As part of a growth cycle, cats shed cells that are invisible. These invisible skin cells are called dander. Unlike dandruff—which clumps together and is quite visible—dander cannot be detected with the naked eye, but can accumulate all over your home.

As a result, these invisible flecks of skin can cause an allergic reaction to those who are typically triggered by them. A runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, skin irritation and wheezing is not exactly the best time to be had, after being around cats.

Therefore, you may want to look into some products that can help to reduce or eliminate cat dander, so that you can spend more quality time with your cat. In that regard, below is a list of “7 Quality Treatments For Cat Dander”.

7. LivePure,
Anti-Allergen
Fabric Solution

By LivePure

LivePure is a proprietary, anti-allergen formula made of deionized water, plants, minerals and an anti-allergen additive. It’s designed to eliminate up to 97% of allergens, while being gentle on upholstery. It’s made to be used on many different surfaces and it can be applied by a spray bottle, used in a washing machine or added to a rug shampoo cleaner. LivePure doesn’t contain any fragrances, dyes or harsh/hazardous ingredients.

6. Allerpet,
Cat Dander Remover

By Allerpet

Allerpet Cat Dander Remover is formulated to bind and remove proteins, so as to help reduce/eliminate cat allergy symptoms. This unscented, non-toxic, non-oily formula contains ingredients that specifically help with conditioning and softening the skin/fur. It contains rosemary, chamomile, green tea and aloe vera. Allerpet doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals or preservatives. Allerpet comes with a mitt and spray option, that is designed to help with easy application.

5. Arm & Hammer, 
2-in-1 Deodorizing
& Dander Reducing Shampoo

By Arm & Hammer

Arm & Hammer has formulated a cat dander remover shampoo, that can also help to reduce odors. Using baking soda, this shampoo naturally refreshes and deodorizes your pet’s coat. The Arm & Hammer baking soda formula, turns into fine particles, allowing it to get into tough areas, resulting in a deep cleanse to keep dander under control. This shampoo’s ingredients are natural and it has a fresh lavender/chamomile scent.

4. ADMS,
Anti-Allergen Spray

By Allersearch

Allersearch ADMS Anti-Allergen Spray contains a compound that oxidizes to eliminate allergens which come from dust, waste matter, pollen, pet dander and more. This formula does not contain benzyl benzoate, tannic acid and it does not stain—which makes it ideal for white upholstery, hard surfaces or carpets. It’s ready to apply and can be used on any surface that’s safe for water.

3. Allergen Spray,
Mineral concentrate
in a bottle

By Allergy Asthma Clean

Allergy Asthma Clean Allergen Spray is a solution with only mineral ingredients—you add the water. It’s created to reduce surface and airborne allergens that come from pet dander. This spray is designed to be used on surfaces like upholstery, beds, floors and carpet.

2. Burt’s Bees,
Natural Dander
Reducing Spray

By Burt’s Bees

Using natural ingredients, Burt’s Bees Dander Reducing Spray is designed to gently help you groom your cat to look as fresh as possible. With it’s aloe and colloidal oatmeal, this spray can help to reduce flaking and condition dry skin at a deep level. Burt’s Bees Dander Reducing Spray is pH balanced, has no colorants and no artificial chemicals or fragrances.

1.  Burt’s Bees,
Dander Reducing Wipes
For Cats

By Burt’s Bees

These Cat Dander Reducing Wipes are made to calmly groom your cat’s coat. They’re formulated with aloe vera, so as to soothe dry skin and reduce irritation, helping to keep your cat naturally fresh. There are no artificial ingredients, harsh chemicals or colorants; however, these wipes are pH balanced for cats.

When it comes to allergies, cat dander can be a real nuisance. Also, the fact that you can’t see it, doesn’t exactly help matters. However, there are products available on the market, that can help to minimize dander accumulation. The list above is a small example of what’s available, but it’s enough to get you started, when trying to find an appropriate solution for your dander issues. Thanks for reading “7 Quality Treatments For Cat Dander.”