Natural Mud Bath Product for Dogs, 10 oz pouches. Why Choose Mud For Bathing Your Best Furry Friend? Underneath all that fur is thin, delicate skin and your dogs first line of defense. Your dog’s epidermal, stratum corneum layer serves as the primary protective wrap. Many canine dermatitis disorders arise when your dog’s skin protective barrier does not function properly. Nutrients & Lipids are essential for healthy barrier-protection in the epidermis-stratum corneum layer. The stratum corneum forms the major protective barrier between the body and the environment, including allergy causing agents. Studies reveal regardless of the dermatitis condition, the common denominator behind all the skin conditions is dry skin! Dry skin is exposed and vulnerable to absorbing environmental invasions, pollutants, bacteria, yeasts, and allergy-causing agents. Epidermal disorders and poor barrier function is associated with dry skin. A dog’s epidermal, stratum corneum layer is thin, thinner than yours or mine. Humans have between 10-15 layers in the stratum corneum and a canine about 5. In addition to thin skin, a dog’s pH is more alkaline, making their skin not only delicate but susceptible to absorbing undesirables. Inspired by animal instinct to detox & heal and formulated by a Natural and Organic Chemist with a background in Immunology, Madra Mór Muds nourish and hydrate the skin. Restoring nutrients and strengthening your dogs first line of defense! Healthy Skin Equals a Beautiful Coat! Our goal was to make a product that cleansed, protected, and rejuvenated our canine companions thin, delicate skin! What we created is nature’s way to clean and treat with "Mother Nature’s" finest, time-tested ingredients.
- Natural Mud Bath Product for Dogs, 10 oz pouches.
- Shed Safely Mud, this is a deep cleaning, sweet smelling mud bath, that flows with hydrating omega oils with B vitamins to help prevent excessive shedding.
- Quench in hydration as often as needed, ideal for thick coats!
- Shed Safely Mud Bath
- Mud Naturally Relieves Different Hot Spots in Dogs