MinkSheen 4 in 1 Pet Shampoo is a gentle shampoo and coat conditioner. It is made for sensitive skin and safe for frequent baths.
MinkSheen has an excellent reputation with Touch of Mink’s professional pet business customers. This is because it works! It is simply the most superior dog shampoo available for immediate and long-term results. Combining the shampoo and conditioner into one concentrated product provides an excellent value to groomers. The superior quality of the mink-oil makes it unmatched for coat softness and shine.
MinkSheen 4-in-1 shampoo is made by Touch of Mink, which has nearly a half-century of experience in skin care products for humans. The natural formulation and effectiveness of mink oil is perfect for both cleansing and conditioning, providing a complete bathing experience for pets that detangles, softens and gives a lasting shine.
Why Use Pet Shampoo and Not Other Products?
It might be tempting to use human shampoo or even household products to bathe animals, but this is harmful to animal skin. It breaks down their skin, making it easier for bacteria and parasites to attack. Using a specialized pet product to bathe a dog, horse or farm animals ensures sensitive skin is protected.
Sensitive Skin
Whereas human skin has 10 to 15 cell layers, dog skin has just three to five. Human skin can handle acidic products with chemicals that irritate dog skin. Harsh products cause dryness, leading to itching, scratching and then abrasions and infections.
MinkSheen is mink-oil infused to seal in moisture. Mink oil is rich in Omega-7, which supplies the skin with fatty acids needed for healthy moisture balance and repair, so important to sensitive skin.
How Often Should You Bathe a Dog?
How often to bathe varies according to breed and coat length, and also depends on lifestyle and habits. Dogs that play outside need more frequent baths. For mostly indoor dogs, especially short hair breeds, once a month is usually plenty.
Bi-Weekly: Dogs that play outdoors and like to roll around in the dirt, can be safely bathed every-other week with MinkSheen or as needed. Plain water rinses may be used on off-weeks.
Weekly: According to the AKC, it’s OK to bathe a dog weekly if a gentle pet shampoo is used.
Every few months: Double-coated breeds (such as Labs) have an oily double coat that insulates and waterproofs. These dogs may be bathed every few months unless they get smelly.
What Happens if You Bathe a Dog Too Often?
Shampooing with inferior pet shampoo dries out the skin and hair. MinkSheen is a gentle shampoo with natural oils that enrich coats and soothe skin, so frequent bathing helps the coat become rich and luxuriant.
Why use MinkSheen?
1. Gently cleans and conditions in one step – keeps bath time short
2. Mink-oil infused to restore moisture, softness and shine
3. Concentrated formula, so a little goes a long way
4. Safe for frequent use by groomers
5. Nontoxic: no harsh chemicals or irritants
6. Free of sulfates and dyes
7. Smells fresh and eliminates odors
8. Rich lather that rinses easily
9. Biodegradable
10. Made in the U.S. from quality ingredients
11. Made for sensitive skin, re-moisturizes, soothes, and restores elasticity to coats.
Using a pet shampoo with a built in coat conditioner is recommended for a long-term shinier, healthier and stronger coat. MinkSheen is gentle enough to be used often when groomers are working on a show coat quality shine. Even from the first use, MinkSheen transforms coats into silky and beautiful manes. MinkSheen is very effective at cleaning, detangling, increasing smoothness and preventing matting.
How to Bathe Your Dog, Horse or other pets with MinkSheen
  1. Gather all products, tools, treats and towels
  2. Dilute MinkSheen: 8-10 parts water to 1 part shampoo. Shake well.
  3. Before bathing, brush.
  4. Run lukewarm water.
  5. Wet/spray back first.
  6. Lather for 2 minutes. For large animals lather and rinse one area at a time.
  7. Rinse thoroughly. Keep rinsing until the water runs clear.
  8. Blot dry with a towel, careful not to tangle hair.

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