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Clean Ingredients Grooming

Care for your pet’s skin and fur with safe and effective ingredients made from plants

Clean Ingredients Grooming

Care for your pet’s skin and fur with safe and effective ingredients made from plants

What's inside

Activated Charcoal
What is it?
Naturally derived

What does it do?
Removes impurities, brightens both white and colored coats, and eliminates odors
Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis)
What is it?
Plant extract

What does it do?
Soothes irritated skin
Aloe Water
What is it?
Naturally derived

What does it do?
Soothes irritated skin
Argan (Argania Spinosa) Essential Oil
What is it?
Natural oil

What does it do?
Smoothes microwrinkles in skin and coat to eliminate frizziness
Avocado Oil Esters (Butyl Avocadate)
What is it?
Plant-derived oil

What does it do?
Relieves itching and irritation
Beeswax (Cera Alba)
What is it?
Natural wax

What does it do?
Natural occlusive and humectant to attract and lock in moisture
Betaine
What is it?
Derived from sugar beets

What does it do?
Humectant, which draws moisture to the skin and coat
Caprylhydroxamic Acid
What is it?
Derived from coconut oil

What does it do?
Natural preservative
Carnauba (Copernicia Cerifera) Wax
What is it?
Natural wax from the leaves of the carnauba palm

What does it do?
Natural occlusive, which forms a protective layer to lock in moisture
Cedarwood (Juniperus Ashei) Essential Oil
What is it?
Plant-derived essential oil

What does it do?
Natural scent
Cetearyl Alcohol
What is it?
Derived from coconut oil

What does it do?
Thickens and emulsifies ingredients
Coconut Soap (Coco Glucoside)
What is it?
Plant-derived soap

What does it do?
Cleans and conditions
Colloidal Oatmeal (Avena Sativa Flour)
What is it?
Finely ground oatmeal

What does it do?
Forms a protective layer to lock in moisture
Glyceryl Caprylate
What is it?
Derived from coconut and palm oil

What does it do?
A moisturizing agent and emulsifier
Guar Conditioner
What is it?
Derived from guar seeds

What does it do?
Conditioner
Heptyl Glucoside
What is it?
Derived from sugar and castor seeds

What does it do?
Natural solubilizer
Hydroxyethyl Cellulose
What is it?
Plant-based

What does it do?
Natural thickener
Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis) Seed Oil
What is it?
Natural essential oil

What does it do?
Natural occlusive that locks in moisture
Olive Squalane
What is it?
Pressed from olive

What does it do?
Vitamin E for moisture
Organic Sunflower (Helianthus Annuus) Seed Oil
What is it?
Plant-derived oil

What does it do?
Helps retain and balance moisture to reduce irritation and dryness
Patchouli (Pogostemon Cablin) Essential Oil
What is it?
Plant-derived essential oil

What does it do?
Natural scent
Peppermint Oil
What is it?
Natural essential oil

What does it do?
Natural scent
Potassium Citrate
What is it?
Natural salt

What does it do?
Keeps the pH perfect for your pets
Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis) Oil
What is it?
Natural essential oil

What does it do?
Natural scent
Saponified Organic Coconut Oil (Sodium Cocoate)
What is it?
Coconut soap

What does it do?
Cleanser
Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii)
What is it?
Plant extract

What does it do?
Softens and conditions skin
Soapbark (Quillaja SaponariaWood Extract)
What is it?
Plant extract

What does it do?
A natural emulsifier
Sweet Almond (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis) Oil
What is it?
Natural essential oil

What does it do?
Natural scent
Sweet Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare Dulce) Essential Oil
What is it?
Natural essential oil

What does it do?
Natural scent
Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia) Essential Oil
What is it?
Natural essential oil

What does it do?
Cleanser
Vanilla (Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Oil)
What is it?
Natural essential oil

What does it do?
Natural scent
Vegetable Glycerin
What is it?
Derived from coconut and olive oils

What does it do?
Natural humectant that draws moisture to the skin and coat
Witch Hazel (Hamamelis Virginiana)
What is it?
Plant extract

What does it do?
Cleanser
Zinc Deodorizer
What is it?
Natural deodorizer

What does it do?
Eliminates odors

What's never inside

Formaldehyde
What is it?
A preservative used in grooming products that is a known carcinogen and skin irritant.

What to Look For?
Formaldehyde
GMOs
What is it?
GMOs are believed to cause harm to the environment, farmers and community. The chemicals used to protect these crops run off into the water supply. GMO plant material is not allowed in organic products.

Lanolin
What is it?
Lanolin is used in grooming products to lock in much-needed moisture and prevent water loss. However, it also is an irritant and can cause allergic reactions.

What to Look For?
Lanolin
Mineral Oil
What is it?
Mineral oil is commonly used in grooming products to lock in moisture to skin but also blocks and clogs pores, impacting the skins ability to remove debris and toxins. It often comes from petroleum.

What to Look For?
• Mineral Oil
• Paraffin
• Paraffinum Liquidum
• Synthetic Wax
• Petrolatum
• Ceresine Isoparaffin
Parabens
What is it?
Chemical preservatives that prevent growth of bacteria or mold but are known to cause hormone disruption and cause environmental damage. They have also been found to accelerate skin aging, skin rashes and allergies.

What to Look For?
• Methylparaben
• Ethylparaben
• Isobutylparaben
• Propylparaben
• Heptylparaben
PEGs
What is it?
Synthetic chemicals found in grooming products as a thickener, softener, or to attract moisture but can cause skin irritation and carry other chemicals across the skin into the bloodstream.

What to Look For?
• Polyethylene Glycol
• PEG-150 Distearate
• PEG 6000 Disterate
• PEG 80 Sorbitan Laurate
Petroleum
What is it?
Petroleum is used in grooming products as a solvent because it creates lather. However, it is highly flammable and can damage lung tissue and nerve cells.

Phthalates
What is it?
Plasticizing chemicals used in grooming products to help fragrance stick to the skin or to soften products but may cause hormone disruption and damage the kidneys and liver.

What to Look For?
• BBP: butyl benzyl phthalate
• DBP: di-n-butyl phthalate
• DEHP: di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
Sulfates
What is it?
Chemical cleaning agents that are often found in grooming products to help clean hair. They strip hair of natural oils that help keep it hydrated, which can often lead to a dry, dull coat and can cause skin irritation.

What to Look For?
• Ammonium lauryl sulfate
• Sodium lauryl sulfate
• Sodium Myreth Sulfate
• TEA Lauryl Sulfate
Sulfites
What is it?
Sulfites are used as preservatives in grooming products but can cause headaches, rashes, and difficulty breathing.

Talc
What is it?
Talc is used in products to absorb moisture and improve consistency. However, it may contain asbestos, which is known to cause cancers in and around the lungs when inhaled.

Titamium Dioxide
What is it?
Titanium dioxide is used as a pigment in grooming products. However, it is considered possibly carcinogenic.

Triclocarban
What is it?
Triclocraban is used as a disinfectant in grooming products. However, it is known to interfere with the body's natural hormones.

Triclosan
What is it?
Triclosan is added to many products to reduce or prevent bacterial contamination but can cause skin irritation and allergic reactions.

What to Look For?
Triclosan