Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Pure soap flakes, Water, Vegetable glycerin, White distilled vinegar, Guar gum, Lavender essential oil, Peppermint essential oil.
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Reviews For Dog Shampoo, Lavender & Peppermint
Based on 6 Reviews
My dog smells delicous
We've only used this once, but I'm pretty happy with it. It comes super concentrated, so you add your own water to it. Also, it doesn't lather, which just takes al little getting used to.
I think it will be okay
I have 2 large dogs, the soap did not lather and had to use quite a bit for the girls. I like the idea to add some of my regular shampoo as I don't think it got them clean. Will experiment, I do like the concept.
First time purchase
Eco-friendly and nontoxic. Smells nice. Easy to use. Will buy again.
Can't wait try it on my doggies!
Happy about all the natural ingredients! Can't wait to try it on my pups.
Doesn't really "lather".
I have a dog with long thick hair who loves to play in the dirt.so I sprayed her a couple of times and didn't feel it would necessarily get her clean so I mixed in her other shampoo and that definitely did the trick! Think it would work great alone for a dog with short hair such as a Chihuahua or pit bull! But it smells amazing! Very strong scent that lasts. I will continue to use.
Smart & Effective
This item is reasonably priced, cost effective in shipping, and a great value. You add water to the ingredients so you're only paying for the functional ingredients and a lighter item to ship. That is impressive enough, but on top of that it is wonderfully easy to use and smells great!
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