Skin Relief Shampoo

£23.90

A gentle, plant-based aromatherapy shampoo that provides a rich, hydrating, and purifying bathing experience for even the most sensitive skin.

  •  Combats itching
  •  Provide fast relief to allergic reactions
  •  Calms sensitive skin
  •  Leaves the coat squeaky clean & fresh smelling
  •  Keeping skin pH balanced
  •  Helps shield skin & hair  from damaging airborne pollutants
  •  Offers defense against environmental stressors

 

250ml

SKU: VC-SRS Category:

Do you have a doggie that suffers from environmental allergies and you’re desperate for a holistic solution that works?

Like you, and many other dog owners, scratching is a symptom that you would most like to see resolved for your beloved canine friend.

Sadly, environmental allergies are not limited to a certain season of the year anymore. We’re seeing more and more all-year-round allergens.

I’ve written and spoken a lot about environmental allergies in my blogs and videos, so please do take a look at my Vita Canis YouTube Channel and have a browse through my blog pages where you will find many hours of helpful resources and solutions for your doggie (not just on allergies and shampoo’s).

How the Skin Relief Shampoo was born

I designed the Skin Relief Shampoo because it would perfectly complement Skin Relief Spray and help all the doggies suffering from environmental allergies.

I also knew the shampoo HAD to be as natural as possible. And it is!

Skin Relief Shampoo has 99.4 % natural ingredients, which is an amazing number for a shampoo!

But that’s not the only consideration of course!

This brings me to my 2nd criteria… It’s all good and well-being natural. But it also had to do its job which is to clean and condition the coat.

From my experience, most of the medicated shampoos don’t clean the coat very well. They do their job, like Melaseb, as an antibacterial and antifungal shampoo for the treatment and control of seborrheic dermatitis in dogs. But shampoos such as this should only be used if indicated by a vet. Otherwise, it can be bad for the skin and can cause dryness.

And the 3rd and final criteria set was that it had to have the right pH.

It gets a little technical at this point, so let me sum up this one to simply say that humans and dogs have different skin pH levels. And therefore require a different formulation for their unique skin.

 

Need to Know

Skin Relief Shampoo contains:

Geranium essential oils

German chamomile essential oil

Peppermint essential oil

Red algae extract

Bamboo extract

Oatmeal extract

Neem oil

Please register to get your referral link.
Your Referral URL: https://vitacanis.co.ukClick to copy

What People Say...

When we got home from the hospital with our new arrival it was clear that Perri, one of our miniature poodles, maternal instincts kicked in and went into overdrive. She was immediately acting like a mother separated from her pups and just wanted to care for the ‘naked puppy’. She has a history of being so motherly, even to the point that she has produced milk for puppies that aren’t hers even before she had a litter and has mothered every type of animal she could. She was panting, pacing and unable to relax for long at all. She could whine for England!

We tried other herbal remedies we had at hand for a previous anxious dog and nothing worked at all. She stopped eating and stressed herself into overheating too. Her stress was starting to impact the other dogs and she just couldn’t unwind. No matter if we worked off her energy with a walk and she wasn’t even interested in her usual mind games or call games. We also couldn’t offer long-lasting treats and chews too often as they gave her an upset stomach.

As soon as the Calming Floral Spray arrived I gave the bed a spritz and put some on her coat and the change was instant. She just got on her bed and fell asleep. She stopped panting and barely whines now, started eating again and she only does a bit of whining if the baby cries. We have now been able to positively reinforce her calm behaviour. I honestly can’t recommend this enough to people.
Natalie Griffiths