As we get closer to winter, many of our fur babies will be staying indoors and that means more of them will be getting dry skin. This is the season that many of you will be looking for ways to keep the skin and coat of your pet properly moisturized. That's where Tropiclean's Oatmeal and Aloe Shampoo comes in. It has Oatmeal, Aloe, and several other natural ingredients to make sure your dog stays healthy and snuggly.
Oatmeal for one is known to be a great skin soother. Mixed with water it forms a gel that both moisturizes and keeps moisture in. It also has antioxidant activity, and is anti inflammatory. All these things can help out dry, itchy, or stressed out skin.
Secondly Tropiclean Oatmeal and Tea Tree has an organic blend of extracts. These are things like chamomile, aloe, and pomegranate. Chamomile is a strong hypoallergenic antioxidant than can neutralize skin irritants. Aloe is a fantastic coat conditioner that reduces dandruff and itchiness. Pomegranate extract is great for skin protection and regeneration. It's small size allows it to go deeper and aid in skin renewal. This formula also contains Tea Tree extracts. Known to Australian aborigines for thousands of years, this plant from far away has great skin soothing and dandruff reducing properties. It's also anti bacterial and anti fungal which reduces the chances for itches there too. Other great things in it are coconut, vitamin E, and Papaya. It also has natural Salicylic acid to break up debris clogging pores and making it itchy. Salicylic acid is something many ask Tropiclean about, but it's important to know that it can be derived naturally from willow bark.
More bonuses: This company is earth friendly using recycled materials, this product is 70% Organic, and soap free so it doesn't affect flea products. Tropiclean also donates some of the proceeds to charitable causes.
This amazing shampoo is available for purchase in our online store here, and in the brick and mortar store of course too!
This post does not constitute medical advice. Be sure to research the topic and consult with a veterinarian as necessary.