Natural Shampoo - Sensitive Skin


100% natural dog shampoo for sensitive skin

Our 100% natural dog shampoo is specially formulated for sensitive skin, making it ideal for all skin and coat types, including puppies and dogs with skin conditions. This gentle shampoo cleanses deeply and foams easily, featuring aloe vera and chamomile to soothe and hydrate dry, itchy, or irritated skin. It also acts as a natural flea and tick repellent and is safe for use on puppies, new mums, and pregnant bitches.

  • Perfect for Puppies: Safe for young dogs and sensitive skin.
  • Soothes and Hydrates: Ideal for treating dry, itchy skin, cuts, and sores.
  • pH Balanced: Ensures gentle care for your dog’s skin.
  • Free from Nasties: No parabens or SLS, making it safe and gentle.
  • Natural Flea & Tick Repellent: Keeps pests at bay while cleaning.

This sensitive skin dog shampoo provides soothing and hydrating care for dogs of all breeds and ages. It is veterinary recommended and crafted to avoid irritation, making it the best dog shampoo for sensitive skin. The built-in conditioner adds shine and health to your dog’s coat while protecting against fleas and ticks. Its easy lather ensures thorough cleaning without hassle.


Aqua, Mipa Laureth Sulfate, Decyl Glucoside, Cocamidoproply Betaine, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Glycerine, Anthemis Noblis Flower Water, Sodium Chloride, Olive Oil Gycereth-8 Esters, Phenoxyethanol, Ethlyhexylglycerine, Citric Acid. 


Wet your dog’s coat thoroughly. Apply the shampoo and work into a lather, avoiding contact with eyes and mouth. Rinse well with warm water.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q. Is this shampoo safe for all breeds and sizes?

A. This natural shampoo is safe for all breeds and ages, including those with sensitive skin.

Q. My dog has very sensitive skin. Would you recommend this shampoo?

A. Entirely free of all nasties, this natural shampoo bar is recommended for dogs with sensitive skin.

Q. Can I use this shampoo on my puppy?

A. Yes, our shampoo is safe and gentle for use on puppies.

Q. How often should you wash your dog?

A. The frequency of washing your dog depends on their coat length and type. Medium and long-coated dogs typically need a bath every 4 to 6 weeks. Dogs with short coats can be bathed less frequently, around once a month to every three months. Overwashing can strip natural oils, so avoid bathing too often. Consider your dog's lifestyle and activity level, and consult with your vet to tailor the best bathing schedule for your pet's needs. Regular grooming and brushing also help maintain their coat’s health between baths.

Q. Can you use human shampoo on dogs?

A. Human shampoo is not recommended for dogs because their skin has a different pH balance. Human shampoos can disrupt this balance, causing irritation and making dogs more susceptible to infections and parasites. Using a dog-specific shampoo to suit their unique skin needs is best.

Q. Do dogs get dandruff?

A. Yes, dogs can get dandruff, just like humans. Dandruff in dogs occurs when dead skin cells shed and accumulate on their fur. Various factors, including dry skin, allergies, or underlying health conditions, can cause this. The flakes of skin are often visible on their coat, and you might notice your dog scratching more than usual. Regular grooming and specialised shampoos for dogs can help manage and reduce dandruff. If dandruff persists, consulting a vet is recommended to identify and treat any underlying issues.