Propanediol is a plant-based moisturiser with antibacterial properties. It is derived from corn sugar.
Vegetable glycerin is produced during the saponification of vegetable oils. Glycerin helps the skin to retain moisture.
Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol from corn starch. It moisturises and increases the elasticity of the skin.
Silicic acid is a trace element. It protects and strengthens the teeth, and it supports the body’s own defense of the oral mucosa. As a gentle cleaning agent, silicic acid cleans teeth effectively without damaging the enamel.
Kaolin clay is known for its gentle cleansing action. It is hypoallergenic, adheres well to the skin, and makes for an excellent surfactant substitute. It absorbs dirt particles and excess grease like a blotting paper, so that they can be rinsed off easily.
Carica Papaya Fruit Extract*
Papaya extract contains the enzyme papain. High concentration of papain are found in the green skin and seeds of unripe fruits. Because of its protein-splitting effect, the enzyme is considered an excellent stain remover. Papain helps gently to loosen plaque and remove discolouration.
Curcuma Longa Powder*
Turmeric (turmeric) is recommended by Indian researchers for its strengthening effect for dental care. It is said to make gums more resistant and soothe them.
Cocos Nucifera Oil*
Coconut oil has a melting point of approx. 25°C. At cooler temperatures it is solid, but melts on contact with the skin. Coconut oil penetrates the skin very quickly and has an immediate smoothing and moisturising effect without leaving a greasy film. In addition, it absorbs body heat when melting and thus has a slightly cooling effect - very pleasant for irritated skin. Melting and quick absorption make coconut oil feel very soft and flattering.
Furthermore, coconut oil has a slightly deodorising effect due to certain fatty acids that are toxic to some bacteria. Together with turmeric, coconut oil is considered an insider tip for natural teeth whitening.
Xanthan gum is a natural thickener and obtained by fermenting substances containing sugar. Xanthan gum has a moisture-binding effect and is also suitable for sensitive skin.
The sodium salt of citric acid regulates the pH value. In contrast to the skin of humans, the pH value of canine skin is in the rather neutral range (7.5). Shampoos designed for humans are therefore completely unsuitable for dogs.
Citric acid regulates the pH value of the products. In contrast to humans, dogs have a pH value in the rather neutral range, which is why care products designed for humans are completely unsuitable for dogs.
From controlled organic cultivation.