Fishkeeping brand and manufacturer Tetra has updated its AquaSafe water conditioner with an enhanced anti-stress formula to better support fish health and wellbeing, especially during water changes.
Tetra’s AquaSafe, which makes tap water safe for fish by neutralising harmful substances such as chlorine, chloramine, lead, zinc and copper, has been enhanced with vitamin B. Furthermore, the inclusion of iodine and magnesium helps to promote vitality and growth, while specially formulated nurturing plant extracts help to maintain healthy fins, skin, gills and mucous membranes.
The water conditioner also encourages the settlement and bioactivity of nitrifying bacteria in the aquarium. These microorganisms play a role in creating a biological balance and promoting the health of aquarium creatures.
Ashleigh Foster, aquatics marketing manager at Tetra said: “We’re excited to announce the launch of our enhanced AquaSafe water conditioner which helps to strengthen the care category. Fish can be exposed to stress during water changes and we need to try and minimise this as much as possible.
“This is where the new Tetra AquaSafe offers the perfect solution by really supporting fish health and wellbeing through its anti-stress properties. Not only can it be used during water changes but it’s also suitable for transporting fish by adding it to the bag in which the fish is travelling.”
Tetra’s new AquaSafe water conditioner enhanced with anti-stress properties will be available from July with an RRP of £5.40/100ml.