Why Should Pet Pawrents Care About Cat Skin and Fur Care?
Your cat’s skin is the first line of defense between the body and the outside world. Moist dermatitis or "hot spots" can happen when your furkiddo itches or obsessively grooms the irritated skin until the area is raw. The repeated licking or pawing breaks the skin and allows bacteria to spread, so the affected area can become inflamed and infected and can be very uncomfortable for your kitty. Excessive production of oils in the skin can be a response to irritation and can cause unpleasant odors.
How Coco Furcare - Coat Spray for Cats Supports Your Pet’s Skin and Coat.
NHV’s Coco Furcare's all-natural blend of ingredients is safe to use on a daily basis to strengthen your cat’s skin barrier against biting critters and skin irritations while encouraging hair growth and hydration. The coconut oil protects your pet’s skin, encourages healing and helps provide mild UV protection against harmful sun rays. Ingredients like cedarwood, neem, clove bud, lavender and lemongrass work as natural deodorizers against unpleasant smells caused by clogged or irritated skin and reduce dander too! Allergies, bacterial infection and yeast infection are only a few examples of conditions that can benefit from NHV’s Coco Furcare.
Tips for keeping your Cat’s Coat Healthy (with Coco Fur Care)
- Blend of ingredients can soothe skin and moisturize fur (non-greasy)
- Rosemary and coconut oil may provide mild UV protection
- Help naturally shield against biting insects like ticks, fleas, lice
- Helps prevent hot spots and reduce inflammation
- Encourages hair growth
- Cedarwood, neem, clove bud, lavender and lemongrass work as natural deodorizers
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Coco Furcare for Cats is a feline coat supplement that enhances your cat’s current skin and fur care routine. Or your veterinarian if you have any questions or concerns about your fur baby’s current coat and skin care regime.
- item number
- 0.70 LBS
- 2.0 fl. oz. (60ml)
- life stages
- adult, senior, kitten
- liquid (spray)
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Disclaimer: The information provided in relation to the products mentioned is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be construed as professional veterinary advice or a substitute for consultation with a qualified veterinarian. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any pet health condition. Consult a licensed veterinarian before using any product or making changes to your pet's diet, health, or wellness routine. Individual pet health outcomes may vary, and the effectiveness of the product may depend on various factors specific to your pet. Always carefully read and follow the product label and instructions. The manufacturer and distributor of these products do not assume any liability for any direct or indirect consequences that may arise from the use of these products on pets. All information is for educational purposes only.
Made with the finest, organically grown or ethically harvested herbs. Made specifically for pets, vet-formulated and vet approved.
Neem leaf (Azadiracha Indica)
Neem has been used in India for over two millennia for its medicinal properties. It has anti-tumor, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties that are beneficial to help your furkiddo achieve the coat they've always wanted as well as aid with skin-related issues like allergies, dermatitis, hair loss, dry skin, dandruff, and skin cancer. Azadiractin - a chemical component found in neem acts as a natural shield against bug bites by interfering with their growth cycle. Too good to be true? Wait until you read about all the other amazing ingredients in Coco Furcare.
For centuries, coconut oil (which contains lauric acid and linoleic acid) has been used to improve overall skin and coat health. It can help against microorganisms and has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-allergic properties that protect, moisturize and improve your pet's coat. Coconut oil also provides mild UV protection so your pet can play in the sun, have soft skin, and be protected while they're at it.
Rosemary Leaf (Rosmarinus officinalis L.)
Rosemary contains anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, and astringent properties that help your fur baby recover from skin allergies, dermatitis, promote wound healing and prevent tick bites. The antioxidants in rosemary help to reverse the negative effects of sun exposure (ie: skin cancer) as well as fight free radical damage in hair follicles. When used topically, it reduces discomfort and improves circulation.
A naturally high alkaline substance, sodium bicarbonate is known to have antibacterial, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal properties. It gently absorbs moisture, leaving skin smelling fresh and clean while soothing irritated skin. Sodium bicarbonate also helps to rid your sweet pet of dandruff! It acts as a natural deodorizer and helps soothe irritated, burned skin caused by insect bites.
Lavender's sweet aroma helps to relax pets (and their human guardians) while its anti-inflammatory properties can protect against flea, tick, and parasite bites. If your pet is bitten, lavender helps to reduce the discomfort and itching by reducing swelling and overall discomfort. Its antibacterial, astringent, analgesic and anti-depressive properties are especially beneficial for the prevention and treatment of skin-related issues like dermatitis or skin allergies. The antiseptic and antibacterial properties also help your furry friend recover from cuts and scrapes from an extra intense play session.
For centuries, Cedarwood has been used by the Egyptians and Native Americans to deter ticks, fleas, mosquitos, moths, and other harmful pests as well as being used to relieve itchy, dry skin. Its wonderfully woody, fresh scent contains antihistaminic, anti-inflammatory properties that disinfect and destroy pathogens (both viral and fungal), leaving your pet smelling clean, fresh, and ready to go!
Clove bud (Syzgium aromaticum)
Clove is a very aromatic spice with sweet, fruity, and spicy notes that help to eliminate odors. With antihistaminic and anti-inflammatory properties, clove bud is great at soothing skin to stop your kitty from constant scratching and chronic hot spots. It helps disinfect wounds and works against fungal infections. Clove also helps with cough, respiratory issues, and allergies. In traditional medicine, it has been used to ward off fleas, ticks, and other biting insects.
Lemongrass (Citronella) (Cymbopogon)
Studies have shown that lemongrass has many medicinal properties, acting as anthelmintic (removes parasitic worms), antibacterial, anti-fungal, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory agent to make skin and coat healthier and stronger. The anti-inflammatory properties help with anxiety, discomfort reduction, and swelling, while its natural deodorizing properties keep your furkiddo looking and smelling great! Lemongrass also provides effective protection against insect bites eg. mites, mosquitoes, and ticks.
Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)
Chamomile is one of the best antioxidants for the skin due to its anti-histaminic, anti-inflammatory properties that help to heal wounds (including those caused by fleabites), contact allergies, defend against microorganisms, and various bacterial fungal infections. It is even known to expel parasites! This plant is praised for its therapeutic benefits and wound healing properties. Its sweet, soft floral scent also helps calm your pet's nerves (as well as their human guardians).
Eucalyptus is naturally antiseptic and can help reduce inflammation of the respiratory tract so it is great support if your furry friend has bronchitis or asthma. This plant extract has been commonly used for flea prevention due to its anti-itch, anti-parasitic, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, antiseptic and anti-fungal properties. Eucalyptus also deodorizes skin, heals wounds, smells pleasant, nourishes skin and coat, soothes skin allergies, and boosts hair growth.
How to Apply
Lightly spray your pet from back of ears to tail, taking care to avoid the eye area. Brush through coat, repeat as needed.
For Best Results
Herbal dietary supplements are beneficial to the health and well-being of your pet and are safe for long-term use. Every pet responds to natural herbal supplements differently, therefore it is important to be consistent and administer the product daily.
All NHV Natural Pet Products are pure herbal extracts and contain no artificial additives, preservatives or coloring. Shelf life after opening is 2 years and refrigeration not required
Cautions and Contraindications
Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact with eyes flush thoroughly with water. Keep out of reach of pets and children to avoid possible consumption. Do not use in pregnant or nursing animals. Speak to your vet before using our products. A second visit is recommended if your pet’s condition does not improve, or deteriorates after continued use of the supplements.
All information provided by NHV Natural Pet Products is for educational purposes only.
Is Coco Furcare for cats safe to lick?
While our cat spray for fur care contains natural ingredients that are safe for consumption in small amounts, pet owners should just make sure that the spray is fully brushed into their fur for best results.
What can I give to promote my cat’s coat?
Coco Furcare is an all-natural, multi-purpose topical spray made with ingredients like chamomile for a calming effect, moisturizers like cedarwood, and deodorizers such as lemongrass. All of these natural extracts help to provide comprehensive and effective care for your furry friend’s skin and coat. Add if you want an internal proactive care supplement to support optimal cat health!
Can you use Coco FurCare for fleas?
Our coat spray for cats offers supplementary support to your pet’s current skincare treatment. Coco Furcare for Cats should not be used to treat or cure parasitic infestations. If your cat is feeling itchy and irritated from a pest infestation, try NHV target spray for cats and see your local veterinarian.
Can I put coconut oil on my cat’s coat?
No. As the name suggests, NHV Coco Furcare does have coconut oil in it but this combination of natural ingredients has been specially formulated for your cat so that you get all of the benefits of coconut oil with none of the nasty parts like greasy fur!