In the past, cougar skin peelers were made from a synthetic polymer that could be peeled off with a chemical.
A new chemical peeler, the cougar-chemical-permanently-available-on-the-internet cougar peeler made by Amazon, promises to be a better alternative.
The Amazon product, which is also available on the market in China, is a flexible polymer that can be peeled by holding a flexible object with a sticky chemical, such as petroleum jelly.
Amazon describes the peel as a “synthetic polymer that is safe and easy to use.”
The peel’s flexibility and ability to be peeled without damaging the material make it ideal for the removal of toxic chemicals such as pesticides, which can be a problem for cougar populations.
The chemical peel can be used on cougar skins, too, and the product is designed to work on a wide variety of animals, including wolves, goats, deer, goats and cows.
The cougar compound is made from the amino acids phenylalanine and leucine, two amino acids that are found in all vertebrates, including humans.
Cougars and humans have long shared some of the same digestive enzymes, which makes the chemical peel more useful for the cougars, who have different digestive systems than humans.
The peel also contains the amino acid glutamine, which helps cougars digest fats.
The two chemicals in the Amazon product are also compatible.
Amazon says the Amazon cougar enzyme is “more active on the surface of the skin and penetrates deeper into the skin.”
The Amazon cougars skin peeler comes with a 1.5-milliliter bottle of the chemical, which weighs 1.8 ounces and has a recommended retail price of $17.99.
The bottle has a shelf life of up to six months and Amazon says that it can be stored in a covered glass container in the refrigerator for up to a year.
Amazon did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.