Hydration vs. Moisturizing on Your Pet's Skin

Dog after taking a bath

Hydration and moisture are often used interchangeably. However, there is a difference that will unlock a deeper understanding of what your pet needs to continue looking shiny and healthy.

Hydration vs. Moisturizing

We know that our skin needs to stay hydrated and moisturized, but so do our furry friends. The most basic building blocks of skin cells in water content, which is why they need to stay hydrated just like us.

Keeping our skin moisturized helps it from becoming itchy and flakey. Our pup’s skin also needs to be moisturized. To help keep your pup’s skin moisturized, you should be using a shampoo that has natural oils in it to help nourish their skin.

Rehydrating Your Pet’s Skin

When your pup’s skin becomes dehydrated, they will start to get itchy skin, a dull, dry coat, and may even get “hot spots.” If this happens, you will have to begin rehydrating them. Hydration starts on the inside! Make sure they are getting enough water and add a little Salmon Oil to their food.

Salmon Oil for Dogs

Our Salmon Oil contains the essential Omega 3 fatty acids that will help your dog’s skin and fur feeling and looking great! Adding the salmon oil to their food will promote healthy skin by strengthening the cell membranes allowing them to stay moist and resistant to damage thanks to the fatty acids.

Moisturizing Your Pet’s Fur

Once you have started hydrating your dog’s skin to healthier hydration, you must help them hold in the hydration by keeping them moisturized. Our shampoo contains oatmeal, Aloe Vera, and Jojoba oil, which helps moisturize their skin and coats.

All-Natural Pet Shampoo

Our shampoo is made in the USA and contains all-natural ingredients without sulfates, parabens, or isothiazolinones! Parabens and Isothiazolinone are not good for you or your fur-baby, read our blog here. Oatmeal, Aloe Vera, Yucca, Chamomile, and Jojoba Oil all have anti-inflammatory properties and helps soothe your furry friend’s sensitive, irritated skin.

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