NEW: Healing Paw Balm for Dogs from WildWash

natural healing paw balm for dogs by wildwash

Healing Paw Balm for dry dogs from WildWash

Is it just us, or are grooming products for pets becoming SO amazing, that you’re tempted to try them on yourself? You’d definitely be forgiven for dabbing on a bit of this beautiful new Healing Paw Balm from WildWash – it’s a must-have for all dogs.

Formulated from all natural human-grade ingredients, including Sweet Almond Oil, Kanuka and Frankincense, it works wonders on dry, chapped and cracked paws, as well as on noses, nails or any other dry patches that are in need of a bit of moisture.

Great for treating every day wear and tear, this super moisturising balm for dogs also protects against weather extremities like hot pavements, ice and grit. Don’t worry if your dog likes to lick, it’s completely safe.

The sweet almond oil is rich in vitamin E, which is is easily absorbed into skin and paws, giving relief from irritation and inflammation. Frankincense is a well known as skin tonic that helps with healing sores, wounds and scars and skin inflammation, and Kanuka was originally used by the Maori people of New Zealand to treat skin diseases; it eases pain and relieves swelling whilst being anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory. This amazing oil will help fight infection, healing and protecting your pets’ paws and keeping them in tip top condition whatever the weather.

Healing Paw Balm from WildWash is £12.95 for a 60ml jar at 

Sara is the Founder & Editor of StyleTails. A writer, design-lover and long-time animal-hugger, Sara launched StyleTails in 2012 to inspire people live a more beautiful life with their four-legged friends. Along with her canine sidekick George, a rescue Yorkie with a big attitude, Sara regularly commentates on luxury pet product and lifestyle trends and has been featured in Elle Decoration, BBC Radio, and is also an expert contributor to WGSN, the leading design trend forecaster.

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