Paw Balm - Lemongrass
100% human grade natural ingredient paw balm, perfect for regular use.
How to Use:
With clean hands gently rub a small amount onto your pet’s clean paws. Our balms protect, repair & soothe.
Coconut Oil: With antifungal and antibacterial properties. Can reduce odour and the antibacterial properties will prevent bacteria from building.
Beeswax: Creates a protective seal on the applied area. Beeswax as an ingredient helps create a protective seal on the skin, keeping moisture and vitamins in while keeping many irritants out. Both anti-bacterial and anti-fungal it fights inflammation and swelling, keeping the stress on skin to a minimum.
Shea Butter: Soothes, softens, and hydrates skin. In addition, shea butter is a natural sun protectant and moisturiser.
Grapeseed Oil: Antioxidant properties & vitamins, which helps combat skin related issues.
Neem Oil: Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, neem oil relieves dry skin and soothes skin irritations and itching.
Vitamin E: Nourishes the skin and fur, giving a shiny, silky coat. This oil is known for its anti-inflammatory benefits as it soothes the sensitive skin underneath your pet’s coat.
Lemongrass Essential Oil: A great way to repel bugs and insects. Skin healing properties with antibacterial and antifungal properties.
None of our balms include any synthetic fragrances, sulphates or parabens, artificial colours or preservatives.
Weight and sizes are approximate as they are handmade, but they will never weigh less than the noted weight, you may get a few grammes for free!
Weight 30g or 60g.
The ingredients that we use are all natural and are suitable for your pet to use, however, should you or your pet have a reaction to a balm no matter how minor you should cease use immediately.
Some of our products may contain nut ingredients like sweet almond – always check the ingredients if you have any allergies.
This product is not intended to treat skin conditions but to help soothe and moisturise minor irritations. For open, weeping or persistent skin complaints always seek veterinary advice.