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Clinical case contest with Dermavet

With the launch of our new skin care range #SkinBarrierProtect, we aim to encourage the use of topical care in dermatology.

In France, in collaboration with Dermavet, a website dedicated to veterinary dermatology, we have started a clinical case contest.

The winner will be offered a registration for the World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology in Boston next year. 2nd and 3rd prices will gain a registration for the french dermatology congress AFVAC : Association Française des Vétérinaires pour Animaux de Compagnie GEDAC in 2024.

A great opportunity for french vets to try our new skin care products: Sensiderm® Balm, Sensiderm® spray, Sensiderm® Shampoo and Keratoderm® Shampoo.

More information: contact@mplabo.eu

MP Labo is expanding new opportunities in Ireland.

MP Labo is expanding new opportunities in Ireland.

We are excited to announce our partnership with the Duggan Veterinary Supplies team for the launch of Lacri+® and Lacri-protect®, our new generation of Preservative-Free Eye Lubricant in the Republic of Ireland.

We are kindly looking forward to expanding our joint collaboration and working with a so talented team!

Our new skin care range !

Our new skin care range to protect the fragile skin of pets.

Close to 20 French and Belgium dermatologists were invited yesterday to a preview meeting to introduce our new range of topical skin care products.

A warm and carrying event to share with those specialists the latest innvovations from MP Labo . Some testimonials:
✳ “Nice efforts on the transparency (formula) and on the packaging.”
✳ “I appreciate the global approach and the environmental care.”
✳ “Having in one product the hydrating and emollient effect AND a skin barrier protection is innovative.”
✳ “Congratulations for this global approach and for the fragrance-free formula.”
✳ “The range is beautiful and nice.”
✳  “You bring innovations with humectant and restructurating solutions.”

Stay tunned! We will introduce the range in the coming days.

Congrès du GEDAC-AFVAC

Excellent congrès du GEDAC-AFVAC : Association Française des Vétérinaires pour Animaux de Compagnie avec 3 jours dédiés à l’otologie.

Discussions et échanges passionnants avec les consœurs et confrères vétérinaires sur les stands de MP Labo et Laboratoire DESTAING.

Sea turtles are back to Réunion Island

Sea turtles are back to Réunion island

MP Labo is committed to preserving the environment through strong actions. 

On September 30th, UNIVET Nature organized the evening of hope for wild animals. On this occasion, we got involved with them by supporting the fund for Nature and more particularly the project to save Reunion’s sea turtles led by the Centre d’Etude et de Découverte des Tortues Marines (CEDTM)

Sea turtle at the Kelonia center

Our commitment to the protection of nature and animals is also a question of meeting passionate people. Stéphane Ciccione is one of them, he is the treasurer of CEDTM and the Director of Kelonia, the care and awareness center for sea turtles in Réunion.

The basins of the Kelonia sea turtle care center


Our meeting with the CEDTM

During a meeting on December 29th, he shared with us the challenge and the meaning of his action with the CEDTM to promote the return of egg-laying sea ​​turtles on the beaches of Réunion.

We know that before the arrival of humans, Reunion Island was an important nesting site for sea turtles, but in the 20th century, this phenomenon became rare to the point that no laying was ever  observed on the island for several decades. Caring about these issues, the CEDTM and Kélonia started a program in 1999 to rehabilitate the nesting beaches through several actions:

  • replant native and endemic plant species based on the theory of “olfactory pen”: odors broadcast by certain terrestrial plants allow the turtles to orient themselves and to find the beaches favorable to the laying. These plants, such as the veloutier (“Heliotropium foertherianum”), have been cultivated and replanted on selected beaches. In 2004, 5 years after the initiation of the project, Stéphane Ciccione had the immense joy of witnessing once again the laying of a sea turtle on one of the rehabilitated beaches.

Culture of veloutier plants before re-establishment on beaches


  • Create a positive environment for laying and hatching by limiting erosion and light pollution. Turtles need a quiet place to lay eggs so that when they hatch, their offspring move towards the brightest horizon. In the wild, the moon’s reflection on the ocean plays this role. But nowadays, light pollution near beaches can confuse baby turtles. The installation of plant barriers or the reduction of the frequency and intensity of public lighting on the coast are concrete actions carried out by the association.


Today the satisfaction is great. 

Since the start of the program, more than 30 layings have taken place on two beaches in Réunion. As always, it is the passionate and enthusiastic commitment of individuals motivated by the preservation of our environment that allows to obtain such results. We are proud and happy to support such concrete projects in favor of biodiversity by rehabilitating weakened ecosystems.

Stéphane Ciccione on the beach of Kélonia rehabilitated with veloutiers: the beach of Kélonia saw the laying of a sea turtle in 2004, 5 years after the start of the project and after several decades of absence of sea turtles on the island.


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