Fox fur-toting cream is the most popular and the most commonly used natural fur-treatment, said Professor A.C. Rajagopal, professor at the Indian Institute of Science, said in an interview.
“Fur-trimmer is a well-known and widely used product, and its popularity has also increased,” he added.
The cream, which is made with collagen and gelatin, is formulated to reduce the risk of allergic reactions, according to Dr. Rajasthan, the senior scientific advisor of the government.
But some people say that the product is not safe and does not contain enough ingredients.
“It’s not the only fur-therapy product in India.
There are a lot of natural treatments like cow dung extract, which contain gelatin, and there are other products like cat dung, which contains gelatin,” said Rajasthani, adding that this is a trend which is happening globally.
In the past few years, animal rights groups have been fighting against the use of animal products in animal-based products.
A case of animal cruelty is being investigated by the state of Tamil Nadu in connection with a video allegedly showing a cow being treated with animal products and sold for meat.
Dr. A.V. Raghunath, professor and chair of the department of biochemistry and biophysics at the National Institute of Bio Sciences, who was not available for comment, said that it is not possible to say what is the difference between synthetic fur and natural fur, which has different molecular structures.
“There is no difference in the structure of the two,” he said.
However, Dr. Rakhunath added that the use in natural products is more widespread and has increased.
“When we say synthetic, we mean products made from the synthetic fur of animals,” he explained.
The fur-scented products are used by veterinarians, animal welfare activists, animal protection activists, and by the pet industry, Dr Rakhu said.
“Most of these people are consumers of synthetic fur products.
It’s a way of protecting them from the animal’s odours,” he continued.
But the product’s popularity is not limited to the pet market.
“They are also using synthetic fur in their homes and even in their gardens.
This is happening in rural areas as well.
People are making fur products because they want to protect their animals, said Dr. Chaitanya, who is also the president of the Association for Natural Products and Veterinary Services (ANSPVS).
“In a society where people are educated about the safety of natural products, it’s a very good trend,” he concluded.”
The products are marketed to children to sell them to parents who will buy them as a novelty,” he told IndiaSpend.
“In a society where people are educated about the safety of natural products, it’s a very good trend,” he concluded.