ALOE VERA (Aloe Barbadensis): Aloe is a natural healer that is used to treat various skin issues. Aloe Vera can be used to treat skin disorders, minor burns and infections. Aloe vera can help soothe and heal skin. It also reduces itching on wounds after surgery. Aloe vera can help soothe and heal skin allergies and recommended in case of eczema treatment. Aloe also has an anaesthetic effect, which is why it feels so good on the sunburned skin. It also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that can help your dog’s skin heal. Fleas, allergies, and eczema can all cause intense itching in dogs. When the dog scratches open sores, infection, and hair loss may develop. Applying aloe vera can often help heal the sores, and soothe the itching.

BEESWAX: Beeswax offers anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral, making it potentially beneficial for treating minor skin irritations.  Dry, rough skin may benefit from creams, lotions that contain beeswax.  Beeswax acts as an emollient and a humectant, moisturise the skin and sealing it in Beeswax also contains vitamin A, which may be beneficial in softening and rehydrating dry skin and in cell reconstruction.

BORIC ACID:  Boric Acid eye solution is commonly used as an irrigation solution to cleanse and treat irritated eyes. It is very beneficial in fighting eye infections, irritations caused by foreign particles in the eye and air pollution (smog). It creates an inhospitable environment in the eyes of germs and bacteria while it cleanses and soothes the eyes.

CALENDULA OIL (Calendula Officinalis Extract): Calendula flower oil can quickly speed the healing process to your cuts, scrapes, bruises and insect bites, partially due to the anti-inflammatory properties of the oil, in addition to the unique antioxidant compounds found in this miraculous plant. By protecting against infections, Calendula oil keeps wounds and scrapes safe, allowing them to rapidly heal.

CASTOR OIL (Ricinus Communis): Castor oil helps moisturize and smooth the skin. It is also antifungal and antibacterial and helps fight off common infections on the skin.

COCONUT OIL (Capric Triglyceride): Coconut oil acts as an antibacterial shield, it is also very good for the skin as it moisturizes. It also offers protection against harmful sun rays and is really good at moisturizing cracked and dry paws.

CORN STARCH (Zea Mays): Corn Starch helps to dry out moist eczema or hot spots. Eczema and hot spots become irritated and itchy when they are wet and your pet will begin to chew, scratch or lick the area and this can result in even more problems. It also helps absorb oil on the skin.

DIATOMACEOUS EARTH (Solum Diatomeae): This non-toxic powder comprised of the crushed fossils of freshwater and marine organisms. Diatomaceous Earth has flea & tick control properties and is a natural deodorizer and is also really good at cleaning bedding.

EUCALYPTUS ESSENTIAL OIL (Eucalyptus Smithii):  Eucalyptus oil is used for healing wounds, ulcers, burns, cuts, abrasions and sores. It is also an effective salve for insect bites and stings. Furthermore, besides soothing the affected area, it also protects the open wound or irritated area from developing infections from microbial activity and exposure to the air.

GRAPEFRUIT ESSENTIAL OIL (Citrus Grandis):  Grapefruit essential oil keeps the skin clean. It is particularly good for treating oily skin and acne and it also provides a refreshing feeling.  It tones hair follicles and keeps your hair healthy and strong. The antiviral and antimicrobial properties of grapefruit essential oil make it a good disinfectant. It not only protects the body from new infections but also eliminates the infections which are already there.

JOJOBA ESSENTIAL OIL (Simmondsia Chinensis): Moisturizes the skin. Jojoba oil is waxy and not oily so it leaves no greasy residue behind. Jojoba Oil provides the fatty ingredient that prevents water loss in the skin. One big bonus is that it contains almost all of the vitamins and minerals essential for healthy skin and hair: vitamin E, B-complex, zinc, iodine. And it’s even gentle enough to be used on sensitive skin without causing allergic reactions.

KAOLIN CLAY: Kaolin clay reduces oily skin as it has natural absorbency properties and it also purifies pores and detoxes skin. It is also good for soothing irritated skin

LAVENDER ESSENTIAL OIL (Lavandula Angustifolia): Lavender is known for its calming properties to relieve stress and anxiety. It is also a good disinfectant for the skin and a good bug repellent. It also treats eczema and speeds up the process of wound healing.

MACADAMIA OIL (Macadamia Integrifolia): Containing high vitamin E, Softens and smoothes the skin, richly moisturizing, ability to rejuvenate lifeless hair as well as maintain the natural beauty of hair, makes it the perfect complement to a proper coat care regimen.

NEEM ESSENTIAL OIL (Melia Azadirachta):  Neem oil is naturally antibacterial and antifungal, which helps to address the real issues surrounding itching skin. Don’t just cover it up, chose real relief for you and your dogs. The most widely recognized uses of neem are based on its merits as a general antiseptic. Neem has been used for hundreds of years as a medicinal herb to treat dry skin conditions, itching skin, skin diseases, sores, infected burns and insect bites.

NIAOULI ESSENTIAL OIL (Melaleuca Viridiflora):  Open wounds are prone to infections since bacteria, fungi and other microbes have a very good chance of getting into the bloodstream through these wounds. Niaouli works as an antiseptic and helps to relieve pain and close up words faster. This oil kills bacteria and inhibits bacterial growth and infections.

OATMEAL (Avena Sativa):  Oatmeal is very effective at helping soothe dry, itchy skin because it is high in phenols and avenanthramides, both of which relieve skin itching, inflammation and irritation. In cases of eczema and psoriasis, oatmeal’s natural ability to balance the skin’s pH makes it a valuable tool for relieving itchiness and when used on a dog, it can help soften his coat while relieving hot spots and allergic reactions to ticks and fleas. The oatmeal is a rich source of magnesium, B6 and Vitamin A, so many skin problems can be treated effectively with. When your pet is bathed, the oatmeal feels silky, as it coats, moisturizes, softens, which helps relieve dryness and protects your pet’s skin.

ORANGE – ORANGE PEEL Extract: It is rich naturally occurring d-limonene and aids in maintaining normal cellular regeneration. Effective deodorizer, degreaser, antibacterial effect and fur stain remover. It supports the removal of toxic materials and helps to return for dry or oily skin balance. Essential Oil of Orange can help people avoid both septic, fungal infections as they inhibit microbial growth and disinfect the wounds. Oranges generally contain an ingredient that wards off insects, ticks, flies and mosquitoes. Natural oils present in orange peels act as a deterrent for bugs, flies and ants too.

PEPPERMINT (Mentha Piperita): Peppermint oil gives a cooling effect to the skin while removing dandruff and lice. Peppermint oil has antiseptic, regenerative and stimulating effects, which means that it can relieve the scalp of irritation and dry skin, stimulate hair growth and give relatively healthy hair a shiny, fresh look. Peppermint oil contains menthol, which is good for the skin because it creates a cooling sensation. Furthermore, it nourishes dull skin and improves the texture of oily or greasy skin. Peppermint oil contains numerous minerals and nutrients including manganese, iron, magnesium, calcium, folate, potassium and copper. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin A and Vitamin C.

RENEWABLE COCONUT-BASED CLEANSER & CONDITIONER: 100% natural plant-derived surfactant.

ROSEMARY ESSENTIAL OIL (Rosmarinus Officinalis):  A natural antioxidant that fights against free radicals that can damage cat hair. This herb is also believed to unclog hair follicles and strengthens the hair, good dandruff treatment.

SHEA BUTTER: Shea butter aids in the skin’s natural collagen production and contains oleic, stearic, palmitic and linolenic acids that protect and nourish the skin to prevent drying.

SWEET ALMOND OIL (Prunus Amygdalus Dulci): Almond oil is rich in vitamin A, B and E, which are great for skin health. The oil helps to maintain the moisture levels of the skin and gets absorbed in a jiffy without blocking the pores. Overall, almond oil for skin care helps: Moisturize better and deeper. Soothe skin irritation and skin inflammation. Relieve dry and irritated skin. Nourish skin, making it softer and smoother.

SODIUM BICARBONATE: But there are numerous uses for this tried-and-true white powder that come in handy for your dog, or more to the point, keeping your house, which includes a dog, cleaner, fresher smelling, and more comfortable for him and you. It also helps relieve itching.

TEA TREE OIL (Melaleuca Alternifolia): The excellent antiseptic tea tree oil is commonly used for skin inflammation, burns and puncture injuries, including insect bites and stings, to protect them from infections. Tea tree oil kills the disease-raising microorganisms, bacteria and fungi. It does not damage the skin or mucosal tissues, penetrates the skin easily and quickly. Excellent for disinfecting skin injuries as the wounds do not burn from applying it. It is as good as any antibiotic but without any of their adverse side effects. The Tea Tree Essential Oil is as effective against fungal infections as it is against any bacterial or microbial infections. It inhibits fungal growth and cures diseases like dermatitis.
It is obvious that an essential oil that is so deadly for bacteria and viruses will be effective against insects as well. Tea tree oil is an effective insect deterrent and insect killer. It does not let parasites and other insects like mosquitoes, fleas, lice, or flies.

VANILLA: Vanilla is a good source of B-vitamins like niacin, thiamine, Vitamin B6 and pantothenic acid which play an important role in the maintenance of healthy skin. The antioxidant properties of vanilla protect your skin from damage caused by environmental pollutants and toxins. Vanilla can make fur silky, shiny and smooth and has been used as a traditional remedy to heal burns, wounds and cuts.

VITAMIN-E: Vitamin-E helps reduce flakiness (i.e. Dandruff) and promotes a healthy, glossy coat. Vitamin-E helps soften and heal paws. Vitamin-E also protects the skin from becoming dry and helps to relieve itchiness caused by dryness.