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Wild Wash Healing Paw Balm with Sweet Almond Oil, Frankincense and Kanuka is a fantastic conditioning paw treatment that will relieve your dog's cracked, dry and rough paws and protect them from everyday wear and tear.
The healing balm is especially great in extreme weather conditions and protects against hot pavements, road grit, ice and salt.
This wonder product can also be used to moisturise nails, dry noses and treat calloused elbows and dry patched.
Made with Sweet Almond Oil which is rich in Vitamin E and perfect for moisturising and absorbs into your pets pads whilst reducing irritations and inflammation.
Frankincense is a well-known skin tonic that heals sores, scars, wounds and skin inflammation, it also works as a pain reliever and eases discomfort by cracked pads.
Kanuka eases pain, swelling and is an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory which helps to fight infection and promotes healing in all weather conditions.
Wild Wash Healing Paw Balm will enhance your Dog's health and comfort.
Massage into Paw Pads, Allow to absorb, leaving a light coat of protection. For best results use daily.
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Wild Wash Healing Paw Balm 50ml
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Kas on 18 Jul 2017 said:
I have used this on my dogs nose, paws and dry itchy spots. It's amazing, I can't recommend it enough!
Yes, i recommend this product
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