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So, What Shampoo Does a Dog Use?

Try our Coco & Joe BATH range today, which are 100% natural pH-balanced natural pet care solutions. Our dog shampoo is ultra gentle and formulated specifically for sensitive dogs and will not lead to skin irritations.

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Instruction

Normal Wash:

Dilute 1 part dog shampoo to 10 parts water in a bottle. We coat thoroughly. Apply the diluted shampoo on your dog's body. Gently massage deep into the coat and skin. Rinse thoroughly.

Spa:

Dilute the dog shampoo with warm water (about 1 part shampoo: 50 parts warm water). Place your dog into the tub and apply the diluted shampoo all over the body with a small cup. Give your dog a nice massage. Repeat this step 3 to 4 times or more. Let your dog relax and soak in the spa for 5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly.

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Instruction

Shake the bottle of shampoo for dog before use. Spray directly into dog skin which itches or has an infection. Use daily, repeat as needed until symptoms reduce. Avoid eye area.

Good for:

Minor skin infection and inflammation. For severe and emergency conditions, seek medical assistance immediately.

Ingredient List of Coco & Joe BATH Shampoo & Spray

antibacterial

Pure Essential Shampoo For Sensitive Skin - Bacterial & Fungus Control

Olive Oil, Sunflower Oil, Jojoba Oil, Glycerin, Citric Acid, Tocopherol. Distilled Water, Pure Essential Oil of Niaouli (Melaleuca quinquenervia), Eucalyptus Radiata (Eucalyptus radiata), Cederwaood Atlas (Cedrus atlantica). 

pure water

Pure Essential Shampoo for Tick & Fleas

Olive Oil, Sunflower Oil, Jojoba Oil, Glycerin, Citric Acid, Tocopherol. Distilled Water, Pure Essential Oil of Myrhh (Commiphora myrrhal), Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens), Cederwaood Atlas (Cedrus atlantica).

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Itch Relief Spray

Aqua, True Lavender Hydrolate (Lavendula angustifolia), Thyme Linalool Hydrolate (Thymus vulgaris), Aloe Gel, Pure Essential Oils of Lavender (Lavendula angustifolia), Carrot Seed (Daucus carota), Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens).

Dog Hygiene Tips to Fight Odors

  1. Regularly bathe your canine
  2. Brush your dog 2 to 5 times weekly to help distribute natural oil, limit shedding, and discard dead fur. 
  3. Give your pup a quick dry bath by patting its fur with cornstarch. 
  4. Feed high quality dog food to stay healthy and smell better. Improved digestion reduces gas and helps maintain clean teeth and gums.
  5. Change and wash the bedding often to prevent bad smells.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Coco & Joe BATH Dog Shampoo

Coco & Joe BATH Pure Essential Oil Shampoo is an extremely versatile cleanser containing natural vegetable oils (sunflower oil, jojoba oil, olive oil) and plant ingredients extracted from the saponification process. It does not contain any animal fats and other synthetic ingredients. 

The shampoo is non-toxic and biodegradable, thus environment-friendly.  Our shampoo is further enhanced by various essential oil blends addressing various common needs of dogs specially produced by our professional aromatherapist.

Since Malaysia is a hot and humid country, we encourage you to bathe your dog once every 1 to 2 weeks. For dogs with skin problems, you can do it more often if you use natural shampoo like ours. Rest assured, our shampoo has a gentle yet strong cleansing power without stripping off the moisture of the dog’s skin and coat, and it has potent therapeutic effects.

Coco & Joe BATH Pure Essential Oil Shampoo contains no harmful and toxic chemicals as well as no carcinogenic paraben or sulfates that potentially causes skin sensitivity.

Our shampoo and spray are best used within one year.  Store below 30°C and avoid direct sunlight. Our shampoos can be kept for 2 years from manufacturing date if unopened and kept in good condition.

Coco & Joe Shampoos are good for dogs with all skin types. They are especially helpful for dogs with skin problems. It effectively cleanses and nourishes the skin and coat, removing stain and dirt whilst preserving the natural oils and moisture of the skin. The glycerine that naturally exists provides a further moisturizing effect to the skin and coat.

Pump head bottle allows permeation of air that can affect the shelf life of the shampoo.

Often, people have the perception that something must contain a lot of bubbles for it to clean effectively. According to Professor Dagastine from the University of Melbourne’s School of Engineering, shampoo does not have to make bubbles in order to clean hair. 

Sulphates and Phosphates are chemicals that cause shampoos to lather. These chemicals are oftentimes used to create the feel of having a deeper, sudsier and more satisfying cleanse. 

However, over washing with these soapy ingredients can induce dryness and frizziness. They’re a stronger cleanser and can strip natural oils from your pets’ skin and may cause sensitivity and irritation.

The answer is no because dog skin has a higher pH (less acidic) than human skin. Dogs cannot tolerate the harsh chemicals found in most human shampoos. 

The acid mantle, which is a thin layer on the skin, protects the uppermost layer of skin from contaminants. It also absorbs water and reduces evaporation, ensuring the body stays hydrated.  

By using a human shampoo on dogs, you are disrupting the acid mantle, making your dog vulnerable to viruses, bacteria, and parasites. Furthermore, it causes their skin to become dry and flaky, resulting in repeated scratching and abrasions, making it easy for the invasion of bacteria.