Posted by on 5. May 2024

Soaps are the most original form of cleansing


They have only been demonized for a few decades because of their allegedly unhealthy pH value. They damage the skin’s protective acid mantle. Allegedly.

There is no doubt that we should wash our animals as rarely as possible with soaps or detergents. But no one washes their pet for no reason. In most cases, skin infections are a problem that you want to tackle with washing or creams.
In other words, bacteria or fungi that thrive in the existing acidic environment of the skin and damage the skin.
So it is only logical that temporarily changing the skin’s enviroment hepls to remove harmful fungi or bacteria and gives the natural skin flora the opportunity to regenerate.
That`s what soaps for animals are ideal for.
Soaps, own production

Eczema soap and marigold soap

In addition, soaps are inherently antiallergenic.
In combination with the natural active ingredients we use, they help the skin to regenerate itself.

Precautions when using soaps for animals

Soaps for animals are not suitable for use in or on the eyes. If some soap gets into your animal’s eye, please rinse with plenty of water.
Soaps are not edible, so store them so that your pet cannot access the soap for animals unattended.
Please always lather soap on a sponge or cloth first, as eczema soap in particular can cause brown discoloration if used directly on your animal’s fur. This is certainly not a problem on dark horses and dogs, but it doesn’t always look pretty on white animals.
Soaps are not suitable for daily use on your animal unless prescribed by a qualified veterinarian for treatment. The skin’s natural bacterial flora needs time to regenerate.
Attached you will find the legally required data sheets for the soaps.
Eczema soap for animals
Oak bark soap for animals< /a>
Marigold soap for animals< /a>
Lavender honey Soap for animals