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Sphynx shampoo "The Introduction"

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Sphynx Suds shampoo for the "naturally naked" is an all natural shampoo blended with natural oils specifically formulated to clean and moisturize your Sphynx cat. Sphynx Suds is an all natural alternative to the "average" pet shampoo that sometimes contain harsh chemicals. Oh yeah, Sphynx Suds works great on all "naturally naked" pets, dogs, cats and even the "furry" pets too! So you don't have to buy numerous pet products, one for hairless, one for hair, one for dry skin one for oily skin and so on, Sphynx Suds does it all!

If you own a Sphynx already, you know what bath time consist of. If you do not own a Sphynx yet you will soon find that depending on your kitty, it is a time you will not generally look forward to.
Although some Sphynx owners are lucky and get that sweet little Sphynx that sits there and absolutely loves bath time, let me tell you something, Not mine! If you have been a Sphynx owner for a while you have found that either a certain "dish detergent" soap works ok, or perhaps a "gentle" baby shampoo does a little something, I guess? But most of the old timers wise to the oily little critters just oil up the old cat with a bucket of messy, sticky, slippery coconut oil before bath time, and yes it generally works good, the coconut does loosen up the natural oil (sebum )and dirt that the Sphynx naturally accumulates, but it's not fun to work with as described above, messy, sticky, and slippery, not to mention an "extra" step!

As a Sphynx owner you will soon find most Sphynx require a bath once a week. However we do not recommend bathing your Sphynx more than once a week. If you can go longer than a week without a bath thats great! The reason why we do not recommend more than once a week bathing is that every time you bath your Sphynx, you remove the natural oils (sebum) that protect your pet, it also leaves your pet susceptible to bacteria and possible infection. Sebum is the natural oil that protects your Sphynx skin. These oils are removed during bathing as does the dirt that sticks to the oil, the allergens and dander. So when bathing your Sphynx the removing of the sebum is normal as with any shampoo. Sphynx Suds also extends the time frame between bathing your Sphynx by keeping them cleaner longer!

Sphynx Suds is an all natural shampoo blended with all natural oils that will moisturize and refresh your Sphynx skin. It does not contain the harsh chemicals that "average" pet shampoos or even "human" shampoos put in their ingredients. Humans have a much different skin balance then the Sphynx cat.

Nothing will remove the oils and dirt like Sphynx Suds. Trust us we have tried everything! The work out of applying coconut then shampoo then rinse is great, but in actuality, besides messy and time consuming, the coconut oil will in fact draw more dirt to your Sphynx quicker then just bathing them with just good old shampoo. As far as "dish detergent" we do not recommend it due to its "repeated" use of harsh chemicals that are not safe for weekly use on your precious Sphynx. So when you see an animal being washed on television with "dish soap" remember, that animal is only being washed once then let back into the wild, not every week like you Sphynx.

To sum it up Sphynx Suds pet shampoo is an all natural superior alternative to any pet shampoo on the market that can be used on all of your pets! But you wanna know the best thing about Sphynx Suds? It's the only Sphynx shampoo in the world that actually does what it's suppose to. It works miracles on the Sphynx cat!
 
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I must try this! I am tired of my Sphynx being dirty the day after their bath. They always seem to look like street Sphynx!

MUST HAVE SPHYNX SUDS!!!!
 

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the old timers wise to the oily little critters just oil up the old cat with a bucket of messy, sticky, slippery coconut oil before bath time, and yes it generally works good, the coconut does loosen up the natural oil (sebum )and dirt that the Sphynx naturally accumulates, but it's not fun to work with as described above, messy, sticky, and slippery, not to mention an "extra" step!
I actually happen to like oiling up my bald kitty :p :p :p Its a bonding time for us, she smells wonderful, she gets her ten minute massage, purrs like a maniac! And she does get incredibly clean afterwards, but you are correct, it lasts all of 8 hrs...(we have timed it!! just enough time to look good for a cat show!) She is horribly dirty the next day. I would really really love to try your product!! Being a groomer, I have tested countless shampoos, and it will be refreshing to find one that actually does as it says!!
 

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I would love a shampoo that I can use on my Sphynx then turn around and use it on my greasy yellow lab.
 

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i agree... when/where will it be available????
 

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Not long! Hang in there folks!:ThumbsUp:
 

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sounds like its fab stuff, well heres me hoping now that when i get a sphynx this shampoo will be available to ship to the uk. :BigSmile:
 

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How exciting! I am sure that the shampoo is absolutely wonderful.
 

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Oh I can't wait my kitty is sooo oily and the next day she looks like she hasn't been bathed in a week. I did just buy coconut oil and hopefully that will help. I bathe her twice a week and wipe her down with baby wipes in between.
 

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It's coming, it's being bottled and processed as we speak. I just have to approve the label proofs and we are ready to go!:ThumbsUp:
 

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Oh I can't wait my kitty is sooo oily and the next day she looks like she hasn't been bathed in a week. I did just buy coconut oil and hopefully that will help. I bathe her twice a week and wipe her down with baby wipes in between.
Welcome to Sphynx Lair, cjsphynx. Can't wait to hear more about you and your kitty.


It's coming, it's being bottled and processed as we speak. I just have to approve the label proofs and we are ready to go!:ThumbsUp:
Can't wait to try this out.
 
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