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Skin care is one of the basic questions Chinese Crested parents ask.

We breed for perfect skin, without blackheads or blemishes of any kind. It is based on genetics, nutrition, and grooming products used. Most Cresteds will go through some breakouts during their teen years, 4 months to 1 year. It can be very mild or very severe.

On the left column below, is an example of a hairless Chinese Crested boy, G Dragon, with perfect skin. It is silky smooth and flawless, even at 8 months. His Mother has perfect skin and she produces puppies with her amazing skin. His skin is not oily or dry. Not only his skin perfect, he is an ideal Crested in personality and looks. What can we say, he is perfection! Chinese Crested lovers appreciate his superb qualities.

On the right column below next to G Dragon is another hairless Chinese Crested. Diva’s skin is oily and does have blackheads. She also has minor white heads or pearls. She needs to be bathed on a regular basis to keep the dirt off her oily skin. As a Mom, her skin quality will fluctuate depending on if she is nursing or pregnant. But overall, her skin is not the best. It’s not the worst either as we have seen Cresteds with horrible skin: dry and leathery, covered in blackhead, white heads and pearls. It can also break out with rashy look too. This can be from generations of mating bad skin to bad skin. That with a poor diet can cause a mess with the Crested skin.

We make sure we use powderpuffs from great skinned parents in our breeding program. We have found this to strengthen our puppies’ skin and overall health. We also use the best food and supplements too. We use wild Alaskan Salmon oil for skin and furnishings, as well as for internal organs. A Chinese Crested Mom who adopted 2 of our hairless boys says she used to use coconut oil on her former Cresteds to help with the blackheads. We did buy organic coconut oil and will post after we test it out on Diva.

If your Chinese Crested as skin issues, please contact your breeder as we do not know the background of your puppy or adult. As responsible breeders, they should be able to advise you on the care, as we do for our puppy families.

We took very close up of G Dragon’s skin so you can see what the pores should look like. Pictures of his neck, chest, belly, inner and outer thighs, back and rear are shown. Compare that to Diva’s skin. We did not breed her so you will see the difference.

G Dragon’s skin close up below

Diva’s skin close up below

Click on the pictures of G Dragon to see the blowup of his perfect skin.

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  • ziskove . April 22, 2018 .

    Wish all Crested breeders would give out this kind of useful information. The breeders we bought our Cresties from don’t have a clue. Thank you for caring so much about this amazing breed.

  • Sugar888 . November 25, 2017 .

    Can we say My Pretty Pony?! Thumbs up!

  • JJJS . September 1, 2017 .

    Is his great skin due to genetics or your food/supplements? Our puffs have never had blemishes but the hairless ones….another story. The other breeders say bad skin is just a part of of loving a hairless. Is that not true???

  • DaveAngela . June 29, 2017 .

    I grew up with Cresteds. When I was young, we had ones that were of various weights, from 7 pounds to 22. I thought this was normal but as an adult and getting our Cresteds, the only ones we found were on the bigger end. Every Crested breeder we bought babies from had the larger ones. Our children grew up with Cresteds but they have yet to experience the miniature ones. We treasure each of them but I do miss the tiny ones. The smallest of them was Ziggie at 7 pounds. Our kids are all still relatively young so we are waiting couple of years before adding to our family. We just started to look around and are really excited to have discovered you as we would like one that is in the 6-8 pounds range. Some Cresteds were tiny like yours so it’s great to see you are staying true to the old breed standards. Cresteds have increasingly gotten bigger. Also, true hairlessness has become exceptionally rare too. Todays Cresties are very pretty but I prefer what they used to be in the 70’s, smaller and either as true hairless or as powderpuffs.
    From reading everything, and we mean everything, it’s obvious you have a true love for Cresteds. We are very impressed. We are so excited to buy our next Cresteds from you. This way, our children and grandchildren can love on a miniature Cresteds.
    Thank you, Dave and Angela

  • Ellie R. . June 28, 2017 .

    My girl has a bad skin. She breaks out in a rash and has a lot of black heads. Can you give me advice?

  • Josh . June 2, 2017 .

    Our Blu Belle does have perfect skin. We have always had skin issues with our Cresteds over the years. Even our vet used to say it’s a part of the breed but even he’s a convert now. Yes, Cresteds can have perfect skin. Keep doing what you fo and God bless you Mythic Kingdom.

  • spot price of gold . May 5, 2017 .

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  • (Author) Mythic Kingdom . May 1, 2017 .

    Hi. You can fill out out our adoption form whenever are ready. Tim and I are happy you love Cresteds. We look forward to getting to know you.

  • Amanda Ellis . April 28, 2017 .

    What a stunning Crested! Our hairy hairless boy has his coloring but his skin Is Not perfect like your Cresteds. We have followed your site for 2 yrs now, right after we bought our boy from a local show breeder. We love him and started to research on slin care. Her Cresteds, like our baby, are big, averaging 14 pounds. Ours is 16 pounds of love. He is so smart and a love bug. When he is a bit older, we want a Crested from you. We noticed your boys are in the 4-8 pounds range and one that is very playful and about 8 pounds would be perfect for our family. We will fill out your adoption form next year. Thanks for providing great information to families who have not, yet, bought a puppy from you. Your love of Cresteds is beautiful. Chinese Cresteds are the most amazing breed and your breeding program is outstanding. We are praying that you will have a puppy for us. God bless you.

  • SLLowstein . April 28, 2017 .

    We’ve noticed over the years that your Crested puppies have great skin. Please let us know if the coconut oil works. Our breeder has told us that had dealing with bad skin is just a part of the breeders but it’s obvious that it just is not true. We ddon’t n’t get any information from other sites. Any and all advice is greatly appreciated. We are certain we are not alone.

  • Mini Me Hilary . April 27, 2017 .

    Great examples! We love your articles. Thank you.

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