Prebiotic Pet Balm
Daily-use prebiotic paw and nose balm with mānuka honey. Provides instant relief and ongoing protection. Soothes, heals, protects.
About This Product
Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Oil, Beeswax, Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax, Aqua, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Glycerin, Lecithin, Inulin, Honey (Manuka) Extract, Fructose, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Wax, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Caprylhydroxamic Acid, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Glyceryl Caprylate.
Apply to paws and nose as needed for instant relief and ongoing protection.
Soothing, healing and protecting paws and noses.
Prebiotics support and feed the good bacteria that serve as a natural defense against the environmental damage and inflammation commonly associated with itching, dryness, infection and odor. When applied to the skin, probiotics support the good bacteria that naturally calm inflammation and prevent bad bacteria from taking over.
- CCarlaVerified ReviewerRated 5 stars2 weeks agoAmazing
I’ve just started using this on my frenchies wrinkles 3 days ago and all the inflammation and gunk is GONE. This stuff is awesome. I have nine dogs at home and everyone already lines up to get it put on their noses. They love it.Pet Dog, Cat, OtherPet's Coat Type Short, Medium, LongPet's Skin Type Sensitive, Hot Spots, Itchy, Stinky, Yeasty
- LJLori J.Verified BuyerRated 5 stars1 month agoGood!
Been using this paw balm and my goldens love it and moisturizes the pads of their feet really well. When it gets dry and cold out the pads get cracked and rough. Love this balmPet DogPet's Coat Type LongPet's Skin Type Itchy, Yeasty, Sensitive
- TATamara A.Verified BuyerRated 5 stars1 month agoPet Balm
This balm is great in bitter cold weather.Dogs feet got so cold walking in snow,but this helps pads on their feet.Pet DogPet's Coat Type LongPet's Skin Type Healthy
- RRachelVerified BuyerRated 3 stars1 month agoCan't get any out of container
First let me say, what little I have managed to use I do think helps my dog's paws. The problem is that I can't get it out, this is a very solid waxy substance and no matter how much i rub my fingers on it I don't feel like I'm getting anything on them. I have settled for sticking my dog's paw in the container and hoping he gets something on his pads but I don't think that's accomplishing a whole lot either and certainly isnt getting the coverage I want. I saw in response to another review that they are updating the formula to address this so I look forward to that.Pet DogPet's Coat Type Curly/WavyPet's Skin Type SensitiveSHSkout's Honor1 month ago
Thank you for your feedback! Our Prebiotic Pet Balm does have a harder consistency at first and this is to ensure that the balm doesn't melt during transit. We recommend first breaking the surface of the balm by applying pressure with your thumbs. Once you break the surface, rub a small amount of balm between your fingers (a little bit goes a long way), before applying it to the desired area. We have since updated our formula so keep an eye out. Let us know if you still have trouble and we're happy to help.
- MGMelissa G.Verified BuyerRated 3 stars3 months agoPet Balm for animals
VERY hard to get it to soften up. I put the container between a heating pad to try to get it to soften and it didn’t do much unfortunately. I’ll have to cut a chunk off and try to soften it.Pet DogPet's Coat Type Long, Curly/WavyPet's Skin Type HealthySHSkout's Honor3 months ago
Thank you for your feedback! Our Prebiotic Pet Balm does initially have a harder consistency and this is to ensure that the balm doesn't melt during transit. We recommend first breaking the surface of the balm by applying pressure with your thumbs. Then rub a small amount of balm between your fingers before applying it to the desired area. We have since updated our formula so keep an eye out.