We select each of kin+kind's coat grooming ingredients to deeply moisturize itchy dogs and cats. Your shampoos should delight your pets, not strip them of their natural oils.
Essential Oils: sourced from the United States, Australia, India, and Europe for natural fragrance.
Glycerin: a natural humectant that draws moisture to the skin and coat. The moisture drawn by glycerin is locked in by the protective layer of the coconut and olive oils. Glycerin is produced when the coconut and olive oils are transformed into soap.
Potassium Citrate: a natural salt derived from the acid of citrus fruits. It is used to keep the pH level of our soaps perfect for your pets.
Saponified Organic Olive Oil and Organic Coconut Oil: saponification is the transformation of oil into soap. We use organic oils for all-natural and gentle base to our shampoos. Oil based soaps form a protective layer that traps moisture in the skin and coat.
Xanthan Gum: made from fermented sugar to form a natural thickener.
Aloe Vera Leaf Juice Powder: extracted from the aloe vera plant to add moisture and soothe the skin.
Benzoic Acid: naturally found in cherry bark, raspberries, tea, anise, and cassia bark, this acid help reinforce the skin barrier to seal in moisture,
Betaine: made from sugar beets, this natural humectant* draws moisture to the skin and coat.
Cetearyl Alcohol: produced from natural coconut oil to thicken and emulsify ingredients.
Citric Acid: a natural acid to control pH levels
Dehydroacetic Acid: Natural preservative
Lactic Acid: a natural acid to restore strength and elasticity to the hair
Natural Oils (Coconut, Olive, Sunflower): natural occlusives* to capture moisture in the skin and coat.
Shea Butter: extracted from the nut of the shea tree, this oil is a natural occlusive*
Vitamin E: natural antioxidant to help reduce free radical damage and protect the body’s cells.
Xantham Gum: made from fermented sugar to form a natural thickener.
* Moisturizing ingredients are generally occlusives, which mean they form protective barriers that lock in moisture; or humectants, which mean they draw moisture to the skin and coat.