Yes, our shampoo is suited for all kinds of fur. The following natural ingredients are what make it possible:
Calendula has antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Chamomile is a natural softener that prevents split ends and frizzy fur. Frequently used in shampoos and rinses, chamomile lends fur shine and gloss without weighing it down.
Witch hazel nourishes the skin and lends fur volume, a silky gloss, and a natural bounce. Its long-lasting effect restores sumptuous shine to a dog’s coat.
St. John’s Wort has a regenerative, antibacterial effect on red patches and skin impurities. It prevents the formation of staphylococcus bacteria, which are especially damaging to stressed skin with a weakened barrier function. St. John’s Wort is described as soothing, astringent (firming), antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory. In the case of irritations, it can have a beneficial effect on skin health.
Lactic acid is proven to have a positive impact on the skin’s acid mantle, i.e. the skin’s natural pH. By delivering moisture to the skin and regulating its pH, lactic acid can make the skin more supple and it supports the protective function of the skin barrier.
MultiMoist CLR™, made of fructooligosaccharides, beta vulgaris (beet) root extract, and water, is a moisturizing ingredient that is instrumental in nourishing and protecting fur. In addition, MultiMoist CLR™ binds water in the cortex of the hair, which improves several fur quality-enhancing factors. The product is used as a conditioner to make combing and grooming easier. It also boosts the effect of Vitamin D, leading to moister, more supple skin.
Betaine, when used in skincare, has a conditioning effect. It soothes irritations and prevents the skin from drying out. In products with surfactants (foaming agents), it stabilizes foaming; as an additive in shampoos and rinses, it enhances the fur’s texture and strength.
No, that isn’t necessary. What’s important is rinsing thoroughly until the water runs clear.
The shampoo helps deter parasites. If your dog already has parasites, it’s important that you contact your veterinarian and get a medical prescription for treating the problem.
Yes, it will – thanks to the ingredient MultiMoist CLR™ made of fructooligosaccharides, beta vulgaris (beet) root extract, and water.
The specification is pH 7.5. The product can range between pH 7 and 8; the actual value is currently 7.5.
Yes, we use chamomile, which has anti-inflammatory and soothing effects. In addition, witch hazel has wound-healing properties and helps soothe itching to prevent frequent scratching.
Yes, the shampoo is safe to use on even sensitive and irritated skin. It contains a complex of purely natural ingredients, which are extremely mild and easy on the skin. Only very gentle, nature-based and certified surfactants are used.
If the wounds are only small scratches, it should be no problem. But if the wounds are major, you should avoid using the product. In case of doubt, it’s always advisable to contact your veterinarian.
To maintain the skin’s protective function, a puppy shouldn’t be bathed in the first three months of life. But when a young dog gets very dirty, there’s sometimes no alternative. In such cases, it’s safe to use our product, because it contains exclusively mild ingredients that are very gentle on the skin. The pH level chosen is specially adapted to sensitive dog fur, and the shampoo is also safe for use on sensitive dog skin.
Allergies can be caused whenever a scent is used in a product. All allergens in our shampoo are listed in the INCI glossary.
This purely botanical surfactant is especially skin-friendly and environmentally safe. It has foaming properties and leaves the skin feeling soft and silky; combined with water, it helps remove grease and dirt particles.
This ingredient is a diol – a divalent alcohol compound – that prevents microorganisms from reproducing. Unlike standard alcohol, it also moisturizes the skin.
These sugar-based surfactants are particularly gentle cleansing agents that remove dirt, sweat, and surplus sebum.
As a deodorant, zinc ricinoleate reduces unpleasant body odor.
A mild sulfate alternative whose main components are derived directly from the coconut. Its controlled foaming ensures a deep, yet gentle cleansing.
Glycerin binds the skin’s natural moisture to minimize natural dehydration processes that can lead to dry patches and flaking.
An organic chelating agent that lends greater stability to the color, scent, and texture of a product.
Xanthan nourishes the skin. It has thixotropic properties, meaning it becomes temporarily more fluid when shaken or exposed to shearing forces.
Betaine is an excellent moisturizer due to its ability to release absorbed water. Derived from sugar-beet molasses, it enhances the texture and strength of fur.
This botanical gel is rich in vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin E, magnesium and zinc. It contains beta-sitosterol, which promotes circulation and stimulates the growth of hair follicles. The gel helps prevent dry, itchy patches and soothes irritated skin.
Derived from the fruit of the coconut palm, this oil naturally contains antioxidants like Vitamin E, which help fortify and protect the skin from damage. It has an intense replenishing and moisturizing effect.
Fructooloigosaccarides are special sugar compounds that offer long-lasting moisture and keep the skin in good health.
A natural moisturizer, propanediol is used to control the product’s consistency and as a solvent for not readily soluble agents.
Beet root extract is marked by high amounts of polysaccharides, anthocyanins, and betalains. It reduces tangles, making grooming easier.
Citric acid stabilizes the shampoo’s pH.
This essential oil ensures a shiny, dandruff-free coat. It also contains neem oil, which repels lice and fleas. Seed oil clarifies the skin and has an antibacterial effect.
Sea salt makes fur easier to brush and groom.
This aromatic mandarin essential oil has an antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal effect.
The salt of citric acid ensures a perfect pH balance in our shampoo.
Potassium lactate is an antimicrobial agent that helps prevent the growth of microorganisms on the skin.
Lactic acid has numerous positive attributes: it exfoliates the outer layers of the skin, lightens liver spots, supports the natural skin barrier function, and improves moisture levels in the skin.
Calendula extract has excellent healing properties and is ideal for use on sensitive and stressed skin. Calendula essential oil promotes wound healing and regeneration of the skin; it also treats, soothes, and inhibits inflammation.
This medicinal plant has potent anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Its essential oils stimulate the skin’s metabolism and regenerate tissue.
Witch hazel is derived from the tree of the same name. The antibacterial, antioxidant substance soothes itchy skin and supports wound healing. It promotes the division of basal cells in the skin barrier and prevents the skin from drying out.
St. John’s Wort is prized for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial effect. It protects, soothes, and tones the skin.
Benzaldehyde, a concentrated aroma, lends our shampoo a pleasant scent.
enzyl alcohol is a natural preservative found in numerous plants, including ylang-ylang and jasmine. It is antifungal and inhibits the growth of bacteria in the shampoo.
Heliotropin, also called piperonal, nourishes the skin and is used as a perfume.
Known for its mild, balsamic scent, benzyl salicylate is produced naturally by many plants and used in the shampoo as a scent molecule.
Cinnamal is a natural product found in cinnamon bark oil and cassia bark oil. Small amounts are also produced in the leaves of the cinnamon tree and in other essential oils. We use it to perfume our shampoo.
Arginine is an amino acid used as a fur conditioner and skin moisturizer.