Earthbath Green Tea & Awapuhi Shed Control Conditioner 16oz

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Controls excessive shedding and dander

Nourishes skin and rejuvenate coat

All-natural ingredients

Will not wash off topical flea applications

Compatible with topical flea treatments

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Earthbath Green Tea & Awapuhi Shed Control Conditioner is a vegetable-based shed control conditioner that softens, detangles and enriches coats while reducing excessive shedding and dander.

Organic fair trade shea butter, glycerin and allantoin act to nourish the skin, as well as lock in moisture to reduce dryness and scaling. Powerful antioxidants, including green tea extract and omega-6 fatty acids, help protect the skin and repair skin damage which can trigger shedding.

Use the Earthbath Green Tea & Awapuhi Shed Control Conditioner in conjunction with Earthbath Green Tea & Awapuhi Shed Control Shampoo 16oz.for best results.

Ingredients
Purified water, vegetable-derived conditioner and detangler, organic shea butter, omega-6 fatty acids, aloe vera, amino acids, allantoin, phytantriol, extracts of green tea leaf, ginseng & awapuhi, natural preservative

Non-Ingredients
Anything that would harm your pet or the environment. This product contains no soap, gluten, DEA, parabens, synthetic dyes or perfumes, SLS/SLES, phthalates, or enzymes and is animal cruelty free. Sudsy runoff is safe and harmless to plants and animals.

Suitable For
Safe for all animals over 6 weeks

Product Weight
16oz (472ml)

Please Note
Avoid contact with eyes. Product is solely intended for use on coat and skin. Flush thoroughly with clean water if eye contact occurs. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed (by humans), consult a physician.