Project Sudz Waterless Shampoo


Project Sudz Waterless Shampoo-Lavender and Clary Sage

Lavender Sage Waterless Bath Concentrate for DOGS and CATS.

4 fl oz of Concentrate makes 12 fl oz of Waterless Bath Spray

Using our Apple Cider soap base, combined with Witch Hazel removes odors and leaves your pet's coat soft and clean. Scented with essential oils to keep our pet free of chemicals. Fill our reusable spray bottle (or any 12 oz spray bottle) with our waterless bath and 8 oz of filtered water.

Great for winter times, post-surgery, or when we just don't have time for a full bath. Lavender essential oil aromatherapy helps to calm dog's anxiety around grooming time. 

Scent: Herbal Floral 

Directions: Fill any 12 oz or larger spray bottle with our concentrate and add 8 oz of water.

Ingredients:  Witch Hazel, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Coconut oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Organic Castor Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Benzyl Alcohol, Clary Sage Essential Oil, Polysorbate 20,  Ethylhexylglycerin

Safe for dogs and cats. 

Why Apple Cider Vinegar

Because it’s amazing! It really is. It has a multitude of benefits, but for now let’s just discuss the topical applications. The main reason we at Project Sudz love and use apple cider vinegar (ACV) in our shampoos is to help itchy pets. ACV has natural anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties, which help relieve "hot spots" and fungal infections. We use organic unfiltered ACV combined with a vinegar "mother," a substance which helps harness the beneficial and healthy bacteria. I know you may be thinking, "Bacteria?! Gross, that sounds like something I don't want on my skin?" Well, our skin and our pet's skin (and gut) are filled with bacteria, a microbiome or normal flora. It's like a community of good bacteria that works together to keep us safe and healthy. ACV helps us keep the good bacteria and prevent the bad bacteria, thereby decreasing itchiness and infections.

Ok, so you’ve heard why we love ACV for our itchy pets; now, what about our stinky ones? There is an old wives tale that when dogs get "skunked," you should use tomato juice to remove the smell. Where did that tale come from? To remove odors, the last thing that comes to mind is tomatoes. So why would one use them, and why should they work? After asking myself these questions, I decided to do some research. As it turns out, it’s actually the vinegar in the tomato juice that’s doing the work! Again, we come to the importance of ACV in our products and shampoos. Still looking for another reason to love it? ACV also softens the water and helps our soaps lather. Hard water will leave hair brittle and dry, and sometimes also leave a film. ACV breaks down hard water minerals leaving your pet clean and soft. Hence, we've removed the itch and now made our pet smell nice and feel soft, but these are just some of the great benefits of ACV. 

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