Scratching After Bathing

The problem could be the shampoo, even if it has what’s considered mild ingredients

Q: My wife and I have 2 female Sphynx cats that we bathe once or twice a week. Within a day or two after a bath, they tend to scratch at either side of their neck and back of their ears. We use oatmeal, plant-based coconut oil, and aloe vera shampoo for bathing. We also clean their ears, swabbing regularly with a veterinarian-recommended ear cleansing solution, so I do not believe scratching is due to dirty ears. Can you help with this issue?

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