Omega Lavender shampoo
Lavender shampoo for pets with short coats who have easily irritated skins. Also perfect for our naked friends. Find you and your pet’s happy place with a little help from a lullaby of lavender loveliness.
- Eye-opening delivery of omega 3 & 6 fats straight into the skin enabling direct use
- Essential building block for healthy skin
- Anti-itching properties
- Skin soothing and nourishing properties
- Love the skin you’re in!
- Healthy skin = healthy coat
Omega Lavender shampoo has been specially formulated for naked pets and pets with a short coat, also known as one single layer of hair. We have found on average that these pets are more prone to allergies, skin irritation, itching, smelliness, hair loss and greasiness to name a few complaints by their owners. Lavender is known for its natural antiseptic properties and also for balancing and soothing qualities making it absolutely perfect for our short haired friends.
The research about omega’s healthy fatty acids for skin is fascinating; in fact, it inspired us to formulate this highly specialized Omega line to deliver these important ingredients—and their benefits—to all skin and coat types. Healthy skin = healthy coat.
Omega fatty acids truly are remarkable ingredients for skin. They serve as the essential building blocks of skin’s surface layers, creating a smoother, more even and healthier skin. And if the idea of putting fish oil on skin sounds a bit gross, don’t worry—we use plant-derived omega fatty acids. We do not use any animal protein at all in any of our products, that’s gross and unethical.
What our active ingredients do:
Lavender Butter: has all the natural properties found in essential lavender oil. Known for being calming, soothing and hydrating it cleanses and nourishes the skin and coat.
Piroctone Olamine: is a compound sometimes used in the treatment of fungal infections. It is often used in anti-dandruff shampoo as a replacement for other commonly used compounds. It is known for its anti malassezia properties and smell neutralising capabilities.
Capparis Spinosa (Caper): also called Flinders Rose is a perennial plant that bears rounded, fleshy leaves and large white to pinkish-white flowers. We use it as it’s known for its anti-inflammation, irritation and general anti-itchiness properties.
How to use:
Like any other shampoo you're used to. Squirt a generous amount into your hands and apply to your pet, rub it into the coat in the direction the coat lies. For really furry pets, this shampoo can also be diluted 1:4 with warm water. Rinse and repeat if desired.
Always combine your favourite Nogga shampoo with one of our balsams, we recommend Lavender balsam. (Fancy word for conditioner).
Avoid contact with eyes.