I received these products from Simply Sage Dog Treats for review.
If you're like me, you consider your pets to be family members. So this Valentine's Day, show your dog some love by pampering him with these Detoxifying, Calming and Cleansing Paw Balms. You can purchase them individually from Simply Sage's Etsy shop, or get all three products in a bundle for $36.
These products will relieve dry, chapped and rough paws. They will relieve and help heal peeling and cracked paws, hyperkeratosis of the paw, paw allergy symptoms and dry elbows. Your dog will love the grooming spa treatment, especially during times of extreme weather conditions. To apply, clean your dog's paws with warm soapy water and then dry them thoroughly before applying the paw balm. use a small amount and rub it on the paws 2 or 3 times a day, making sure to cover the paw pads and include in between the toes.
Store the paw balm in a cool and dry area (refrigerate if needed) because it will return to a liquid state if it's stored somewhere warm. It's safe if your dog licks his paws after application. Don't worry, it won't hurt him. But since the purpose of these products is to moisturize and sooth minor irritations, seek veterinary advice if your dog has open sores on his paws, or persistent skin conditions.
Cleansing Paw Balm ($12): Comes in a tin with a net weight of 2 oz/56.69 g. It contains Beeswax, Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Calendula, Vitamin E Oil and Wild Orange Oil. It has a shelf life of 24 months.
Detoxifying Paw Balm ($12): Comes in a tin with a net weight of 2 oz/56.69 g. It contains Beeswax, Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Dried Rosebuds, Vitamin E Oil and Peppermint Oil. It has a shelf life of 24 months.
Calming Paw Balm ($12): Comes in a tin with a net weight of 2 oz/56.69 g. It contains Beeswax, Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Lavender, Lavender Tea, Peppermint, Peppermint Oil, Essential Oils, Herbal Tea, Dried Flowers and Vitamin E.
Doesn't your dog deserve to be pampered? He'll love you for it!
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