Etiderm Shampoo is a keratoplastic, antiseptic cleansing product for cats and dogs. This gentle formulated shampoo is enriched with Keratin proteins, providing strength to your pet’s hair. After shampooing, active ingredient Chitanoside creates a layer of protection around the skin and hair.
WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES
Etiderm Shampoo provided strength and shine to dull, life-less hair.
Pet owners know there is nothing that says healthy better than a thick, shinny coat of hair. For many pets, however, hair can lose its luster or shine due to regular wear and tear. A healthy coat of hair begins at the scalp as natural oils strengthen and nourish each hair strand. These natural oils are produced from glands which are in the deep of said oils. Harsh shampoos, change in temperature, diet, stress, and hormonal changes all attack the hair and scalp. As the hair coat begins to dull, a pet may develop dandruff which is an over drying of the skin. A pet may begin to lose hair as the hair shaft weakens. He or she may also become itchy due to the dry texture of the hair.
A healthy hair coat be obtained through personal hygiene, diet, and keeping up to date on parasite control. Pets can be washed weekly, to every other week depending on the breed of dog/cat. Pet should only be washed with shampoos and conditioners labeled for pets. Shampoos meant for human use can contain detergents that are harsh for pet skin. Brushing a pet’s hair is an easy way to move oils from the scalp to the lengths of the hair. Brushing long-haired pets on a regular basis will improve hair strength and shine within a week. Pet handlers should always keep up-to-date of flea preventatives, tick preventatives, chewing lice, and mite treatments when needed. Parasites destroy a pet’s hair and skin health, as well as a number of other medical complications. Lastly, a pet’s diet plays a huge role on the appearance of his/her hair coat. A well rounded diet, enriched with healthy fats and oils are perfect for a great hair coat. Always read a pet food label to be sure your pet is receiving an adequate amount of nutrients.
As the hair coat begins to dull, a pet may develop dandruff which is an over drying of the skin. A pet may begin to lose hair as the hair shaft weakens. He or she may also become itchy due to the dry texture of the hair.
PETS WITH ALIMENTS
RELATIVE INFO ON BREED MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT
Any breed of cat or dog can obtain a poor hair coat. Long-haired cats and dogs tend to display a prominent poor hair coat due to the amount of hair that they have.
QUESTIONS FOR MY VET
1.What steps should I take if my pet has adverse effects from product?
No adverse side effects have been reported. If your pet does experience adverse reactions, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian.
2. Does my pet’s diet reflex his skin and hair coat?
Absolutely, proper diet with Natural fats and oils within a pet’s food will produce a great shine to the hair and healthy skin.
3. What other ways can I treat my pet’s dry skin?
An easy preventative and treatment for dandruff is regular brushings. Brushing the pet will spread the oils around the body of the pet, allowing the skin to become moistened.
4. What brush type is recommended for my pet?
Brushed should be stiff enough to reach into the coat, yet soft enough to as not damage the skin to a greater extent. Pets with long hair may require the use of combs in order to fully reach the epidermis layer of skin.
5. If my pet’s dry skin is caused by natural oils lost, can I apply artificial oils to his hair?
Oils specially made for pets can be purchased at local pet shops and stores. These oils should be made from natural ingredients to prevent allergies, a few sprits of product while brushing will ensure healthy skin.
Product not FDA approved to cure any disease or parasite condition.
Do not place product in ears.
Not to be used on infants.
PET: Avoid eye contact. Avoid ingestion. Do not use in ears.
HUMANS: Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid ingestion of product.
If in eyes: If product residue affects the eyes, keep the affected eye open while flushing said eye with water. If individual wears contact lenses, remove the contact and continue flushing eye for five minutes. Continue to cleanse the eye for 20 minutes and contact a medical physician if irritation occurs.
Storage and disposal
Storage: Store product at room temperature. Avoid freezing.
Disposal: Dispose un-used or empty containers as directed on the label. Never re-use containers and always recycle or dispose. If you have any questions, contact your local medical waste agency for directions or contact 1-800-CLEANUP for additional information.
Active Ingredients Amount
Ethyl lactate 10% w/w
Propylene glycol, TEA lauryl sulfate, Spherulites, cocamide DEA, linoleamide DEA, water, chitosanide, benzyl alcohol, lactic acid, fragrance, hydroxypropyl cellulose, methyl paraben, and propyl paraben. Chitosanide and ethyl lactate are present in encapsulated (SPHERULITES) and free forms. Benzalkonium chloride is present in encapsulated form.