Dr. Schmedley’s ™ Sol Screen FAQ
Below are answers to DR. SCHMEDLEY™ Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is Dr. Schmedley's Sol Screen Reef Safe?
Q: How often should I put this on my pet?
A: Reapply every 30 minutes. Unless swimming then may need reapplication more frequently.
Q: What animals should this be put on?
A: We recommend Sol Screen for any pet/animal with short thin light, white hair, pink skin or pets with a summer cut and shaved down. Dr. Schmedley’s™ Sol Screen pet sunscreen is great for Boxers, Labradors, Retrievers, Dobermans, Bull Dogs, Pit Bull Terriers, Poodles, Schnauzers, West Highland Terriers, Bichons, Maltese, Dalmatians, Great Danes, Saint Bernards, Great Pyrenees, Chihuahuas, Dachshunds, Chinese Crested Dogs, Sharpeis, Shepherds, Cattle dogs, Healers, Spaniels, Pointers, Scottish Terriers, Jack and Rat Terriers or on any mixed breed dog. Also can be used on cats, primates, pigs, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas, cows and horses. Works well for pets subjected to high sun or outdoor exposure, shaved down pets, hairless breeds, working animals, swimming, boating, at the dog park, hiking, boating, snow activities, or active lifestyle dogs/any animal who are exposed to the sun.
Q: Is this safe for my cat?
A: This pet sunscreen contains Titanium Dioxide, which is considered safe for use on ear tips and “non-lickable” exposed areas of cats. Cats are fastidious groomers and usually loathe anything topical on their fur or skin. Cats will try their hardest to lick it off. Even homeopathic remedies can be toxic to cats if put on areas they lick and ingest. The recommended ratio of tea tree oil to avoid toxicity in pets is 0.1-1.0%. Sol Screen Pet sunscreen is less than 0.05% tea tree oil per 4 ounce bottle. (As of April 2017 this product no longer contains tea tree oil)
Q: What else can I use this for?
A: A natural insect guard to protect you and your pets from Fleas, Ticks, Mosquitoes, and Flies. Also screens harmful UV rays, which may cause skin cancer and sunburns in pets. (Prevents pre-skin cancers in white, pink, or light color pigmented animals. Dogs, cats, horses, llamas, pigs, cows, goats, sheep, and any animal with sensitive skin.)
Q: Can I use this if I forgot my sunscreen?
A: Yes! It is safe for people too!
Q: What is in Sol Screen?
A: Sol Screen was formulated with natural and organic ingredients. Every ingredient is safe for skin even if the animal licks (because they will!). This moisturizing sunscreen is PABA free, non-greasy and is formulated with Titanium Dioxide a physical blocker sunscreen and essential oils to repel insects. Contains natural skin and coat conditioners. Aromatherapy (pleasant odor aids in creating a calming effect). This product offers excellent protection against harmful UVA/UVB and infrared rays to prevent sunburn and harmful photo-damage. Continued use may help reduce the risk of some skin cancers.
***Petnpeopl™ represents that this product qualifies for exemption from registration under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) under the Minimum Risk Exemption. These products have not been registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency.***
Not for human consumption