Pet Health: Make Natural Hair Rinses


| 5/14/2010 5:01:30 PM


Tags: Dawn Robnett, Pet Health, Dogs, Cats, Body Care, Hair Rinse,

Dawn RobnettDawn is the owner of Seattle Hill Soap Company and formulates natural and safe soaps and skin care items that are enhanced by herbs, botanicals, or clays. You can find Seattle Hill Soap Company at www.seattlehillsoaps.com.

In my last post I wrote about how to naturally bathe your pet. Now I would like to talk with you about natural pet skin and hair conditioning rinses that anyone can make quickly and easily at home. 

After thoroughly rinsing the shampoo from your pet you may want to use one of the following homemade herbal rinses. These should be made slightly ahead of time so they have time to cool.  If you have a larger than average pet, double or triple the recipe to suit your pet’s size. 

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Rosemary Rinse

Rosemary tea is an excellent conditioner that promotes a shiny coat and helps repel fleas. This recipe is also suitable for cats.

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