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Product Feature: Hemp Shampoo

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Say goodbye to your dog’s sensitive skin

When it comes to all things dog-related, we get it. All too often we see pups with irritated, itchy, and sensitive skin.

Because we love our furry friends so much, we decided to create a product that specifically targets these sensitivities while promoting lustre and volume with every lather at the same time.

An intensive conditioning shampoo, our all-natural Hemp Shampoo is specifically formulated for dogs with problem prone skin. With Australian hemp oil for dogs being a key ingredient, the balanced fatty acids work to relieve the symptoms of skin conditions that cause irritation and redness.

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Our natural, Australian-made Hemp Shampoo contains 4 key ingredients

1. Hemp seed oil

A renewable harvest crop, hemp is one of the most renewable crops in the world. Our hemp seed oil is sustainably sourced and made in Australia, and 100% cold-pressed to directly target your pup’s skin and coat.

Packed full of antioxidants and omega 3, 6 and 9, hemp contains anti-inflammatory properties that reduce irritation, inflammation and redness in dogs suffering from skin sensitivities.

2. Goat milk

Loaded with essential fatty acids and triglycerides, goat milk works vigorously to hydrate your pup’s sensitive skin.

Goat milk also contains lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that gently exfoliates the skin, removing dead skin cells and making way for healthy new ones to keep the skin soft and supple.

3. Australian almond oil

A slow-release Australian botanical, almond oil is the perfect addition to our natural dog shampoo because it locks in moisture and provides lasting hydration.

Rich in Vitamin E, this ingredient has been used for centuries in treating eczema – it’s no wonder that almond oil is so beneficial to dogs with sensitive skin!

4. Essential oil blend of green tea, lemon myrtle, fir needle and lavender

This unique combination of essential oils gives our Hemp Shampoo a subtle and fresh aroma.

We love natural Australian hemp so much, we dedicated an entire range to it

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Because the benefits of hemp seed oil for dogs are so plentiful, we knew that we could harness its power in more ways than one.

Hemp Seed Oil 100% Cold-Pressed

Hemp is considered a superfood, which means that it’s not only beneficial to us as humans, but to our pups as well.

Our Hemp Seed Oil 100% Cold-Pressed can do just about everything. High in antioxidants and omegas, it works to improve your dog’s skin and coat, reduce inflammation and mild anxiety, and promote gut health!

Hemp Anxiety Aid

Everybody feels anxious sometimes, your pooch included. Whatever the reason for your pup’s anxiety, our Hemp Anxiety Aid can help.

A natural blend of pure Australian hemp seed oil, hemp seed powder, B vitamins, magnesium, L-Tryptophan and green tea, our Hemp Anxiety Aid is professionally formulated to reduce your dog’s anxiety, tension and stress.

You can read more about the benefits and ingredients of it here.

>>> Does your pup have sensitive skin? Try our natural pet grooming Hemp Shampoo today! <<<

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