Finding a safe and natural solution can be a challenge and usually involves countless expensive visits to the vet. Dogs have more sensitive skin and are prone to developing allergies, so using a natural, gentle formulation is essential. This natural topical spray (former anti-itch spray) is essential for your dog, particularly during the warmer weather when scratching and gnawing from skin irritations is most prevalent. By blending certified organic cellular calendula extract, certified organic aloe vera juice, and remedial oils, you can be confident your dog will be safe and happy during the warmer weather. This toxin-free, quality product uses natural ingredients. It purifies the skin and won't disrupt the natural oils on the epidermal layer, which functions as a barrier to protect the skin from bacterial and yeast infections, lesions, dehydration, pollutants, and allergens. Plant-based, free from steroids, sulphates, parabens, silicones, phthalates, artificial fillers, colours, fragrances, and aroma chemicals. A little goes a long way. Safe to lick. Suitable for all breeds, ages and skin types.
- Sulphate & Paraben Free
- Plant Derived Organic Ingredients
- No Synthetic Fragrances
- No Soap or Silicones
- No DPG , TEA, DEA or Phthalates
- No Artificial Colours
- No Mineral, Castor Oil or Animal Products
- Not Tested on Animals
Distilled Water, Certified Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Certified Organic Calendula Officinalis Flower (Calendula) Extract, Alcohol (<0.2%), Certified Organic Vegetable Glycerine, Lavandula Augustifolia (Lavender) 100% Pure Grade & Unadulterated Essential Oil, Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E Natural), Soja Hispida (Soya Oil), Paraben Free Preservative <1%, Melaleuca Alternifolia 100% Pure Grade & Unadulterated Essential Oil (<0.05%).
Shake well and apply 2-3 sprays to the desired area up to 4 times daily. Part the hair and spray directly onto the skin for best results. Safe to lick off.
My dog has sensitive skin. Is this pack suitable?
Yes. In fact all of our products are suitable for sensitive dogs. They're ultra gentle and will not lead to skin irritations.
Can I use human shampoo on my dog?
No.Using a human shampoo (pH 4.8-5.8 acidic) on your dog can interrupt the dermal acid mantle making it susceptible to fungus, bacteria and yeast which can cause skin irritations and itching. A shampoo specifically formulated for dogs should have a pH of 6.8 to 7.5 (alkaline)
How often should I bath my dog?
A normal, healthy adult dog should be bathed no more than once a fortnight. Over-bathing dogs, including those with sensitive skin can strip the natural oils that protect the skin and can lead to skin irritations and itching.
Our dog has allergies and we have tried many products, including vet products. This is the most effective product we have tried to stop Molly from scratching. Thanks for a great product.
This product is the best I have found on the market for hot spots. It gives instant relief and it is great to know it is natural and harmless to the dog.
Definitely reduced itchiness! Smells great and dogs seem happy to have it applied. Was shipped same day, very friendly team.
No more red itchy skin, worked straight away. My dog is usually hesitant about me putting smelling things on her but it’s so mild. On the 2nd day of use she voluntarily let me apply the product to her paws and belly area, she obviously knows what’s good for her. Very happy, thank you. It’s been 10 long years watch my girl suffer and no she can relax without a bother.
So glad I have found this Company, have already placed another order.
I can highly recommend this product. It stops the itching straight away on my cocker spaniel. Great product.
Great. Had an immediate effect, and repetitive applications continued to reduce the scratching.
My staffie has always had itchy skin and this product truly works. She no longer itches and no more visits to the vet. Overjoyed!!
This product worked well to stop my GSD from scratching and licking. My GSD liked it so much he would ask to get sprayed in his itchy spots! It has a nice fragrance as well.