Clean Ingredients

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What's Inside

What is it?

Plant-derived essential oil

What to Look For?

Kills and repels pests.

What is it?

Plant-derived essential oil

What does it do?

Natural scent

What is it?

Plant-derived soap

What does it do?

Cleans and conditions

What is it?

Plant-based

What does it do?

Natural thickener

What is it?

Natural essential oil

What to Look For?

Kills and repels pests.

What is it?

Derived from coconut oil

What to Look For?

Protects against microbial growth.

What is it?

Natural essential oil

What does it do?

Natural scent

What is it?

Natural essential oil

What does it do?

Natural scent

What is it?

Coconut soap

What does it do?

Cleanser

What is it?

Plant extract

What to Look For?

Natural preservative.

What is it?

Derived from coconut and olive oils

What does it do?

Natural humectant that draws moisture to the skin and coat

What is it?

Plant-derived.

What to Look For?

Natural thickener.

What's Never Inside

Why it's bad?

Often found in grooming products as a preservative and deodorizer. It may cause irritation, dry the skin, or even have a stinging sensation.

What to Look For?

• Isopropyl alcohol
• Benzyl Alcohol
• Ethyl Alcohol

Why It's Bad?

These oils are sometimes sold as flea repellents but can be harmful to sensitive dogs.

Why It's Bad?

These oils are sometimes sold as flea repellents but can be harmful to sensitive dogs.

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

Why it's bad?

Pesticides used to manage and kill mosquitoes, fleas, flies, moths, ants. They can have adverse side effects on dogs and cats including skin irritation, weakness, and difficulty breathing.

What to Look For?

• Pyrethrin
• Pyrethrum
• Permethrin

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

Why It's Bad?

These oils are sometimes sold as flea repellents but can be harmful to sensitive dogs.

Why It's Bad?

These oils are sometimes sold as flea repellents but can be harmful to sensitive dogs.