Burt’s Bees Care Plus+ Leave-In Conditioner
|Bottle size:||12 ounces|
The same care that has gone into Burt’s Bees products for people since 1984 goes into its products for pets. The Burt’s Bees Care Plus+ Avocado & Olive Oil Leave-In Conditioner takes out the stress of brushing your dog’s unruly coat. It detangles matted hair while nourishing the skin.
The conditioner contains no sulfates, colorants, or fragrances and uses natural ingredients that are pH balanced for dogs. Hair will be left shiny and soft. The biggest issue with this product is the scent. Dog owners don’t like it and say that it makes “wet dog smell” even worse. Also, if too much of the conditioner is used, it can leave a greasy texture on the coat. Pros
John Paul Pet Oatmeal Conditioning Spray
|Bottle size:||8 ounces|
John Paul Pet Oatmeal Conditioning Spray uses a botanical formula to soothe skin and condition coats. It’s made with 13 ingredients, including aloe, panthenol, and chamomile, that combat itchy, dry skin. It contains no parabens and is cruelty free. These products are made by John Paul Mitchell, which makes a line of hair care products for people. Its animal products are tested on humans before being pH balanced and deemed safe for pets.
The oatmeal in this spray nourishes the skin and keeps it moisturized. It also soothes irritated skin and makes long-haired coats easier to brush. This is a good option for dogs with sensitive skin and those that need help managing their coats. It leaves hair soft and shiny, with a light scent of almond.
The spray nozzle is difficult to work and sometimes sprays in a circle rather than a straight line. This could be a defect from the manufacturer, but it’s been noted by several dog owners. Pros
BarkLogic Calming Leave-In Conditioning — Best for Puppies
|Bottle size:||16 ounces|
The BarkLogic Calming Lavender Leave-In Conditioning Spray conditions and detangles your dog’s coat with a hypoallergenic, chemical-free formula. It’s safe for use on puppies of all ages.
This conditioner provides a soothing, therapeutic, lavender fragrance that can calm anxious dogs and puppies and relieve stress. It can be used on wet or dry hair. Simply spray it on, rub it in, and comb through the coat. It can be used after baths or in between baths to freshen and soften coats.
Since it has a calming effect, it can be sprayed on anxious dogs during thunderstorms or other stressful situations. It’s sulfate and paraben free.
Using too much of this conditioner can make your dog’s coat feel sticky. It’s best to use light, misting sprays and not saturate dry coats. Pros
Is leave in conditioner good for dogs?
What is a good skin conditioner for dogs?
- Earthbath Oatmeal and Aloe Conditioner. …
- Furminator deShedding Dog Conditioner. …
- Burt’s Bees for Dogs Oatmeal Conditioner. …
- Pet Head Furtastic Crème Rinse. …
- Ultra Oatmeal Moisturizing Conditioner for Dogs.
Can I use baby leave in conditioner on my dog?
- Isle of Dogs. Everyday Silky Coating Dog Conditioner. …
- Bobbi Panter Nourishing. Dog Conditioner. …
- Earthbath. Oatmeal and Aloe Conditioner. …
- Warren London. Hydrating Butter- Leave in Dog Conditioner.
- TropiClean. PerfectFur Long Haired Coat Shampoo. …
- Pet Head Furtastic Crè…
- Veterinary Formula Solutions.