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Dermcare Natural Shampoo

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A gentle cleanser derived from coconut oil with emollients and moisturising factors specifically formulated for animal skin and coat. It contains no soap. Recommended for animals with normal and sensitive skin.
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    • Grooming Type
      Shampoo & Conditioner
    • Grooming Needs
      Natural
    • Brand
      Dermcare
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    Customer Reviews(6)

    • Sofia says... This product is great! We got a free sample from our vet and used it today, our puppy's fur is softer than ever and couldn't be whiter! It has all natural ingredients and smells like coconut! Very good, highly recommended!
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    • Kezzab says... My Dog has been itching non stop for over 12mths...i have tried all the expensive vet foods that they have advised...as well as all the medications...it has cost me over $1000 in this time..but i would do anything to stop her being in discomfort not including her groom every 3mths..just happened to read the reviews on this site....and thought ok i will give anything a try..i have used it once....and i would say at this stage i have an 80% success rate..and i think when i wash her a second time it may even get better....really happy with this product and to think it cost like $16.00..i wish i had heard of it much sooner....and i will also be advising the vet to recommend this product before people dish out so much money
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    • Jan C says... Our Maltese/shitzou has always suffered with sensitive skin and has been on numerous courses of medication to treat this condition. Whenever he went for his regular clip he always came back with very irritated skin which lasted for a few days. Last time we asked the dog groomer if she could try a different shampoo on him. The dog groomer used Natural Dermacare and was astounded at the difference in our dog's skin. We don't plan to use anything else but Dermacare on our 6 dogs due to the remarkable results.
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    • Snowy says... The Shampoo was very good. Our dog was a puppy when we first got the shampoo, and we wanted something that wouldn't irritate his skin. We tried this shampoo and it was great, it didn't irritate his skin, so I would recommend it for anyone looking for a shampoo for a puppy. Our dog is white and we wanted to avoid having to use shampoos with bleach, but we found that the shampoo made his fur white, just by itself. Really good.
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    • Karlee says... My dog doesn't have any special needs so I just picked this shampoo randomly. It smells yummy (kind of like marshmallow?) and leaves her coat so soft and shiny. Not too expensive either! We'll stick with this shampoo.
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    • Kathryn says... My dog had been suffering from a skin allergy since she was 5 months old. She would get so itchy and attack herself to the point where she would be panting excessively, bleeding, and be suffering with a bad skin inflammation. I literally had to bandage her from head to toe while I wasn't at home to make sure she didn't attack herself. Was told the only treatment was very expensive tests and life long medication. Since using this shampoo on her she is 100% better! It has calmed her skin and I never have to worry about her attacking herself. Will never use a different Shampoo on her.
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