things to come Gentle No-Rinse Fur Cleanser No. 1
314B Punggol Way
Brush more, bathe less!
That’s our mantra for healthy skin and coat. Frequent bathing may strip your dog’s skin of its natural oils and harsh shampoos will dry out the coat. We realised that when Latte bathes less frequently, she scratches less!
But there are days when she doesn’t smell all that good after rough playing with her furry neighbours or sticking her head under too many “wet” a.k.a pee-drenched bushes.
That’s where things to come fur cleanser comes in!
It is gentle enough to not warrant a rinse through water, yet boast antiseptic and moisturising properties to keep fur and skin clean and soft. While cleansing, your little furry one will experience an aromatherapy spa treatment with the pure therapeutic grade essential oils that were added to make this a wonderful formula for them. You'll be reaching out for this to clean their tummies, buttock areas, and almost anywhere you find that has come into contact with areas outside that aren't the cleanest.
Colloidal silver, ^organic saponified oils, sweet almond oil and a blend of pure therapeutic grade essential oils
^USDA Certified Organic
Directions for Use
Pump cleanser onto palms or a clean cloth, wipe down and clean away excess foam. Avoid the eyes, nose, and ears. Made for emergency & lazy days (yay!), not for bath substitution.
What's the difference between the paw cleanser and fur cleanser?
The fur cleanser has more cleansing + anti-bacterial + moisturising properties compared to the paw cleanser. In terms of ingredients, the natural soap content in the fur cleanser is slightly more, and the essential oil used is a blend, compared to the paw cleanser which only has organic lavender essential oil. The fur cleanser also has sweet almond oil for more moisturising elements for your dog's fur.
The paw cleanser is gentler than the fur cleanser, and perfect to use multiple times a day to clean paws or fur. On the flip side, we don't recommend using the fur cleanser to clean paws every day. While it's still safe, it's probably like watering a plant with more water than required.
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