earthbath® Rolls Out New Plant-Based Grooming Wipes

earthbath® Rolls Out New Plant-Based Grooming Wipes

earthbath® Rolls Out New Plant-Based Grooming Wipes for Dogs, Puppies, Cats and Kittens

San Francisco, CA - (May 1, 2021) earthbath grooming products, a trusted and recommended brand by top veterinarians, groomers and other pet professionals for over 25 years, has embarked on a campaign for new, innovative technology and packaging in the category.

earthbath, led by President and CEO Paul Armstrong, has been a member of the Pet Sustainability Coalition (PSC) since 2015. PSC values inclusive collaboration with manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, brands and retailers that leverages existing sustainability knowledge and experience as well as innovating solutions for sustainability issues facing the pet industry.

As part of our commitment to pets, people & the planet, earthbath is phasing out its current grooming wipes and launching a new line of plant-based, FSC*-certified grooming wipes that are Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-GMO and Cruelty Free. As with all earthbath products, our proprietary formulas have NO parabens, sulfates, alcohol, or dyes.

The new plant-based grooming wipes are perfect for dogs and cats, including puppies and kittens over six weeks old, and safe for daily use. They are packaged in a resealable soft pouch that uses 79% less plastic than the previous hard-tubs. earthbath’s plant-based grooming wipes are available in pet stores nationwide in 100 count and 30 count resealable pouches.

Product Highlights:

Pet Care with Purpose® earthbath products are designed for the health of our beloved pets, people & the planet. We believe the ingredients that touch your pet’s coat and skin should be as naturally effective, non-toxic, and gentle as possible. That’s why our products are blended with the finest ingredients, such as renewable plant-derived cleansers, essential oils, sumptuous extracts & fragrances, for a better bath every time.

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