Because we’re animal lovers, we wanted to provide an insect repellant so good that you could use it on yourself as well as your pet. Precious Paws™ 100% Natural Insect Repellent Lotion uses the same ingredients as our human products. We test our pet products on ourselves before we test them on our pets.
Our Precious Paws™ Insect Repellent Lotion is provided in a four-ounce recyclable pump spray bottle. It is best applied to skin and rubbed in. It’s 100% natural and safe for all animals and humans! It can be rubbed in the ears for protection against all types of bugs.
We have a client whose horse loves it so much he comes running when she shows up with the bottle. We hope you love it as much as her horse does.
Dog, cat, and horse owners love our pet products because we only use the best ingredients. We do several free dog washes a year and love to hear feedback from our customers and their pets. Our two cats, Charlie and Satini, are part of our family, and we hope you feel the same way about your pet. Unconditional love is great, isn’t it?
Soybean oil is used as the carrier because of its soothing and nourishing properties for the skin.
Castor oil is used for its ability to fight off infection by inhibiting the growth of bacteria and fungi. The oil is believed to have great anti-viral properties. It is an excellent anti-oxidant and contains many compounds which help to fight the effects of aging.
Lemongrass oil is an anti-microbial and anti-bacterial herb. This means it will help limit bacterial or microbial growth on the skin. Lemongrass oil is also fungicidal, which means it helps cure fungus infections on the skin.
Citronella oil has long been considered the natural and safe alternative to DEET, a controversial ingredient in most insect repellents.
Rosemary essential oil has anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties. Topical application of the essential oil, or regular massage with the oil helps in toning your pet’s skin and removing dryness. It can also give your pet’s skin a healthy, even glow when regularly applied.
Vitamin E is one of the most powerful antioxidants, but your pet’s body can’t produce it, which means you have to make sure your pet is getting enough of this valuable nutrient in their diet or through absorption through their skin.