Natural Zinc-Free Sun Cream for Pets 50g

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  • Natural sun protection for your pet (cats and dogs)
  • Zinc-Free
  • SPF 15 protects 94% of the UV lights
  • Safe if ingested

DIRECTIONS

Apply to the nose, ear tips, skin surrounding the lips, and any area where skin is exposed to the sun, particularly pink skinned areas. Re-apply after swimming.

Cats need sun protection too. This natural, Zinc-free Sun Cream is perfect for those sun loving cats as Dr Zoo uses edible oils along with Titanium Dioxide to provide sun protection as an alternative to Zinc, which is toxic for cats. Cats that have light coloured noses, thin or missing fur, or that just love to sun-bake are most in need of sun protection because pets can get sunburnt just like us.

The perfect companion to your cat adventures when you are training your cat to walk on a harness and leash outdoors. 

For more information on sun safety, visit our blog post Slip Slop Slap - Sunscreen For Cats.

 

INGREDIENTS

Purified Water, Titanium Dioxide, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Coco-Caprylate (coconut based cleanser) Triglyceride (Fractionated Coconut oil) Glyceryl Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol (Plant Emulsifier), Piroctone Olamine, Naringin (Bittering Agent from Orange Peel), Dicaprylyl Carbonate (Emollient Ingredient), Aluminium Stearate (Emulsifier), Hop Extract

Please be aware that ingredients may vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product packaging for the most up-to-date and relevant list of ingredients!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can my cat get sunburnt?

Yes, even when fur and pigmented skin act as a natural barrier to sunlight and the harmful effects of UV radiation. White cats with pink skin and some cats with naturally thin fur are more at risk. Mainly the nose and ears can be affected by sun damage on any cats. White cats have a higher incidence of developing dangerous tumours, cancer (squamous cell carcinomas) as a result of excessive exposure to UV and it is important these cats are kept mainly indoors during the middle of the day when the sun is strongest.

Is this Sun Cream broad-spectrum? 

Yes, Dr Zoo use Titanium Dioxide which is considered broad-spectrum. 

 

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