Combine Stinky Stuff Shampoo Base with Stinky Stuff or Non-Stinky to create a shampoo wash.
Stinky Stuff Shampoo Base is a 100% natural, plant derived shampoo base. It has been specially formulated to be completely neutral, perfume and irritant free and, has also been enriched with Aloe Vera to complement the soothing and calming effects of Stinky Stuff and Non-Stinky Stuff.
What’s in the Shampoo Base?
Aqua, Decyl Glucoside, Lauryl Betaine, Xantham Gum, Sodium Chloride, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Phenoxyethanol, Citric Acid, Benzoic Acid, Dehydroacetic Acid.
All of these ingredients are completely natural, plant derived ingredients. Decyl glucoside, for example, is produced by combining the glucose from corn starch with the fatty alcohol decanol which is derived from coconut. Lauryl Betaine is derived from vegetables including sugar beets and is considered an excellent hair and skin conditioner.
The magic’s in the mixing!
Although this makes a fantastic, natural shampoo on its own, it does need to be combined with either Stinky Stuff or Non Stinky to get the results our products are known for!
Stinky Stuff and Non Stinky are our active products which contain the key active ingredients. A shampoo wash is a great way to use either of these products as it really helps to get the key components deep into the skin, and to do this you simply mix either Stinky Stuff or Non Stinky with the Shampoo Base.
To get the best results this must be done fresh, and that’s why we leave this part to you – the magic really is in the mixing!
How to use Shampoo Base?
Stinky Stuff Shampoo Base can be combined with either Stinky Stuff or Non-Stinky Stuff to create a shampoo wash. It can also be combined with Stinky Stuff and water to create an excellent insect repellent spray.
Stinky Stuff Shampoo Base is a neutral shampoo base. For real results it must be combined with one of the active products – Stinky Stuff or Non-Stinky Stuff.
If irritation persists or worsens consult your vet.
Stinky Stuff products are 100% natural. This does not exclude the risk of sensitivity. Always carry out a patch test 24 hours prior to use. Stop use immediately if you pet shows signs of sensitivity and cleanse the area.