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The Benefits of Manuka Honey Dog Shampoo

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There are many powerful natural ingredients that are both safe for dogs while also providing for incredible health benefits for your precious pooch.

While you might usually think about eating Manuka honey, we’ve repurposed the powerful ingredient to be used topically in our natural dog shampoo and conditioning sprays.

The healing properties of Manuka honey

Native to New Zealand, Manuka honey is loaded with beneficial healing properties. These powerful properties include:

  • Antibacterial
  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-dandruff
  • Antihistamine
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-allergenic

Manuka honey is also commonly used as an antidote for insect bites and stings. It’s no wonder, then, that our naturally-derived Manuka honey extract and extract helps to reduce itching and redness, relieve irritation and heal your pup’s inflamed skin.

Our Manuka honey pet shampoo & conditioner range

We use Manuka honey essential oil and extract in a number of our Australian-made products to help alleviate your dog’s itchiness and heal their congested and inflamed skin.

Stella’s Blend No.2 Shampoo

Specifically formulated with Manuka honey extract, Stella’s Blend No.2 is our number one dog shampoo for problem prone skin. The Manuka honey, goat milk and oatmeal blend helps to draw out harmful bacteria while simultaneously healing, nourishing, and cleansing your pup’s skin.

Stella’s Blend no.2 Conditioning Spray & Deodoriser

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Complimenting Stella’s Blend No.2 Shampoo is Stella’s Blend No.2 Conditioning Spray & Deodoriser. A Manuka honey, goat milk and almond oil blend, this soothing coat spray has the power to condition and balance your four-legged friend’s coat and skin.

Frankie & Felix’s No.5 Waterless Shampoo

Packed with Manuka honey extract, Frankie & Felix’s No.5 Waterless Shampoo will keep your pup’s skin and coat clean and balanced without the bath.

With added rosemary to absorb excess oil and prevent grease, this shampoo will help your dog stay fresh between baths.

Soothe and heal your pup’s skin with our Manuka honey shampoos and sprays

Targeting redness, dryness and irritation, Manuka honey extract works hard to leave your furry friend’s skin feeling soft, supple and soothed.

The Benefits of Manuka Honey Dog Shampoo, natural dog shampoo, dog shampoo for itchy skin, pet shampoo & conditioner

Our range of Manuka honey shampoos and sprays are carefully formulated to be gentle on your dog’s skin and provide nourishing relief for that incessant scratch.

Manuka honey can heal your dog’s skin and help them to ditch the itch

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