UnRuffledRx FeatherSoft
UnRuffledRx FeatherSoft Itching Bird Spray
FeatherSoft Itching Bird Spray
FeatherSoft Itching Bird Spray
Some causes of bird itching
Scratching bird help
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UnRuffledRx FeatherSoft DIY Itchy Bird Relief Mix, 2 oz.

Sale price$ 16.99

UnRuffledRx FeatherSoft DIY Itchy Bird Relief Powder offers a plant-based, preservative-free solution for your miserable itchy bird. Mix the powder with water to create a soothing spray that alleviates scratching, dry skin, and softens feathers. It may be part of a healthy routine to relieve feather plucking in birds.


🦜 ALL DAY SOOTHING COMFORT: FeatherSoft DIY Itchy Bird Relief Mix provides safe and soothing, allowing you to care for your bird with peace of mind and ensuring they stay happy and content.

🦜 100% NATURAL, BIRD FRIENDLY INGREDIENTS: Made from a 100% Natural Oat Complex with antioxidants and prebiotic properties, FeatherSoft is safe for all pet birds, providing a gentle solution to calm excessive scratching and plucking.

🦜 PROVEN MOISTURIZING POWER: Our clinically proven formula not only prevents dry, itchy skin but also strengthens and seals in moisture, keeping your scratching bird healthy and happy.

🦜  PROMOTES HEALING: Our plant-based formula is perfect for birds. This mix is full of the natural goodness of Avena Sativa, providing vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. It’s free from harmful chemicals, ensuring a safe and soothing experience for your itchy

aloe vera spray for birds

Bath-Time + Itch RELIEF

About FeatherSoft

I really like the way it is dissolves and I can put in a bird bath, ( spray bottle) my love bird was rescue, and feel he must been abused, he runs from the spray/mistier. So I putting perch in shower, so we can get him use to it, and also make bath time and treatment with the anti itch, a pleasent one.

Using FeatherSoft for Birds

Mix 1/4 teaspoon of FeatherSoft Powder with 2 oz. of warm water to make an herbal mist. Pour into a spray bottle, shake well, and spray your bird twice a day. Avoid eyes and nostrils. Refrigerate the leftover mix and discard any unused spray after 3 days.



Product Questions

Blend the powder with fresh water, shake, and spritz your bird, steering clear of the eyes and nares. Although safe for preening, it's designed exclusively for external use.

Colloidal oatmeal works around the clock to lock in moisture, preventing and shielding against dry skin. Enjoy It's fragrance-free, non-greasy, and non-comedogenic formula.

If your bird persists in intense scratching, seek guidance from your avian or exotics vet. Excessive itching could signal underlying issues like fatty liver disease or other liver-related concerns.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
Karen Holsinger (Pittsburgh, US)

I like the product but I have to kind of fight with my bird to get him to take the bath with the stuff but I managed to get it it seems to do okay I don't spray him as much cuz I don't want to stress him out too much

Jaya B.

It was great product


It was great product


 he is still pulling his feathers out. It doesn’t seem to be working. 


 he is still pulling his feathers out. It doesn’t seem to be working. 

FeatherSoft works by locking moisture into the skin, similar to how Aveno Baths work. Next steps might be to assess the diet and adding some skin healing nutritional supplements like FeatherUp or Red Palm Oil. If the problem persists, please get a vet exam since one of the major symptoms of fatty liver disease is intolerable itching.