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Precautions: DO NOT USE ON CATS (SOME MAY BE ALLERGIC). Avoid eye contact. Immediately and thoroughly flush with clean water if eye contact occurs. Shampoo is solely intended to cleanse coat and skin. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed (by humans), consult a physician. If any irritation develops, stop use and contact your veterinarian. As this product contains naturally derived ingredients, changes in color may occur. For pets with sensitivities: we recommend consulting with your veterinarian before using a new product.
Organic Aloe VeraAn extract of the aloe vera plant. Contains prostaglandins, which may reduce inflammation, promote healing and alleviate allergic reactions.
Customer Reviews & Questions
I don't believe this is the same product as the Orange Peel Oil. I wash my dog at the pet food store, where they provide the shampoo, and the switch seems to have happened without any notification. The staff was led to believe it was the same product, but it is not. I could tell the difference right away as it smelled like MUCH stronger solvents in this shampoo than in the old Orange Peel Oil shampoo. My suspicion is reinforced by the label, which now emphasizes the product's degreasing capabilities. The ingredients list is also different, now including "plant and coconut-based cleansers" whereas the old was only coconut-based cleansers. Don't be fooled. Only very misinformed people think that "plant based" or "100% natural" equals safe. Turpentine, and many other essential oils are natural cleansers and are anything but safe. Too bad, I loved the old product.
Hi. I did order a gallon of 3.8 l orange peel shampoo. I live in Ireland and I did order from my supplier. When shampoo came I noticed that protection seal which should be on bottle is missing and that shampoo is not filled until top of the gallon. Only reachs the neck of gallon. Looks like the gallon is not full enough. I contacted with my supplier and he said that shampoo gallons from Earthbath are like that. Is that true ?
For many years from the 1970s I used a fantastic orange oil shampoo for my hair, only available through health food stores, which sadly became defunct in the early '90s. I could never find anything else as good. Despite searching online over a period of years in the hope of finding another orange peel one there was nothing - until I found your site last year. I saw in the FAQs that it's fine for humans so bought a bottle. Wowser! Am I a very happy woman? Oh yes! It seemed expensive but I'm amazed how little needs to be used (despite my having very long hair which I wash 2-3 times a week) and how long the bottle's lasted - it's so economical. I've now recommended it to some friends of mine who are delighted to know it's vegan friendly. Please don't ever stop making this wonderful shampoo!
Dlimonene is a federal hazardous chemical and cannot go into runoff or into environment waterways. Dlimonene is also a regulated pesticide so be careful. Small dogs have had severe reactions.
D-limonene is found in the peels of citrus fruits. It is safe and has many wonderful properties when used properly, including in some medicines and foods. It is also known as an effective, natural deodorizer, degreaser, and fur stain remover, which is why we use it in this shampoo. We do not recommend it for use with cats, but it can be safely used by small dogs. If you have any concerns about which products are appropriate for your dog, please be sure to ask your veterinarian.
I posted a comment a while back about this product. I would like to update it. I still love this product. We got a pint size and it has lasted us a year. He has no fleas at all. I actually fund dead fleas in my sink (ew!), but Oscar still is happy with the product, and I am as well! It helps his skin, and doesn't irritate mine. I love it!