eSCENTials Aroma

Paw Protect Nose & Paw Butter

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Product Overview

~Created and hand-crafted by a Certified Aromatherapist with training in Animal Aromatherapy~
Made with only organic or wild-crafted ingredients!

Dog Safe and All Natural!!!
This paw butter is 100% organic, hand-made, and created in the USA!

Sometimes our dog's paws can get dry, cracked, scratchy, or even burned. We want to soothe them naturally and quickly. Paw Protect can help moisturize and heal paws, elbows and noses. Paw Protect is a nourishing blend of Shea butter, coconut oil, beeswax, and our own infused calendula and chamomile infused olive oil. There is the tiniest bit of organic Lavender essential oil in there for the skin calming properties, but not enough to smell too strong if the balm is placed on the pup's sensitive nose.

This salve is also great to help protect the paws from getting any damage. Apply before dog goes outside on an icy day to prevent from getting cold, dry, and cracked. On a sunny, hot day, sidewalks and driveways can be very hot and can burn the paw pads! Simply apply some Paw Protect to put a safe moisturizing layer between the dog and the ground.

TO USE: Scoop a small amount of butter from tin and warm in your palm. Apply to affected area as needed 2 times a day. Distract the dog so they do not lick the area.

-- 2 oz Tin, will last a while!

*Even though essential oils are natural and these ones are safe for dogs, they are not meant to be taken internally. Keep out of reach of dog when not in use.
Consult with your vet before use. Do not use on puppies under 12 weeks.

*These products are carefully crafted by a Certified Aromatherapist. Even though, essential oils are considered safe and natural, they should not be used on babies, small children or during pregnancy/nursing unless approved by your physician. Never ingest essential oils and always purchase from an educated source.
*These products and statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat, cure, or prevent and disease.
Individual results may vary.