DOG SHAMPOO FOR SENSITIVE SKIN | 4.5 ozs | TAYORi

DOG SHAMPOO FOR SENSITIVE SKIN | 4.5 ozs

$9.95Price

Calming Lavender & Coconut All Natural Dog Shampoo Bar

 

Once they learn that the shampoo you are using is not going to irritate or dry out their skin, they will probably relax and enjoy the experience.

 

Our natural dog shampoo for sensitive skin is made with all natural plant based ingredients - no nasty detergents or chemicals that can cause dryness and irritation to your fur baby's skin.

In fact, it's so natural it is even safe on the skin of human babies.

Your own hands will notice the difference after washing.

It is the perfect natural solution for

  • for dry skin
  • for itchy skin
  • for sensitive skin
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We've added a little Lavender Essential Oil and used Organic Coconut Milk as well to soothe their skin.

(NOTE: Did you know that dogs are more sensitive to essential oils than we humans, therefore it is important for their health not to use essential oil products that we would use on ourselves as the amount of essential oils is higher. We adhere to the recommended usage rates of essential oils for dogs).

 

Your pup is going to love it and look forward to the next bath.

 

With warmer weather arriving and everyone now on a cleaning frenzy - be kind to your dog's skin.

Don't give them a bath more than twice a month unless you absolutely must and if you can, just towel dry them and then let them air dry.

Remember, bathing them is for our benefit more than for their's.

 

WEIGHT: Each bar weighs approx 4.5 ozs / 127 gms

 

INGREDIENTSOlive Oil, Coconut Oil, Water, Castor Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Organic Coconut Milk, Lavender Essential Oil, Sodium Lactate

  • CARE INSTRUCTIONS

    Due to the glycerin naturally produced in soap, it draws moisture to itself, AKA it is a humectant. This means making sure that it has the chance to dry out when not in use. Please do not leave it sitting in a puddle of water when you have finished your bath or shower.

     

    To get that extra mile, I have found that rubbing the soap onto a wash cloth makes it last a lot longer, which took a bit of training as I used to lather the soap directly on my skin.