Our solid shampoo bars for dogs are 100% natural, they're unscented, uncoloured and handmade using a traditional cold process method. They’re vegan (like all our products) and made with lots of fur lovin’ natural ingredients specifically chosen for your furry friend.
This shampoo is really gentle on the dogs coat whilst providing great cleansing. It has proven to be really good on short haired, long haired and curly wiry dogs too. This bar includes ingredients such as hemp seed oil, mango butter, rapeseed oil, coconut oil and castor oil. We've kept this bar fragrance free to protect the sensitive nature of your dogs nose, it’s also free from colorants, palm oil, animal products, sulfates, SLS or parabens.
There are two sizes available, one for larger dogs (approximately 120g) and one for smaller dogs (approximately 60g).
The soaps have also been stamped with a paw print, just in case you have your own shampoo bars!
Sodium cocoate (coconut oil), Glycerin*, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder (aloe vera), Aqua *naturally occuring
As well as being passionate about what goes into my products I'm passionate about what goes around them (and one of the reasons I make bar soap is because I want to minimise single use plastic). You eat with your eyes right? So I had a long think about packaging, I want you to see the products when they're on display but didn't want to use plastics so I decided to use a fully home compostable cellophane for the body soaps. Composting is king! Recycling takes up energy but these wrappers can be composted at home in a well managed compost heap and can even go in council food bins.
Here’s a link to find out more about the wrappers.
When I'm mailing out your orders I want them to arrive in the same condition as they left and I use packaging that’s either reused, made from recycled materials or is recyclable.
Because of the work I’ve done on eliminating single use plastic Superfly Soap has been awarded Plastic Free Champion status from Surfers Against Sewage but the work continues and I'm constantly looking at ways I can reduce the use of SUP's in the production side of the business.