Product Highlight: Hot Remo Treatment
Published on: February 21, 2018
Is your dog’s coat looking dull and lackluster? Is the winter air drying out your pet’s skin? Give your pet a boost with a Hot Remo Treatment available at Wag N’ Wash! As an add-on feature in the self wash or grooming, a Hot Remo Treatment can add the extra moisture your pup needs.
About Remo Re-Moisturizing Conditioner
Wag N’ Wash’s Remo Re-Moisturizing Conditioner gently hydrates dry brittle coats. Aloe vera infuses deep moisture into the skin and coat. It detangles while repairing damaged hair from root to shaft with a fresh and clean fragrance. It will leave your companion’s coat luxurious, healthy and shiny. This product is handcrafted in small batches for the highest quality in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. As with all of our shampoos and conditioners, it’s pH balanced for cats and dogs, biodegradable and cruelty free!
How Our Deep Conditioner Works
The star of our Re-Moisturizer is the aloe vera. Aloe soothes the skin very quickly and reduces irritation. It also nourishes the dog’s coat and helps it shine! We heat up our Re-Moisturizer before you use it to ensure it penetrates deep into the hair shaft and keeps your pet’s coat softer, for longer. Harsh sun, dry winter air and dirt and debris can all take a toll on fur. Not only does regular deep conditioning help fix damaged hair, but it can also provide a preventative measure from future damage. As an added bonus, this deep conditioner works great with our Furbuster Wash to really get loose fur out of your pet’s coat!
When to use a Hot Remo Treatment
The Remo Re-Moisturizing Conditioner is gentle enough to be used regularly, or as needed. If your pet only has dull, lackluster skin and coat issues occasionally or seasonally, then you may only need to use a deep conditioner during these problem times. However, if your pet has chronic dry, itchy skin or allergies that affect them for long periods, consider making a Hot Remo Treatment part of your regular routine. Most often, breeds prone to skin problems include Chinese Shar-Peis, American Bulldogs, English Bulldogs, Pit Bull Terriers, Spaniels, Standard Poodles, Doberman Pinschers and Labrador Retrievers. If your dog spends most time indoors and doesn’t get particularly dirty, you can bathe them every 4 – 6 weeks. If your dogs does a lot of outdoor activities, you may want to increase that frequency.
Remo Re-Moisturizing Conditioner can be found as an add-on feature in the self-wash and grooming areas of most locations. Stop by your local Wag N’ Wash for more info on this or any of other shampoos and conditioners.