Coat Therapy Leave-In Conditioner for Dogs
Frayed ends and a coat that has difficulty growing are signs of serious damage. Deliver the right kinds of ingredients designed to repair an overworked coat without weighing it down by using Show Premium's Coat Therapy. This leave-in conditioner is formulated for dogs with frizz and flyaways, dry coats, split ends and dull hair. It combines a variety of beneficial ingredients including Pro Vitamin B5 and smoothing proteins to repair tired coats and grow hair by sealing the cuticle to minimize breakage.
After years of showing dogs ourselves and continually being disappointed in the results of other hair care products, we began the long and rewarding process of creating our own line of grooming essentials. Through our careful research, we found which ingredients offered long-term results and which were harmful over time. Whether you're showing, you're a breeder or you're one of our many clients who simply value proper hair care, you'll be delighted to know that we never use parabens or sodium chloride, and that are products offer thermal protection for blow drying and straightening.
Conditioner for Hair Banding & Wrapping
This leave-in conditioner is an excellent product for hair wrapping before a show. Wrap your dog's hair in order to provide additional protection for long coats and to help encourage proper growth.
Before hair wrapping, wash and dry the coat, providing a thorough brushing with a pin brush.
Use Coat Therapy Leave-In to prevent tangles and hair breaks, taking care to attend to small individual sections while brushing all the way to the skin.
* Can be used on dry hair to smooth away frizz and flyaways
* Use after bathing to create elasticity and healthy, flowing coats
* Leave in full strength on face hair with or without bands and wraps
* Dilute in warm water and pour over coats to add protection during coat maintenance baths
* Proceed as above for show baths to add extra weight and shine to damaged coats creating a visually healthy and vibrant coat
* Use in minimal amounts, full strength, with a flat iron to condition and straighten damaged coats (especially split ends) on show day to create a visually healthy, flowing and conditioned texture