We crafted this Lavender Woof Wash dog shampoo with much thoughtfulness (and Melba approves, with as much excitement as a bath-hating dog can muster!):
- B&B lavender essential oil – antibacterial, antimicrobial, great for skin and relaxation
- Cedarwood essential oil – fights pests and encourages relaxation
- Lemongrass essential oil – promotes healthy skin and repels insects
Gently massage this Lavender Woof Wash into your pup’s wet fur and then thoroughly rinse with clean water (or furiously rub it in as quickly as you can and then try desperately to rinse it before she escapes your hold – if you have a ‘Melba’).
Lavender is not recommended for cats. Please do your research before using the product on animals other than dogs.
Lavender Woof Wash Ingredients: Water, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice*, DL-Panthenol (Provitamin B5), Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Polysorbate 20, Lavender Essential Oil (lavendendula x Intermeida Super), Cedarwood Essential Oil, Lemongrass Essential Oil
10 Reasons to Use Lavender Woof Wash on Your Dog!
Lavender oil isn’t just for humans; it can also be beneficial for your furry friend. Here are 10 reasons to consider using lavender woof wash on your dog:
- Calming and Relaxing: Lavender oil is well-known for its calming properties. Just as it can help reduce stress and anxiety in humans, it can have a similar effect on dogs. Using lavender oil in a diffuser or as part of a massage can help create a soothing environment for your pup.
- Aids in Sleep and Relaxation: If your dog experiences difficulty sleeping or has anxiety during certain situations, a bit of diluted lavender oil on their bed or bedding can promote a more restful sleep.
- Repels Fleas and Ticks: Lavender oil has natural insect-repelling properties. Mixing a small amount of lavender oil with a carrier oil and applying it to your dog’s coat can help deter fleas and ticks. However, it’s essential to consult with your vet before using any essential oils on your pets.
- Eases Skin Irritations: Lavender oil has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that can help alleviate minor skin irritations in dogs. Diluting the oil and applying it to affected areas can provide relief from itching and redness.
- Freshens Dog Bedding: Adding a few drops of lavender oil to your dog’s bedding or creating a lavender spray for their sleeping area can help keep it smelling fresh and clean.
- Reduces Odor: Lavender’s pleasant scent can help neutralize doggy odors. Consider adding a few drops to your dog’s shampoo or creating a DIY grooming spray for a refreshing and natural deodorizing effect.
- Eases Car Ride Anxiety: If your dog experiences anxiety or motion sickness during car rides, the calming aroma of lavender oil can be beneficial. Use a lavender-infused collar or a few drops on a bandana to help create a more relaxed atmosphere.
- Supports Wound Healing: Lavender oil’s antiseptic properties can aid in the healing of minor cuts, scrapes, or wounds. Dilute the oil and apply it to the affected area after cleaning to support the healing process.
- Natural Paw Balm: Create a homemade paw balm by mixing lavender oil with a carrier oil like coconut or olive oil. This can help moisturize and protect your dog’s paw pads, especially during harsh weather conditions.
- Enhances Bath Time: Add a drop or two of lavender oil to your dog’s bathwater or shampoo for a spa-like experience. This not only helps keep them clean but also contributes to a more enjoyable grooming routine.
Lavender woof wash is already diluted enough for safe dog use. However, remember to always dilute lavender oil with a carrier oil when applying it to your dog, and consult with your veterinarian before introducing any new products into your pet care routine. Every dog is unique, and what works for one may not work for another. If for some reason Lavender Woof Wash does not work for your dog please reach out to us.