WashBar

Washbar Daily Spritzer - Lavender+Primrose

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For a fresh smelling dog without synthesized perfumes and no alcohol to irritate sensitive skins, grab a bottle of WashBar 100% Natural Daily Spritzer.
The Spritzer in Lavender and Primrose has a lovely floral scent that leaves your dog smelling deliciously sweet and fresh between washes.

Packed full of lavender, this spritzer soothes your pet while the Evening Primrose Oil helps nourish their coat.
Perfect for calming a stressed animal – before a trip to the vet, during fireworks, etc.
Made with spray-free lavender grown in beautiful New Zealand.
This is safe to use in conjunction with WashBar 100% Flea Repellent or topical flea and tick products.


You won’t find any nasty alcohol or preservatives in our spritzers.
Our range of 100% Natural Daily Spritzers use genuine Manuka and Kanuka hydrosols - a by-product of essential oil distillation.

Our spritzers are an easy-to-use spray-on freshener ― to make the dog smell nicer in those spells between baths, or when the dog in the back of the car starts smelling like you wish you were somewhere else, anywhere but the same confined space as the dog.
The product can also be sprayed directly onto bedding, car upholstery or simply used as a general air freshener.


WashBar 100% Natural Daily Spritzer is available in three fragrances ― Citrus and Manuka, Lavender and Primrose, Flea and Freshen.

Ingredients:
Water (aqua), Lavender hydrosol, Manuka hydrosol (Leptospermum scoparium), Lavender Pure Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia Pacific Blue), Evening Primrose Oil (Oenothera biennis).

Directions:
Spray liberally onto your animals’ coat ― one or two squirts for a very small dog up to 6 or more for a big 60kg+ dog. It's totally safe, you can't overdo it.
If your dog is nervous about being sprayed with something, spray into your hands and gently rub through their coat.
You can also use it as a general air freshener and spray it around the room or the car, or use directly onto dog bedding, car upholstery, the couch, the carpet – anywhere your animals sit, lie or generally hang out.