As more and more people are breeding reptiles and are keeping them as pets, they want to find easier ways of cleaning, and moisturizing their pet’s skin, to prevent it from shedding. Seeing the demand for such products increase, Zentry Works answered the call, and created the patent-pending ReptileWipes to fulfil pet-owners’ requirements. It allows pet-owners to quickly and efficiently bathe their reptiles. A one of-a-kind, high quality product, with a basic and convenient application of wiping the dirt on the skin off, it can be used by anyone, anywhere, and on any type of reptile. It works particularly well for show pets making them spotless before their public appearance, or animal rescuers who require to gently wash saved reptiles.
ReptileWipes are alcohol-free, without added perfumes or dyes, made with purified water, maltodextrin, sodium benzoate, polyaminopropyl biguanide, coco-glucoside, vitamin E, glycerine, and polysorbate 20. It’s enriched with aloe vera, jojoba oil and coconut oil, giving pets a silky smooth surface finished off with a light coconut smell from the natural oil ingredients.
As a newcomer to this market, Zentry Works is offering competitive services to its clientele to stand out against competitors. ReptileWipes targets hobbyists, reptile rescuers, educators, and vetrinarians as the number of these groups gradually rises, increasing demand.
The product is sold on the company’s website, as well as on Amazon. Currently, a 15% off sale is offered to customers in celebration of their grand opening. They’ve also released a promotional video on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVVFAEMBkRw) to mark their launch. As a charitable and humane act, they are planning a monthly donation of a case of their wipes to an organization devoted to providing educational services or aims to rehabilitate injured, neglected, and unwanted reptiles.
The company’s founder Rachel Edler said, “In my quest to find the perfect ingredients for my wipes, I learned that most wet wipe ingredients are fairly toxic and could not be used on small delicate animals such as reptiles. Harsh frangrances, alcohol and chemicals that cause serious damage to even our own skin.”
For more information, visit their website at http://zentryworks.com/.