Royal Canin Hair & Skin Care contains all the essential nutrients your cat needs boosting health and happiness. The proven effectiveness of Royal Canin Hair & Skin Care cat is documented in scientific studies. For more than 40 years Royal Canin has been making your pet’s health the prime focus of their work leading to the product range “Health Nutrition” amongst others. Only with the knowledge of your pet’s exact nutritional requirements and with respect for the individuality of every animal can the perfect meal be developed and produced to exactly meet your pet’s needs.

The fur is a mirror for your cat’s health. Shine, thickness, colour – any kind of change should be watched out for. A deficiency of essential fatty acids (omega-3 & -6) can lead to dull, dry fur and often comes with dandruff. Insufficient supply of certain amino acids may cause hair loss, delayed change of coat, dull, colourless fur or fur discolouration.

Royal Canin Skin Care contains a collection of important ingredients for your cat’s skin and coat:

  • Soya and borage oil (rich in gamma linolenic acids) and fish oil (rich in omega-3 fatty acids) contribute to a glossy coat
  • An exclusive combination of B-vitamins, amino acids, zinc and copper nourish the skin and fur, due to the way they support the skin’s “barrier function”, boosting the build-up of keratin
  • Hair loss and a delay in shedding can be prevented
  • Visible result after 21 days if you feed your cat exclusively Royal Canin Hair & Skin Care cat food
  • Special formula to support urinary tract function for adult cats (pH value: 6-6.5)

Manufacturer’s Feeding guids in g/day per cat:

Royal Canin Feline Hair & Skin Care is a complete feed for cats.

Cat’s weight Underweight Ideal weight Overweight
2 kg 35 30
3 kg 55 45
4 kg 70 60 45
5 kg 90 70 55
6 kg 110 85 65
over 7 kg 100 75

Your pet requires sufficient time to become accustomed to new food. To prevent digestion problems, food should be replaced slowly and in stages.

The amounts stated here are guidelines only and should be adapted to meet your cat’s specific dietary needs. Age, activity levels and environment should be particularly taken into consideration.
If your cat becomes overweight, the daily portion should be reduced in size.
Your pet should always have access to fresh water.

Poultry meal, rice, animal fat, maize, vegetable protein isolate, cellulose, maize gluten, yeast, animal proteins (hydrolysed), soy oil, borage oil, beet pulp, fish oil, minerals, powdered egg, sodium tri-phosphate, DL-methionine, taurine, L-Cystine, marigold extract (rich in lutein).
*L.I.P.: selected, easily digestible proteins with high biological valency

Nutritional dietary additives:
Vitamin A (21,800 IU/kg), vitamin D3 (700 IU/kg), E1 [iron] (35 mg/kg), E2 [iodine] (2 mg/kg), E4 [copper] (6 mg/kg), E5 [manganese] (47 mg/kg], E6 [zinc] (177 mg/kg), preservatives, antioxidants.

Analytical constituents

protein 33.0 %
fat 22.0 %
fibre 5.3 %
ash 6.0 %
calcium 1.13 %
phosphorus 0.95 %
magnesium 0.08 %
arachicdonic acid 0.09 %
biotine (vitamin H) 3.2 mg/kg
chloride 0.4 %
choline 2500.0 mg/kg
iron 163.0 mg/kg
moisture 7.0 %
folic acid 16.7 mg/kg
iodine 2.7 mg/kg
potassium 0.6 %
copper 24.0 mg/kg
linoleic acid 4.8 %
lysine 1.5 %
manganese 70.0 mg/kg
methionine 0.9 %
sodium 0.4 %
omega-3 fats 0.9 %
omega-6 fats 5.1 %
pantothenic acid 158.0 mg/kg
plant fibers 11.2 %
selenium 0.2 mg/kg
starch 20.8 %
taurine 0.3 %
zinc 240.0 mg/kg
vitamin A 26500.0 IE/kg
vitamin B1 (thiamine) 53.0 mg/kg
vitamin B12 (cobalamin) 0.2 mg/kg
vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 53.0 mg/kg
vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 82.4 mg/kg
vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 300.0 mg/kg
vitamin D3 770.0 IE/kg
vitamin E (tocopherol) 600.0 mg/kg
calories that can be burned 360.0 kcal/kg