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Dermal Relief Topical Spray

Evening Primrose, Marula, Karanja, Neem and Manuka Honey

Fragrance-Free

Naturally effective, luxurious plant-based blend rich in vitamins, antioxidants and New Zealand botanicals.

$28.99
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Relief. Protect. Heal.

100% Natural dermal spray specifically formulated using only the finest quality plant-based ingredients to assist in the relief of itchy, flaky, sore, red, irritated or inflamed skins.

Expertly crafted with the brilliance of Evening Primrose it reduces inflammation, atopic and allergic conditions and famous Marula Oil treats, heals and prevents a variety of skin disorders. Combining with superb Hemp, a nutritional powerhouse, it nourishes, hydrates and strengthens the skin to resist infection and reduce skin issues. Blended with Sunflower rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to calm, soothe, replenish and maintain oil balance.

Harnessing the proven power of New Zealand’s ‘liquid gold,’ Manuka Honey combining with New Zealand native botanicals Kawakawa and Poroporo for their impressive antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties to heal, repair, protect and renew dogs’ skin.

Infused with Neem and Karanja Oils as a natural flea and insect control, keeping insects off your dog safely and naturally. It is great to spray-on before bush walks and hikes too, as well as on your dog’s bedding.

It prevents further itching and licking to help heal the dermis. With added vitamin C for antihistamine benefits.

A powerful medicinal blend expertly crafted and explicitly-designed to assist in the relief and prevention of fleabites, hot spots, grass allergies, pollen, scratches and raw or irritated skin to soothe, calm, repair, protect and heal.

Fragrance-free for a natural, gentle, pure botanical scent.

100% of total ingredients are of natural origin

Proudly crafted and made in New Zealand.

Works Well With: smith&burton Dermal Relief 2-in-1 Conditioning Shampoo and smith&burton Heal & Protect Soothe Balm

FRAGRANCE

Fragrance-free for a natural, gentle, pure botanical scent.  Does not contain any essential oils or fragrance. Consciously designed for dogs with ultra-sensitivities, allergies or skin problems.

NATURE’S POWER INGREDIENTS

Evening Primrose Oil, Karanja Oil, Marula Oil, Neem Oil, Manuka Water, New Zealand Manuka Honey, Poroporo Extract, Kawakawa Extract, Hemp Seed Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil.

Learn more about the benefits of these power ingredients for dog’s skin and coat by visiting our Ingredients Glossary.

FREE OF

What we leave out is every bit as important as what we put in and that is what makes us special.

smith&burton products are free of:

Parabens, Cocamide DEA, SLS/SLES/SLES, Phthalates, Phosphates, PEGs, PPGs, EDTA, DPEG, Silicone, Petro-Chemicals, Artificial Colours, Synthetic Dyes, Mineral Oils and Fragrance

TO USE

Shake well. Spray liberally onto areas of itching or irritation. For best results part the hair and apply directly onto the skin. Can mist over the entire coat and brush through. Allow to dry naturally. Apply as often as required up to 3-4 times a day.

*Can be used as often as needed
** Can be used on and around dog’s bedding.
TOTAL INGREDIENTS

Aqua (Water); Glycerin; Leptospermum Scoparium Branch/Flower/Leaf Water; Benzyl Alcohol; Mel; Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate; Xanthan Gum; Caprylhydroxamic Acid; Solanum Aviculare Fruit Extract; Citric Acid; Macropiper Excelsum Leaf Extract; Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil; Oenothera Biennis (Evening Primrose) Oil; Azadirachta Indica Seed Oil; Sclerocarya Birrea Seed Oil; Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil; Pongamia Glabra Seed Oil; Dehydroacetic Acid.

100% of total ingredients are of natural origin

Find out more about any of the ingredients listed here by visiting our Ingredients Glossary.

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Lovely natural and great for a freshen up!
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Topical Spray

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