for claw related injuries.
FREE OF BENZOCAINE, ALUMINUM CHLORIDE, FERROUS SULFATE, AND OTHER TOXIC CHEMICALS.
✔️ Did you know that not all styptic powders are created equal? Some might potentially harm your fur babies. ✔️ Momma Knows Best® Organics 3-in-1 styptic powder is free of toxic and harsh chemicals common in most styptic powders. ✔️ FREE of Benzocaine: This chemical is known to produce Methemoglobinemia in dogs. ✔️ FREE of Aluminum Chloride: This chemical should only be administered under vet supervision and as prescribed. ✔️ FREE of Ferrous Sulfate: May cause allergic reactions. Do not use on dogs with certain blood disorders.
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Styptic Powder FAQs
Styptic powder is a handy first-aid tool used to stop bleeding in dogs. Most commercially available styptic powders contain an ingredient called ferric subsulfate, which helps promote blood clotting by constricting blood vessels when applied to a bleeding nail or minor wound. It aids in quickly stopping bleeding and can prevent excessive blood loss. Ferric sulfate has not been approved by the FDA as being either safe or effective. Alternatively, look for natural and organic options to stop bleeding and encourage healing.
Styptic powder should be used when your dog experiences a bleeding nail during nail trimming or if they have a minor cut or scrape that is bleeding. It is not intended for use on severe wounds or deep lacerations. For serious injuries, seek immediate veterinary attention.
To use styptic powder, first, apply gentle pressure to the bleeding nail using a clean cloth or gauze pad to help control the bleeding. Next, dip the bleeding end of the nail directly into the styptic powder or use a cotton swab to apply the powder to the affected area. Maintain pressure for a few seconds, and the bleeding should stop.
Yes, styptic powder is generally safe to use on your dog's and cat's nails when used as directed. However, it's important to handle the powder carefully and avoid contact with your fur baby's eyes, nose, or mouth. If your cat or dog shows any signs of discomfort or adverse reactions, discontinue use and consult with your veterinarian.
Styptic powder is primarily designed for minor bleeding nails in dogs. It is not recommended for use on other types of wounds, such as deep cuts or punctures. For serious wounds, it's crucial to seek professional veterinary care.
Styptic powder typically works quickly to stop bleeding, often within seconds. However, the exact time may vary depending on the severity of the bleeding and how well the powder is applied. Applying gentle pressure in addition to using styptic powder can help achieve better results.
While styptic powder may cause a temporary stinging sensation, it is generally well-tolerated. Most cats and dogs experience minimal discomfort when the powder is applied to their bleeding nails. However, it's important to handle your fur baby's paws gently and soothe them after using the powder.
It's important to store styptic powder in a cool, dry place away from moisture and direct sunlight. Ensure that the container is tightly sealed to maintain its efficacy. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for specific storage guidelines.
Yes, styptic powder can be used on puppies. However, it's important to be extra cautious and use a gentle touch when applying the powder to their delicate nails. Keep the application process calm and stress-free to ensure a positive experience for your puppy.
In the absence of styptic powder, you can use cornstarch or flour as a temporary substitute to help stop bleeding in minor wounds or bleeding nails. Apply a small amount of cornstarch or flour to the bleeding area and maintain gentle pressure until the bleeding subsides. However, it's recommended to have styptic powder readily available for more effective and convenient use.
I love this, John cut one of our dogs nails to short and he bled. I used the Organic Toe Beans styptic powder the bleeding stopped immediately and it didn’t burn him like regular styptic powder does. Not to mention it also keeps infection out. Love my dogs so I want the Best for my fur babies.. and that’s what this is.
marisa perry brager
Grateful to have found this!
My dane has some issues with the edges of her ears bleeding, the other day she scratched it and it bled pretty bad, I wasn’t prepared for that so packed her ear edge with arrowroot powder in an attempt to control the bleeding (it didn’t work great). Because of that incident, I started searching for styptic powders but realized they all contained junk chemicals. I stumbled on Momma Knows Best and was so grateful to find an organic product I could feel good about using on her. I haven’t had a chance to use it yet, but with the frequency of this issue, I’m I will soon. I’ve been eyeing their balm also, may come back for that!
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