This past week while updating the product images on our website we realized how much we talk about what ISN'T in our products!
One of the first things we did when we decided to take 4-Legger from a vision to reality was to make a list of ingredients we'd never use in our shampoo.
[Click the video (below) to hear the question & our response]!
Our goal was to to show pet parents that 4-Legger's safe and non-toxic dog shampoos are a higher standard of pet grooming products but in doing so we focus a lot on what isn't in our products.
We're just as proud of the ingredients that ARE in our dog shampoo and healing balm as we are what isn't in our products!
Yes, 4-Legger's USDA certified organic dog shampoo is detergent-free and sulfate-free and we're really proud of it!
What is in our products? Take a look!
Saponified organic oils of coconut, olive, and jojoba, organic aloe vera, and rosemary extract (preservative)
Saponified organic oils of coconut, olive, and jojoba, natural essential oil blend of rosemary and lemongrass, organic aloe vera, and rosemary extract (preservative)
Saponified organic oils of coconut, olive, and jojoba, organic aloe vera, organic oatmeal glycerite, organic lavender essential oil, and rosemary extract (preservative)
Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Organic Rosemary Extract, Organic Calendula Extract, Organic St. John's Wort, Organic Beeswax, Natural Vitamin E (Tocopherol)
|Our top secret new formulation will soon be revealed!|
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We've got the answer!
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You are on a mission to find the best dog shampoo for your fur baby. You are spending hours doing ingredient research to find a safe, non-toxic, and beneficial dog shampoo.
You run into the phrase "chemical free dog shampoo".
What does this mean? What is the intention of this misguided marketing phrase?