|Top Ingredients||Organic Beeswax (Cera Alba), Organic Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Organic Carnauba (Copernicia Cerifera) Wax...||Petrolatum, Lanolin, 8-Hydroxyquinoline Sulfate 0.3%, Paraffin Wax.||Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Almond Oil...||Active Ingredients: Plantain, Calendula, Chickweed...||Cocos Nucifera Oil, Glycine Sojo Oil, Isopropyl Palmitate...|
|Health Feature||Skin & Coat Health||Paw Care, Skin & Coat Health||Skin & Coat Health||Itch & Redness Remedy||Itch & Redness Remedy, Paw Care|
|Lifestage||Adult||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Kitten, Adult, Senior, All Lifestages||Adult|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—|
It truly live up to it's name brand.
Little more than jojoba in wax! Not SOFT at all and darn difficult to get soft. My expectations were a creamy, emollient balm. This is a stick of wax. My cat hates it. Very disappointed. I’m using the organic jojoba I buy for myself and less expensive.
It’s an oil. If it’s too solid, hold it in your hands for a few minutes and it will become less solid. I rub on my fingers and then gently rub into my dog’s paw. Actually realized through this that my HANDS were softer! I love this stuff. It has no scent (except for the subtle smell of oil) and is perfect for my dog…. And me lol
This is an amazing moisturizer for myself!! But try putting this huge thing up to a cats nose..forget it! Maybe make it smaller. But it works wonders on my fingers.
i didnt find any issues with the consistency, the scent was neutral and fine. my cat wasn’t crazy about the scent but it’s okay. it was smooth and nice and helped his cracked little toes
This balm says it’s been reformulated to be easy to apply, but I do find that it is still harder than other balms I’ve used. However, I find that I can melt the balm with the heat of my finger tips to apply a small amount or I can scrape out a larger amount with the back of my finger nail and rub it into my dog’s paws. I’ve applied this to my dog’s paws 3 times in the past 2 weeks and his paws are definitely less dry and no longer on the verge of cracking. Although I don’t think this balm to be as heavy duty as something like Musher’a Secret, I do find that it works well for the needs of my dog. I appreciate that the scent of the balm is faint. The lack of added fragrance or essential oils was the main selling point for me. The balm smells slightly like wax and a tiny bit like honey, I assume due to the beeswax. I also like that this balm is Leaping Bunny certified. This isn’t necessarily a requirement of mine, but being cruelty free is an added bonus.
This is a very stiff balm and I would need to apply a lot of pressure to get any product off if I rub this directly onto my cat's paw. I had to resort to warming it up with my hands and then applying, but it was still too stiff. Unfortunately, my balm also came very grainy and I had to remelt it in the microwave.
Cakey, hard, almost felt like a terrible bath scrub. Scent was non-existent and just an overall disappointing purchase + unpleasant experience for me and dog.
Product is too hard and waxy for it to be applied. My kitten has a perpetual chapped nose, this does not help
I was looking for a healthier alternative paw moisturizers and have heard good things about this brand. Unfortunately the stick is way too solid/hard to apply to my dogs paws. Nothing sticks. You would have to press really hard to even get something but it ends up pretty grainy and falls off. I contacted their customer service and was told this: "We make the sticks a bit harder in the summer so they don’t melt in transport. You can warm it up by rubbing the stick and then applying the stick directly. We are working on an improved version launching soon with easier application." It doesn't make sense really to put it as a stick and haven't been able to "warm it up" successfully to apply it. If anyone has dry paws or nose it is just uncomfortable and painful. Discarding and looking for something else for my pup.