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Vegetable Glycerin For Pet Hair
Vegetable Glycerin is great for your dog’s hair and skin as it pulls moisture from the air helping to retain a proper moisture balance. If your dog has itchy and chronically dry hair and skin, just a little bit of Vegetable glycerin can go along way in treating this condition naturally. Or if your dog’s hair is extra fluffy and you just want to add a bit of shine, Vegetable Glycerin is the key ingredient you will want to use.
Unlike humans, dogs have very sensitive skin because their skin isn’t as thick. Vegetable glycerin is generally considered safe. There is a small possibility that they can experience an allergic reaction if vegetable glycerin is applied directly to the skin — so it’s best to start with a small amount to see how your dog’s skin reacts to the vegetable glycerin.
Pour a small amount of the vegetable glycerin in your hands and heat up by rubbing your hands together. Then massage into your pet’s hair making sure it is evenly distributed throughout.
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