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Ingredients in skin care matter for dogs healthy skin and coat.
We source from other like-minded business’ and buy in small quantities to ensure the freshest end-product.

Who has thin skin? Your dog does!

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Virgin Coconut Oil
Coconut Oil is a natural cleanser with antiviral, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antiprotozoal properties. That means it can reduce yeast and fungus on contactand it’s also very healing for irritated skin, hot spots, abrasions and cracked paws.  It also helps to produce a creamy lather in our soaps  which helps to soothe skin and relieve itchiness.
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Olive Oil
Olive Oil has a rich green color, wonderful smell and contains protein, minerals, and vitamins that are great for your dog’s skin and coat. It’s rich in antioxidants and has been used for thousands of years for natural skin care to soothe and heal wounds.  It helps to protect against cell damage and contains vitamin E  which helps support healthy skin and great for your dog’s coat. It deeply moisturizes and nourishes their skin to help reduce flakiness, dryness and itchiness.
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Raw Shea Butter
Unrefined shea butter is a seed fat from two oily kernels within the shea tree. It's known for its properties as a moisturizer and contains substances that can reduce swelling and speed healing in cracked skin. It absorbs rapidly into the skin and helps to soften and smooth dry skin. It also has naturally occurring vitamin A, which is known to speed up the recovery and regeneration of the skin.
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Sunflower Oil
Sunflower Seed Oil is is rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin E which help in promoting skin health. These vitamins act as antioxidants and help to regenerate damaged skin cells and help to combat inflammation, redness and skin irritations. Sunflower oil also acts as a natural moisturizer and is great for treating dry, sensitive skin and hydrating your dog’s coat.
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Avocado Oil
Dark green, thick, and heavy, avocado oil is pressed from the fruit of the avocado and contains protein, vitamins, lecithin, and fatty acids. It’s high in omega-3 fatty acids and rich in vitamin A, D and E. It’s super moisturizing and is recommended for all skin types, especially dry and dehydrated skin. Another reason to love avocados!
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Sweet Almond Oil
Sweet Almond contains protein, glucosides, minerals, and vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, and E. It is very pale yellow and has a subtle fragrance. It lubricates and protects the skin without being quickly absorbed and is great to help with  skin conditions such as, dryness, inflammation and itching. In  our soaps, it produces a rich conditioning lather.
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Goat Milk
Goat Milk pacts a powerful blend of vitamins, amino acids, and fatty acids that stand up to the effects of dry skin by locking in moisture. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble antioxidant, Vitamin B is a powerhouse that keeps the body in good health, Vitamin C repairs and regrows tissue and Vitamin E is known for repairing damaged tissue and scars, as well as hydrating and moisturizing your dog’s skin and coat.
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Activated Charcoal
Activated Charcoal is a natural detox ingredient that has anti-inflamatory properties. It removes impurities and toxins from the skin's surface and is great in treating  hot spots, itching, irritation and neutralizes odors.
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Turmeric
Turmeric is a yellow-orange spice that’s a member of the ginger family. It’s roots are native to the middle east and southeast Asia. Curcumin is a magical ingredient in turmeric giving it its antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.
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Organic Oatmeal
Whole grain oatmeal is packed with a nutritious blend of nutrients for your dogs skin. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help to treat dry skin and remove dead skin cells. It also contains vitamin B, which helps maintain a healthy coat, and linoleic acid, which is a type of omega-6 fatty acid that helps to keep a dog's skin strong and healthy. It’s powerful to relieve dry, itchy skin but gentle to help repair damaged skin.
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Lavender Oil
Lavender oil is a colorless highly concentrated extract distilled from the flower spikes of lavender plants. It is known for its calming properties but it has many other beneficial uses for your dogs including soothing itchy or irritated skin , repelling insects and help fight off bacteria and fungus. We use this oil in many of our products for its versatile healing effects.
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Peppermint Oil
Peppermint oil will help your dog have healthy skin and even a more alert mind. It is naturally anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and analgesic. It helps repellants insects, calm irritated skin and its wonderful fresh scent is a natural deodorizer for the stinkiest of dogs.
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Castor Oil
Castor Oil comes from seeds of the ricinus communis plant, which is native to tropical areas of Africa and Asia. It is a thick, clear oil  that is thought to have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, moisturizing, and some other properties beneficial for your dog’s skin. We love this oil and use it in our bars to help create a rich, creamy lather.
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Soybean Oil
Soybean Oil is extracted from the seeds of the soybean. It contains omega-6 fatty acids which helps to soothe and moisturize your dog’s skin.
Its a great addition to our soap to produce a a creamy lather that is  moisturizing.
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Canola Oil
Organic Canola Oil is an underrated oil for dog skin care. In contains Vitamin E, Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids which help improve skin and coat health while aiding in the relief of dry, itchy skin and dull coats. Helps to increase the lather in our soap bars.
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RSPO Palm Oil
RSPO Palm Oil is a smooth and luscious oil that helps to create a firm bar of soap. It is full of vitamins and minerals to help hydrate and moisturize skin and is a natural preservative to help extend the shelf life of a product.
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Rose Oil
Infused Rose oil is packed with an array of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids which aid in treating skin conditions and help speed the healing of damaged tissue. We only use organic-sourced flowers along with Rose Hip seed oil to create this amazingly powerful, yet gentle oil.
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Cucumber Seed Oil
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Raspberry Seed Oil
Rich in linoleic acid, Vitamin E, and other nutrients, Cold-processed cucumber seed oil is excellent to help keep skin’s protective barrier strong. Both antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, this versatile oil promotes cell regeneration and is great for allergies.. Helps to calm and refresh the skin surface.

Raspberry Seed Oil is rich in omega 3 + 6 fatty acids and antioxidants. It offers UVA and UVB sun protection* and is similar to titanium dioxide protection, found in most mineral sunscreens. In addition to providing SPF 8 UVA and SPF 28-50 UVB protection, it also helps heal eczema and other dry skin issues.

*according to a 2000 study

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Calendula
Prized by herbalists for its versatile benefits, this skin- loving marigold flower is the BALM!. It's anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiviral, and is a super wound healer and aids in skin-repair. We infuse our own calendula oil using organic-grown flowers and high quality virgin olive oil.
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Sweet Orange Oil
Cold-pressed sweet orange essential oil comes from the orange rinds. It has a beautiful sweet, fresh fragrance that has many health benefits.
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Coffee Grinds

Dark Roasted Coffee Grinds not only adds a neat color and specks to our bars, it also gives gently exfoliates skin to remove dry, dead skin cells. Perfect for dry seasons!

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Organic Pumpkin

Pumpkin is packed with fruit enzymes and alpha hydroxy acid. It also contains vitamins A and C which help to moisturize skin. It's great to help with dog's itchiness, dry and rough skin.

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Witch Hazel

This handy astringent has a ton of uses and helping to remove doggy odor is one of them! Extracted from the bark and leaves of a flowering plant called Hamamelis virginiana, we add a small amount to our deodorizers.

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Bentonite Clay
Calcium bentonite clay is an absorbent kind of clay that typically forms after volcanic ash ages and has a fine, soft texture and forms a paste when mixed with water. It helps to remove toxins from the skin, is moisturizing for dry, dehydrated skin and helps to provide a barrier between skin and the sun.
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Dried Lavender

Dried organic lavender gives a gentle exfoliation while its light sweet scent helps to calm and promote relaxation. during bathtime.

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Nettle Leaf

Stinging nettles happen to be rich in a wide range of minerals and nutrients. This amazing plant is anti-inflammatory, helps with allergies, dry skin and flea bites, It will leave your dog's skin and coat healthy, shiny and soft.

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Titanium Dioxide

Not to be confused with zinc oxide which is toxic to dogs, micronized titanium oxide doesn't penetrate and is safe to use for topical application on dogs’ skin. This mineral has great broad-spectrum SPF with the ability to absorb UV light, and has been a history of being used as a natural sunscreen for hundreds of years. 

*according to a 2000 study

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Natural Fragrance

Used sparingly in some of our products to enhance or stabilize a natural scent, these carefully-sourced oils are not created using synthetic ingredients, but are rather a blend of isolates derived from using the same process as essential oil extraction. A natural isolate is a single odor molecule extracted from natural raw materials using distillation techniques. Think of natural scents like honey or pumpkin versus man-made aromas like  pinā colada or island breeze.

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Beeswax and Soy Wax
Both our balms and sunscreen are made with high-quality organic wax that's good for your dog's skin and non-toxic.
Beeswax helps to lock in moisture and has anti-allergenic and anti-inflammatory properties to help heal and soothe dry, cracked paws, noses and elbows.  It gives our balm a silky smooth texture that's easy to apply with no greasy residue. Its waxy texture provides a natural water resistence barrier in our sunscreen.
Soy Wax is also a great natural moisturizer and a vegan-alternative. It is rich in Vitamin E, and can aid in the relief of many dog skin conditions. It leaves a powdery feel to our balm with no greasy residue.

There's an alternative to plastic packaging!

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Aluminum
Aluminum is 100% recyclable and at the top of the recycling chain. Like glass, it can be recycled over and over without any degradation in its quality. Aluminum is strong, durable, flexible, impermeable, lightweight, corrosion-resistant.  It saves more energy during recycling than any other material and makes it the perfect choice for our balm.
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Paper
It goes without saying that everyone knows paper can be recycled and is the preferred choice for the eco-friendly  consumer… including us! It was a conscience choice from the beginning to use paper-based packaging for our soaps which ultimately led to a soap bar rather than liquid shampoo. It was important to us that we represented  natural dog products free from plastic and synthetic ingredients both inside and out.
From our push-up balms to our soap labels, our paper packaging is recyclable, biodegradable and simply fantastic!
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Glass
100% recyclable, glass is the symbol of the zero waste movement. Our dark amber jars helps protect the ingredients from damaging UV and help prolong the potency of the product.
It’s unfortunate we don't have an alternative to plastic spray nozzles, but we firmly believe that no glass jar deserves to be single-use and we encourage to reuse, repurpose or recycle.