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eco.pup Fur Baby Leave-in Spray Conditioner

eco.pup Fur Baby Leave-in Spray Conditioner

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Famously fab & a whole lotta fancy... Food-grade & Llickable!

No matter if it kinks, coils, swirls, waves, or fluffs, every fur baby will love a little squirt & zhoosh of this puppy! Whether the finished style-vibe is ruff disheveled chic, tamed femme fatale, a fetchingly foxy ‘fro, or plain old outback jack, this ultra-light, non-greasy fur-tamer will help you purrfect the look.

No rinsing require... but; ‘cos they're leaving it in, fur babies need their own breed of lickalicious beauty treats. That’s why we make it from 100% natural food-grade raw ingredients to condition and comb effortlessly through all lengths of locks.

So your fur baby will rock a 100% vegan, tangle-free, mat-free, hassle-free, healthier-looking coat! Ideal for use on sensitive pet’s skin, and bursting with pure plant essences and healthy goodness!

Aqua (Water), Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice*, Brassicyl Valinate Esylate, Brassica Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Undecane (Coconut), Tridecane (Coconut), Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil*, Astrocaryum Vulgare (Tucuma) Seed Oilπ, Carya Ovata (Hickory) Bark Extract, Prunus Persica (Peach) Fruit Extract*, Glycerin, Tocopherol (Vit E), L’Arginine, Sodium Gluconate, Methylheptylglycerin.
*Ingredients from Organic Farming
aOccurs Naturally in Essential Oils
πWild Harvested
Natural and Organic Pet Care.
100% Sustainably Sourced Ingredients
100% of the total ingredients are from natural origin. 20.7% of the total ingredients are from organic agriculture. 73.1% organic of total ingredients, minus water and minerals.

This formulation contains 0% synthetic moieties.

Shake before use. Apply to damp or dry fur, finger detangle, comb or brush. Leave-on. Avoid spraying around the eye area.

To apply to the facial-fur, spray firstly onto human hands, and then rub your hands over the facial-fur to avoid direct eye contact.

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