Greenfields Nude Skin Shampoo - 250 ML - Greenfields

Nude Skin Shampoo - 250 ML

  • Especially developed for nude skin dogs
  • Ideal for washing sensitive nude skin
  • Helps to prevent skin from drying out
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Greenfields Nude Skin Shampoo - 250 ML

The Nude Skin Shampoo is especially formulated for dogs with a nude skin. It helps nourish the delicate skin without stripping its natural oils. This pH – balanced shampoo is suitable for dogs with nude and sensitive skin. The refreshing fragrance keeps the skin smelling fresh and clean.

  • Formulated for dogs with a nude skin
  • Helps sooth the skin and coat
  • Nourishes the skin and coat
  • Suitable for regular use
  • Equally suitable for dogs with delicate skin
  • Paraben-free
  • pH balanced
  • Perfume is allergy free
Article code 2955
EAN 8718836720024
Composition Anionic surfactants, Non-ionic surfactants, Amphoteric surfactants, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, Perfume

Wet the skin with lukewarm water. Use your hands to apply the shampoo to the skin. Vigorously massage the dog starting at their throat until the shampoo begins to foam well. Thoroughly rinse with clean, lukewarm water. Dry the skin with a towel.

For which breeds is this shampoo suitable?
This shampoo is suitable dogs with a nude skin.
How often should I wash my dog?
This depends on the coat. A short-haired dog needs to be washed 2 to 4 times a year on average. If your dog likes to go on adventures in the countryside and gets dirty, it won't hurt to wash him more often.
From how many weeks can I wash a puppy?
In general, you can wash a puppy from 3 months of age, as it is no longer cared for by its mother. Be sure to use a special puppy shampoo such as our Puppy Shampoo Bar, which can be used from 4 weeks of age.
How do I store the shampoo?
Avoid the sun and store the product in a dark place and at room temperature. 
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