Earthbath claims to be natural, but what are it’s actual ingredients?
Even if it is natural, how does it smell and does it do what a dog shampoo should which is leave your dog’s coat feeling soft and smelling nice?
Let’s find out!
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Earthbath Dog Shampoo Review: Natural Soap Free Shampoo
If you prefer, you can go straight to checking out the Earthbath Dog Shampoo here:
Earthbath Dog Shampoo (on Amazon)
Earthbath Puppy Shampoo (on Amazon)
Earthbath Dog Shampoo: Review
Features & Shampoo Details
- A natural dog shanpoo
- There are many scents to choose from such as oatmeal/aloe, eucalyptus, peppermint and more. The scents are nice without being overpowering
- The shampoo can clean, deodorise and nourish your dog’s fur
- The shampoo can also be used on dry, flaky and itchy skin
- There are both adult and puppy shampoos available
- Ingredients include: Purified water, colloidal oatmeal (3%), renewable plant-derived & coconut-based cleansers, organic aloe vera, vitamins A, B, D & E, glycerin, allantoin, food-grade extracts of vanilla & almond, natural preservative.
- 100-percent bio-degradable
- Non ingredients include: Anything that would harm your pet or the environment.
- No soap,
- No gluten,
- No DEA,
- No parabens,
- No synthetic dyes or perfumes,
- No SLS/SLES,
- No phthalates, or enzymes
- Animal cruelty free
- Sudsy runoff is safe and harmless to plants and animals
- Based on Earthbath.com product description
- Overall, the shampoo is priced competitively with non natural dog shampoos, so it appears to be good value for money considering the benefits
VIew the Earthbath Dog Shampoo (on Amazon)
View the Earthbath Puppy Shampoo (on Amazon)
Earthbath Dog Shampoo: Buyer’s Guide
What are natural ingredients?
Natural ingredients come from a renewable/plentiful resource found in nature.
What are synthetic ingredients?
Synthetic ingredients been formulated or manufactured by a man made chemical process, and may or may not be derived from a natural source.
Why choose natural ingredients over synthetic ingredients?
In general, a natural ingredient might:
- be better for the environment – biodegradable and non toxic
- have less carcinogens, be less toxic, be less likely to disrupt the endocrine system, or cause skin irritation in your pet
Natural ingredients generally have less processing involved than a synthetic ingredient.
Not all synthetic ingredients are harmful, and not all natural ingredients are completely harmless though. It’s more a rule of thumb that natural ingredients tend to be less risky for pet care products
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