Why use a pet conditioner?
Giving your pet a bath can be a real nightmare sometimes, so you may be thinking if you really need to spend extra time conditioning. Well in the majority of cases, yes you do! It may mean a few more minutes with your pet in the bath, but it can do wonders for the health and appearance of their coat. Unless they’re hairless or have extremely short fur, conditioning can have many benefits. Firstly, if you shampoo without conditioning, it means the hair shafts will be left open so essential hydration and oils can easily escape. Conditioning helps to lock in the moisture and keep it maintained.
Another benefit is for those pets with longer fur. They can easily come across tangles, knots and matted areas of fur, so conditioning can make the brushing process after the bath a lot more straightforward. For those prone to shedding, it can also help to maintain the fur to reduce the amount that falls out. In addition to this, whilst shampooing works to wash clean dirt and smells, conditioning can assist this to overall leave your four-legged friend’s fur feeling clean, silky and soft whilst smelling as fresh as a daisy.
Grooming Conditioner key ingredients
To use, after shampooing, apply the conditioner to wet fur. Rub in, making sure to be thorough across their whole body. Once done, rinse well with lukewarm water. If preferred, you can also mix the conditioner with a small amount of water before applying to your pet’s fur. To get the best for your four-legged friend, use after Animigo’s Grooming Shampoo and for longer haired friends, also use the Dog Fur Detangler (for dogs only).
Purified Water, Avena Sativa (Oat) Extract, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Extract, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Stearyl Alcohol (Derived from Coconuts), Cetyl Alcohol (Derived from Coconuts), Vegetable Glycerin, Potassium Sorbate, Blend of Essential Oils.