How can our furry friends benefit from coconut-based products?

In Indian culture, the coconut tree is esteemed as the Kalpa Vriksha, or 'the tree that provides all necessities for life. Coconuts are not just a significant source of nutrients; they offer a plethora of other health advantages as well. Coconut palm products have been employed in natural remedies globally for centuries. We take pride in incorporating the benefits of fermented coconut oil, derived from organically harvested coconuts, into our Fur Breeze pet products.


Coconut oil is a common ingredient in shampoos and conditioners due to its natural moisturizing effects. We infused coconut oil essence into our grooming gloves and wipes to assist in restoring luster to the coat, while gently cleaning and deodorizing the skin and fur.


Enhanced with refined fermented coconut oil, our product boasts a composition rich in nourishing monounsaturated fats like lauric acid. This formula offers multiple skincare advantages for your pet,


  • Purifying their skin
  • Neutralizing odors
  • Providing hydration
  • Offering nourishment
  • And even has properties that may discourage germs.

Coconut oil is widely recognized for its mildness and beneficial properties in pet care products. However, it's essential to consider:

  • Allergy risks, although rare with coconut oil, can't be completely ruled out. Avoid use if your pet has known allergies to it.
  • For pets with naturally oily coats, seek ingredients that balance the moisture without adding excess oil.
  • Apply with care to avoid pore-clogging, particularly for pets prone to skin issues like acne.
  • Aloe Vera

    Aloe vera has been used as a natural remedy for thousands of years, primarily used for a variety of skin conditions as it soothes and moisturizes irritated skin.

  • Oatmeal

    Oatmeal can help hydrate and moisturize the skin, and can aid in reducing skin dryness and associated flaking and itching.

  • Chamomile

    Chamomile is an ancient natural remedy, which was used by the Greeks for managing irritated skin.

  • Baking Soda

    Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, has been used as a home remedy for insect bites, minor irritations, itching, and more.

  • Tea Polyphenol

    Tea polyphenols are believed to have anti-oxidant effects, are soothing to the skin, and may reduce irritation and redness.

    Soothing and Polishing

    Our special wipes are mixed with coconut oil, oatmeal, and chamomile to clean your pet gently and make their fur shiny and soft.

    Gentle for Delicate Companions

    FurBreeze uses a special method to make coconut oil even more soothing, so it's extra gentle for pets with sensitive skin.

    Refreshing and Clean

    Our wipes are naturally scented, leaving your pet smelling as fresh as tropical breezes.

    Optimized Nourishment

    FurBreeze's fermentation technique boosts the natural potency of coconut oil, ensuring your pet benefits from the full range of its hydrating properties.