Earthbath Hot Spot Relief Tea Tree & Aloe Dog & Cat Shampoo gives itchy pets some big-time relief with all-natural, skin-soothing ingredients. Tea tree oil has long been recognized as an effective and beneficial treatment for skin irritations and insect bites, and aloe vera is one of nature’s finest soothing emollients. These two ingredients work together to provide quick relief to hot spots and itchy, dried or chaffed skin caused by flea bites, dandruff or other skin issues. Best of all, this shampoo won’t wash off any topical flea treatments, keeping them safe against irritants.
Soap-free shampoo contains tea tree oil and aloe vera to soothe skin and relieve irritation.
Perfect to comfort against hot spots, insect bites and dry, itchy skin.
Natural tea tree and aloe scent keeps your furry friend smelling as clean as if he just left the spa.
Perfect for cats and dogs over 6 weeks of age who need a soothing shampoo.
100% biodegradable, paraben and phosphate-free for a safe and trustworthy formula.
HAZARDS TO HUMANS: Avoid contact with eyes. Product is solely intended for use on coat and skin. Flush thoroughly with clean water if eye contact occurs. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed (by humans), consult a physician.
Shake well before using to ensure that natural ingredients are in suspension. On a wet coat, lather your pet thoroughly with a few good palm-fulls of earthbath® Totally Natural Pet Shampoo. For best results, leave on coat for several minutes to allow time for the tea tree and aloe vera to work their wonders. Rinse off. Towel dry thoroughly with a big hug. May be diluted ten parts water to one part shampoo if desired.
My poor dog suffers cedar fever just like the rest of central Texas - maybe worse than the average joe. (TL;DR - Amazing, cost efficient, hands down the best, hooray!) From early November through February, she would scratch herself like crazy. Her neck and ears would be covered in sores, followed by skin infections, and cracked toe nails from biting her feet. We did many trips to the vet. Bought vet prescribed shampoos, gave regular baths, and would wipe her down every time she would return from being outside. I would use coconut oil on her skin. We had creams galore for her skin infections. She got the shot that is supposed to help for three months (I think it‘s a steroid shot - can’t rememberMy poor dog suffers cedar fever just like the rest of central Texas - maybe worse than the average joe. (TL;DR - Amazing, cost efficient, hands down the best, hooray!) From early November through February, she would scratch herself like crazy. Her neck and ears would be covered in sores, followed by skin infections, and cracked toe nails from biting her feet. We did many trips to the vet. Bought vet prescribed shampoos, gave regular baths, and would wipe her down every time she would return from being outside. I would use coconut oil on her skin. We had creams galore for her skin infections. She got the shot that is supposed to help for three months (I think it‘s a steroid shot - can’t remember). She would take Zyrtec in the morning (still does), and Benadryl at night. had change in diet, and also takes vitamin E. Nothing worked or gave her relief. I started to wonder if anything would work, or if we would just have to try out best. I also felt awful that she really couldn’t spend a lot of time outside.
Then I discovered this fantastic, cost efficient product. My dog, who hates baths, now willingly walks up when it’s time. She knows it makes her feel good! Her sores have gone away, and her nails are fine. We use it 2-3 times a week - especially after walks. It may seem like a pain, but the results were nearly instant since the first time we’ve used this. I’m super impressed, and highly recommend this product.… more
Itch Relief and Flea Shampoo?!
on Oct 21, 2019
I wash my one dog with the regularly because he has allergies. Recently began washing my other dog with it because I noticed that dead fleas would just rinse off the first dog. Dead fleas rinsed right off him too! I left it on them for less than 5 minutes!
Love this shampoo
on Nov 24, 2019
My dog gets hot spots. I find this shampoo quite good at providing itch relief as well as sanitizing the wounds.
Tea Tree Shampoo
on Dec 25, 2019
Tea tree is absolutely not good for cats. It will make them very I'll and more.
wow I am so happy
on Oct 16, 2019
This product SERIOUSLY lessened more babies flaky skin. It was so flaky and dry and itchy. It really really helped her. I’d buy again and again.
This shampoo did the job
on Jun 24, 2019
From the first use the Earthbath hot spot shampoo helped make my dogs coat more shiny and his skin doesnt feel as dry. I have tried many shampoos to help his skin and this is the only one that has helped to the extent that his back isnt so dry and itchy. Thanks so much for this wonderful product. My dog thanks you!!
Don't give your dogs products with tea tree.
on Jul 25, 2019
Tea tree has been proven to be harmful to your dogs, don't expose them to anything tea tree!!
on Jul 23, 2019
Really helped relieve my new puppy of itching and hot spot.
on Mar 13, 2019
I have used this for several years. It is great for their coat and skin, and the tea tree oil helps ward off insects.
on Mar 11, 2019
My dog seems less
Bothered by his skin after I gave him a bath. Smells good too