Blueberry Facial Dog Shampoo - Noble Sciences Store

BLUEBERRY FACIAL NEW South Bark's dog cat pet shampo TEARLESS WHITENS 12 0Z
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Treat your dog to the all-natural, hypo-allergenic Blueberry Facial. Dogs enjoy the special attention to their face while having the Blueberry Facial gently massaged into their fur and skin. It’s a tear-less, lick-safe shampoo, face wash and color brightener all-in-one that uses Blueberries, Avocado, Coconut oil and Aloe. Blueberry Facial has Vitamins A, D & E and is gentle on the eyes and it smells delicious! The Blueberry Spa Package includes the facial, plus a full body shampoo using Blueberry Facial along with a Blueberry conditioner and a splash of Blueberry/Clove cologne. You and your pet will love this package!
BLUEBERRY FACIAL South Bark's dog shampoo 12 oz & Blueberry Clove Cologne 2.5oz
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Is the blueberry facial helpful for any specific dog skin issues?
The blueberry facial can help with various skin issues such as dry skin or itchy skin due to the coconut oil and aloe vera in the shampoo.

If you want to try out the Blueberry Dog Facial and are in the NYC area contact the . We think they’re great – our dog Kobi gets his haircuts and grooming done at the .
If you don’t live in the area, you can get the BLUEBERRY FACIAL NEW South Bark's dog cat pet shampo TEARLESS WHITENS 12 0Z
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Photo provided by FlickrBLUEBERRY FACIAL South Bark's dog shampoo 12 oz & Blueberry Clove Cologne 2.5oz
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The blueberry facial is also a hypoallergenic, tearless and a lick-safe shampoo. It can be used as a whole body shampoo and brightener, as a special request. White coat dogs can look even brighter when we use this product as a shampoo. The blueberry facial has a long-lasting scent, but it is not like perfume so it doesn't aggravate owners with allergies.My bottle of Blueberry Facial ® was won in a contest and I decided to review the product to see whether or not it was something that I’d continue using. We first limited its use to our therapy dogs, where hygiene is of the utmost importance and the shampoo’s aromatherapy would benefit those whom the dogs are visiting. After seeing how well it worked, we began shampooing all our dogs following bird hunting trips, as they return home with their coats full of burrs, seeds, dirt and mud.Keeping your dog groomed and clean not only makes them socially acceptable as family pets, but bathing them provides an opportunity to examine them for minor injuries and hitchhiking parasites – particularly if your dogs hunt as mine do. A good facial shampoo such as South Bark Blueberry Facial ® is perfectly suited for dogs with long facial hair such as Spinone.Use straight from the bottle or dilute 8:1. A little goes a long way. A small amount of shampoo goes a long way. We’ve oftentimes had to reapply name brand shampoo several times, however with the Blueberry Facial ® used less to begin with and did not have to reapply it. After wetting the dogs down, we either use it straight from the bottle by pouring small amounts into our hands and worked it into their hair, or will dilute it depending on how dirty they are. After working it into their coats, we let it set for about 5 minutes before rinsing it out.Cleans and brightens your pet’s face. Although our dogs all have healthy and shiny hair, the shampoo did seem to brighten and soften not only their faces, but entire coat. Blueberry Facial claims to help tear stains on dogs’ faces, but with Spinone its beard stains. The Blueberry Facial noticeably brightened Elvis’ beard stains after just one application.I honestly don't find it to be all that impressive. I've used it on some of my most boogery, yeasty, stinky faced Shih Tzus, and I didn't notice anything different then when I use my regular Kelco shampoo. I supose it does smell good in the bottle and when you first apply it to the face. (if you like blueberries - my daughter says it smells like perm.) But once it's rinsed, I don't smell anything except clean dog face, which is the same result I get when I wash the face with Kelco. I've also used it on the Bishons and Westies, and if their white coats are any brighter, I havn't noticed.