Skin Healing Rinse

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  1. Helps restore your dog’s inflamed, itchy, irritated skin to a healthy state.
  2. Made with all natural, pesticide free herbs from USDA organic farms.
  3. Gentle and soothing.
  4. Provides quick relief.

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Formulated with the help of a Master Herbalist, this natural skin healing rinse for dogs helps reduce and relieve skin irritation and inflammation that can be related to a wide variety of skin conditions, infections and allergies. Made with aloe leaf (an anti-inflammatory), whole oats (soothes skin), calendula flowers (an anti-inflammatory), comfrey root (soothes skin), St. John’s wort herb (an anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial), chamomile flowers (reduces inflammation and soothes skin), leaf of witch hazel for dog skin(an astringent), lavender flowers (smells good and acts as an anti-inflammatory), yarrow herb (an anti-inflammatory) and thyme leaf (an astringent and antiseptic), this special blend works in a variety of ways to calm irritated skin in a safe and non-caustic manner. You and your dog should see the benefits of witch hazel for dog skin as soon as the first rinse!

Is Witch Hazel Safe for Dogs Skin?

This natural Skin Healing Rinse works best with combined with one of our all-natural, chemical-free shampoos.

Regular pet shampoos have a tendency to make skin irritation worse, so use caution if using any product that you can purchase over the counter.

Instructions for using skin healing rinse:

In a mason jar or other closed container, mix 1/4th cup (for smaller dogs and cat) or 1/2 cup (for larger dogs) with 2 – 4 cups (2 for smaller pets, 4 for larger pets) boiling water. Cover with lid and let mixture steep for at least 30 minutes. Overnight is preferable. After the mixture has cooled to room temperature, press and strain out any free-floating herbs. Bathe pet with his or her normal shampoo, then squeeze out all excess water. Pour cooled down rinse over your pet, making sure to avoid the face (pay special attention to not get any rinse in his or her eyes or ears). Leave the rinse on your pet and towel dry, no need to rinse off! You can also use this natural Skin Healing Rinse without the need to bathe your pet first.

You can also add 1 – 3 tablespoons of organic apple cider vinegar (we recommend Bragg’s) to the jar after straining out the herbs. It has a strong odor at first, but it will fade as your pet’s coat dries. Apple cider vinegar is great for helping with dandruff, itchy skin and adds shine while removing odor naturally.

Precautions :

Be aware this product may tint white coats. Test on a small area of your pet’s fur if this is a concern for you. Under most circumstances, the slight tint will rinse out with your pet’s next normal shampoo bath.

Avoid contact with the eyes. If contact occurs, flush immediately with water and contact your veterinarian for further advice.

Ingredients :

Made with only fresh USDA organic, human grade herbs from reputable manufacturers.

Active : Aloe leaf (Aloe barbadensis), Whole oats (Avena sativa), Calendula flowers (Calendula officinalis), Comfrey root (Symphytum officinale), St. John’s Wort herb (Hypericum perforatum), Chamomile flowers (Matricaria recutita), Witch Hazel leaf (Hamamelis virginiana), Lavender flowers (Lavandula angustifolia), Yarrow herb (Achillea millefolium)and Thyme leaf (Thymus vulgaris).

Weight 4.4 oz

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  1. Connie S.

    Connie S.

    This is very soothing to my little old fellows itchy allergy flare ups. After it steeps all night I strain it then microwave to take the chill off. I slowly pour on his irritated spots. It smells good and herby and doesn't need to be rinsed. His inflamed skin is calmed after just a few treatments.

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