What ingredients are good and bad for dogs?

Cuddle up with your beloved dog and get cozy with its fur, It must be one of the best things there is. And surely we want the best for our furry friends?
But in a jungle of different products where the content list is longer than the day before Christmas, it is not easy to know what is good and what is bad for your four-legged friend. So what should you actually look for in the contents?
Below are two good things to look for and two bad things to avoid.

On the kindness list you will find:

Vitamin E
Vitamin E contributes to making the skin and coat healthy.
Aloe vera
Aloe vera has a PH value of approx. 4.5, which means that it has a more acidic effect on the dog's skin, this is good as fungi and bacterial infections do not like a more acidic environment. Aloe vera has a preventive and nurturing effect and is not harmful to the environment.

And on the avoid list you will find:

Sulfates dissolve fat. Unfortunately, sulfates do not differentiate between excess fats and the skin's natural protection, which contributes to irritating and drying out the dog's skin. As sulfates dissolve the dog's natural body fat, it can result in irritated skin and fatter fur.
Parabens are a preservative used, among other things, to avoid bacterial growth and mold, but they can also pose health risks. For example, propyl and butyl parabens are suspected endocrine disruptors. The EU has banned certain parabens.

Our products are all silicon, paraben and sulfate free and we have inriched them with aloe vera and vitamin-e.