Naturally Moisturising Dog Shampoo
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Naturally Moisturising Dog Shampoo

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Best Australian Made Dog Shampoo

Underwater DOGS present a professional salon formulated SHAMPOO made specifically for dogs. Soap-free, paraben-free, cruelty-free, naturally moisturising and containing unique blends of pH balanced ingredients adding softness and shine to every coat.

Naturally soothing, moisturising and deliciously fragranced with baby-powder, vanilla and coconut ice, Underwater Dogs PUPPY SHAMPOO & everyday DOG SHAMPOO give a thorough yet gentle clean, maintaining oil equilibrium and reducing irritation to those with ‘dry and sensitive’ skin.

Is your dog itching themselves red-raw? 
There may be a myriad of reasons why your dog is itching. Topical skin allergies may play a part, or the food they eat, or maybe even the affect of the different grasses or the water they play in. But let's also consider their ACID MANTLE or relative pH BALANCE - that slightly acidic layer covering their skin that protects them from nasty environmental contaminants like bacteria, parasites and virus.

Scientifically speaking, the stratum corneum is the topmost layer of skin responsible for keeping your dog's outer-selves healthy and hydrated. When we bathe our dog with soaps and shampoos, part of this protective layer of acidic oil gets washed away. It's part of the process. When the pH balance is disturbed and oils are removed, the skin is left defenceless against hosts of micro-organisms. This presents in dry, irritated and sometimes flaky skin and may lead to an unsightly rash leaving your dog terribly, terribly itchy.

Always choose a naturally moisturising  pH Balanced Shampoo for your dog. We also encourage you to always condition your dog, replacing lost moisture due to the cleansing process, hydrating, rejuvenating and locking in moisture.

Ditch the itch with Underwater Dogs Haircare. Proudly Made in Australia🇦🇺
Product Description provided from UW Dogs Website.