Ingredients

Lavender ingredient paw balms for pets

 

We choose the safest, socially responsible, and environmentally responsible ingredients to include in our balms. All ingredients are tested safe for pets, edible, and 100% natural. We avoid harsh ingredients so your pet's paws can be gently treated with the best paw balms on the market.

 

Carrot Seed Oil

What it is

An anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, antioxidant rich, gastro-protective, and anti-inflammatory essential oil that is dog safe.

Why we use it

Carrot Seed oil is good for dry and flaky skin, stimulates blood circulation, and promotes tissue regeneration in pets. It's also one of the more gentle anti-inflammatories. Sources: 1, 2, 3

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Coconut Oil

What it is

A natural fatty acid that is rich in antioxidants and high in anti-microbial properties that provides intense moisture.

Why we use it

Coconut oil is a natural medium-chain fatty acid that helps deposit anti-microbial properties into the paw. It also relieves dry and flaky skin by helping to build up the natural moisture barrier on your dog's paws. Coconut oil also increases energy levels, improves skin and coat, improves digestion, and reduces allergic reactions.  Sources: 12, 3, 4

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Mend, Nourish

 

Frankincense Oil

What it is

An anti-inflammatory and anti-pain essential oil that also actively combats cancer cells, tumours, and other serious injuries.

Why we use it

We use Frankincense in our Mend balm due to it's incredible healing properties. It's known to reduce inflammation, pain, and ease gastrointestinal discomfort. Studies also show that Frankincense reduces the size of existing tumours, kills cancer cells, reduces small intestine injury, and improves the immune system overall. Furthermore it acts as an anti-depressant and increases brain blood flow. Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4

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Mend

 

Helichrysum Oil

What it is

An analgesic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial dog-safe essential oil with excellent skin rejuvenation and healing properties.

Why we use it

Helichrysum helps rejuvenate pet's skin and is known to decrease pain and bleeding in minor wounds. It's also used to boost heart health and supports a healthy nervous system. Helichrysum is also known to help treat skin conditions like eczema, scarring, or hot spots. Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4

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Mend, Rejuvenate

 

Jojoba Oil

What it is

A moisturizing and antioxidant rich carrier oil with natural Vitamin E.

Why we use it

Jojoba Oil is used in our balms to ensure deep hydration and moisturization, perfect for skin conditions like eczema or general dryness. It's known as a natural fungicide that relieves flakiness and itchiness and closes wounds from canine hot spots or dryness. Natural antioxidants also promote healthy and smooth skin. Sources: 1, 2

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Lavender Oil

What it is

An essential oil safe for dogs that's known for it's calming and soothing properties.

Why we use it

We use Lavender Oil to relieve itchy skin, reduce anxiety through aromatherapy, and reduce inflammation. It's also known to be a natural bug repellant for pets as well as soothe light burns, joint pain, and relieve motion sickness. Sources: 1, 2, 34, 5, 6

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Myrrh Oil

What it is

A natural antiseptic and astringent that has anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and anti-viral properties.

Why we use it

Myrrh has healing and cleansing properties that make it perfect for our Mend balm. It's anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and anti-viral properties ensure that wounds and treated areas can heal free from infection. Furthermore its cleansing properties help reduce skin irritation during healing and reduce patchiness. Sources: 1, 2, 3

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Mend, Rejuvenate

 

Rose Hip Seed Oil

What it is

A moisturizing essential oil with high concentrations of Vitamin A, Vitamin B, and Vitamin C.

Why we use it

We use Rose Hip Seed Oil to deeply moisturize and hydrate pet skin. It's high concentration of Vitamin A, Vitamin B and Vitamin C makes it a great antioxidant for pets. Furthermore, Rose Hip Seed Oil deposits essential fatty acids into the skin leaving paws feeling soft and healed. It has rich nutrients that regenerate damaged skin, reduce scar tissue, and help heal wounds, burns, and eczema. Sources: 1, 2

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Sea Buckthorn Oil

What it is

Sea buckthorn is a natural plant that is packed with Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, D, E and K, that also has essential fatty acids like stearic acid, omega-7, omega-6, omega-9, and omega-3.

Why we use it

Sea buckthorn oil is packed with antioxidants, omega-7, and relieving ingredients. It's used in our balms to help relieve sensitive skin against common fungi associated with skin dermatitis, and provide antibacterial, anti-inflammation, and anti-itch support for irritated skin. Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4

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Rejuvenate

 

Shea Butter

What it is

An antioxidant rich butter derived from the shea tree that's also high in omega-9 and omega-6

Why we use it

We use shea butter to help deposit moisture and necessary antioxidants into your pet's paws. It also is used to soothe irritated, dry, or cracked skin. Shea butter also enhances cell regeneration, capillary circulation, and protects against climate and UV aggression. Sources: 1, 2, 3

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Mend, Nourish

 

Sweet Almond Oil

What it is

Sweet almond oil is a fixed and fast-absorbing oil, which means it is a true oil that won't evaporate. It's rich in protein, vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6 and E), and minerals.

Why we use it

We use sweet almond oil to provide relief and moisture to a dogs skin. It's packed with antioxidants that help revitalize dry skin, and it's fast-absorbing properties ensures it deposits quickly even in dogs who like to lick immediately. Sweet almond oil is also a fixed and light oil which makes it perfect for even the most sensitive of skin. It's also recommended for skin conditions such as eczema, dryness, inflammation, muscle soreness and itching. It also heals light burns or hot spots. Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4

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Vitamin E

What it is

An essential nutrient that improves eyesight, prevents muscular atrophy, improves cardiovascular health, and improves the overall immune system of pets.

Why we use it

Vitamin E is an ingredient we use in all our products due to it's healing, prevention, and diverse properties. Vitamin E has been proven to improve the immune system, increase fertility, and improve eyesight. It's also used to prevent skin damage, treat eczema, and treat other skin irritations. Furthermore, studies show it's used to improve muscular function, cardiovascular health, and prevent heart disease in canines. Vitamin E is so great we even wrote an entire, well-researched blog post about it! You can check that out here: The Benefits of Vitamin E for Pets. Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

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Mend, Nourish, Rejuvenate