Richard's Organics, Moisturizing Shampoo, 12 oz
UPC Code: 736990004604
- For Dogs and Cats over 6 weeks
- Protects, moisturizes and soothes skin
- Relief against insect bites
- Promotes Healing
- 100% Natural
Ultra nourishing formula that contains Oatmeal, Echinacea and Sweet Almond Oil. Promotes healing of dry, irritated skin and leaves skin and coat soft and silky. Leaves a protective film on the skin that retards water loss and helps to repair and maintain the epidermal barrier.
Colloidal Oatmeal: Soothes and protects dry, or itchy, inflamed skin. Leaves a protective film on the skin that retards water loss and helps to repair and maintain the epidermal barrier. Saponins in oatmeal help to solubilize dirt, oil and sebaceous secretions. Provides skin relief and protection for insect bites and rashes caused by poison ivy and similar plants.
Sweet Almond Oil: Excellent emollient properties to moisturize and soothe dry skin and to relieve itching and inflammation due to dryness.
Echinacea: Promotes healing of chronic or slow-healing wounds.
Wet dog's coat thoroughly. Dispense shampoo into your hand. Starting at the head and working back, work the lather thoroughly into coat and down to the skin. For maximum efficacy, allow lather to remain on pet for a few minutes, then rinse thoroughly and towel dry.
Active Ingredients: Purified water, coconut shampoo base, carbopol, EDGS, colloidal oatmeal, DMDM hydantoin, fragrance, sweet almond oil, Echinacea extract, versene (tetrasodium EDTA), citric acid.
About Richard's Organics
Combining pet wellness and pet healing, Richard's Organics is a natural solution for better health. Gentle and effective, these products contain all natural ingredients and are made in the United States.
Keep out of reach of children.
Individual results may vary. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The statements on this website and all affiliates have not been evaluated by the FDA. Advice on treatment or care of an individual patient should be obtained through consultation with a trained health care practitioner.