While cats can be good at keeping themselves clean, they sometimes need an extra hand to keep their skin and coat healthy. The DERMagic Feline Rosemary Shampoo Bar helps to keep your cat's skin and coat looking and feeling fresh. This gentle cat shampoo bar helps to reduce and remove potential irritants, including dirt, dandruff, and excess hair. Made with cat-safe ingredients, you can rest assured knowing that your cat is safe from harsh ingredients that may irritate their sensitive skin further.
To use, wet your cat in a bathtub or shower. You may find it easiest to use a wet washcloth to bathe your cat. Lather the soap in your hands and massage into your cat's fur and skin, being careful to avoid the face. Rinse immediately and thoroughly with clean water. Do not let the shampoo sit on the skin for an extended period of time.
The use of conditioners on your cat is not recommended as this may irritate their sensitive skin. Simply dry them off with a soft towel and let them relax with their shiny, clean coat!
Don't bathe your cat too often! For healthy cats, we recommend bathing a maximum of once a month, or whenever they get dirty, whichever is longest between baths.
Note: Always consult with your veterinarian before beginning any skin treatments to ensure that any underlying causes for skin issues have been ruled out.
Never use anything on your pet that is made for people! The difference is people have a different pH for their skin and hair. People are more acidic (pH 1-7) and dogs have a more alkaline skin and coat (pH 7-14). DERMagic liquid and bar shampoos and conditioners are carefully pH-balanced for pets and will not dry or irritate their skin.
Dandruff can be caused by many things. Examples are often as simple as an imbalance in the pH of the skin or from poor quality shampoo. To get rid of it fast, use our DERMagic Dead Sea Anti-Dandruff Salt Scrubs as a wet scrub just prior to bathing. Just wet your dog down and massage a handful or two deeply into the fur. The massage will feel wonderful to your dog and the aromatherapy will calm him even more. Next shampoo and condition your dog with DERMagic liquid or bar shampoo and conditioner and rinse thoroughly. After drying you will notice the dandruff will be gone!
Yes, DERMagic products are designed to reduce irritation and itching. The DERMagic Feline Rosemary Shampoo Bar is specifically designed to reduce dandruff and eliminate excess oils on your cat's skin which may cause irritation to your pet.
The amount of product that you will need to use for your pet will depend on a variety of factors, including the size of your pet, the hair type of your pet, the specific condition they have, and the severity of their condition. As a simple rule of thumb, start with less product and add more until the entire affected area is covered with a thin layer.
It depends. Some pets may begin to show improvement after a few uses of the DERMagic products, while others may take several months. It all depends on your pet's specific conditon, severity of the condition, and your pet's unique physiology and skin composition. Patience and a regular treatment schedule are key for ensuring that these products can do their job for your pet.
Red, slightly inflammed skin is common within the first few treatments. This occurs from the products working on the cellular level to purge the dead skin and any infections. The body is working with the ingredients in the products to remove the harmful materials, which may appear as red or inflammed skin, flakiness, and even a brownish-tinge to an area. This should clear up with a few more treatments. If the discoloration, inflammation, and flakiness do not improve or your pet seems particularly irritated with the area, consult your veterinarian to ensure they are not having an adverse reaction to the products.
While uncommon, it is possible for your pet to have an adverse reaction to the products. If this occurrs, immediately discontinue use and contact your veterinarian. You may wash your pet with clean water to remove any product that may be on their skin and coat to stop the reaction from progressing.