Frequently Asked Questions
Will My Pet Sunblock Harm my Animal
My pet sunblock is a physical barrier on the skin. Free of Nano particles which are used in the industry for transporting ingredients into the skin. My pet sunblock ingredient particles are too large to be absorbed into the skin. Pharmaceutical grade ingredients are used in our product.
How do I apply My Pet Sunblock
The applicator that comes with the product can be applied dry or if you wish, the applicator can be dampened slightly so that the product can be applied as a paste. If applied this way ,the product will dry immediately. This is a thicker application than dry but both work very well and it is a complete Sunblock not Sunscreen.
What kind of Ingredients are in My Pet Sunblock?
There are only two ingredients in the product.
Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide.
They are Pharmaceutical grade ingredients.
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Thank you so much! My overo paint is so happy with your product. Last summer was really bad she got burned and my vet had to do a biopsy because he didn't know what was wrong...results were a sunburn. All summer is put gooey baby sunblock on her every morning. We have had a very hot winter here in CA and she already has begun shedding. I just received your product and am so happy. Not only is it protecting her but her beautiful face is bright and white instead of gooey with sunblock. Photo if myself and my paint Kachina. Thank you again!!!
I've been using My Pony Sunblock on my boy for 3 years, I'm still using last years this year ( first pot got dropped a few times so ran out) I bought my first and second one from the States. I apply it every evening and if I ride during the day I reapply. It does last 24 hrs, it leaves a thin film on my boys nose and eye. It is water proof and you can apply it to a wet or dry area. I apply Billy's, with the sponge supplied, as a powder, you can apply it as a paste. I wouldn't use anything else on him. Here he is with it on.
I started using your product about a month ago and I'll never use anything else! My pony used to be so bad for liquid sunscreen, but he doesn't mind My Pet Sunblock!