Leave It Be Salve 4 oz.
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Leave It Be helps your dog do just that. This soothing salve helps maintain healthy, smooth skin for the dog that can't stop scratching. It calms and dries skin irritation with 5 herbs and Tea Tree Essential Oils. This tough salve has staying power to form a protective, water resistant shield on the skin. Can be applied directly to soothe and protect irritated skin, and may help ease discomfort.
Chickweed, Chamomile, and Calendula Flower topically calm and cool the skin, support a normal inflammatory reaction and may help ease discomfort caused by temporary skin irritations. Comfrey provides topical emollient and astringent action to help maintain normal skin flora. Tea Tree Essential Oil calms and protects prickly skin for strong, healthy hair growth, and a happy horse.
Directions: Clean skin thoroughly. Apply directly to bug bites, face, ears, legs and underbellies as a soothing barrier for long-lasting protection. Use alone, or in conjunction with shampoo and spray. If using with the spray, spray entire area, allow to dry, then spread salve over area to provide extra topical skin cooling and form a protective barrier. Apply as often as needed.
Calendula helps ease discomfort caused by temporary skin irritation. This is the common Marigold, whose use dates back at least to the 15th century when the flowers were used topically on irritations of the skin.
Chamomile Flower supports normal inflammatory reaction. Chamomile is a common, creeping, flowering plant that has been in use since ancient Greeks and Egyptians.
Chickweed is used topically to soothe and cool temporary skin irritations. Chickweed is a ubiquitous wild flower found throughout the temperate regions of the globe.
Comfrey Leaf and Root is emollient and astringent, and helps maintain normal skin micro flora. The written history of Comfrey dates back to the ancient Greeks who thought it had already been in use for at least 2000 years.
Tea Tree Essential Oil helps soothe and dry temporary skin irritations. This Australian tree has a long history of use by the native Australian population, and was first described in writing in the 1700s as a potent antiseptic.