Isle of Dogs Bottles the Benefits of Coconut in New CocoClean Line 

August 10, 2016

Isle of Dogs, a health and beauty brand for dogs, has launched their new CocoClean line of natural shampoos, conditioners and brush sprays.

The new Isle of Dogs’ CocoClean products are human-grade, free of soap, parabens and sulfate, and made in the USA, as the company aims to deliver on its promise to raise the standards in canine health and beauty products. Undeniably popular in the human nutrition and beauty world for the last couple of years, coconut oil has a multitude of benefits for dogs’ coat and skin. It promotes soft, healthy and strong hair, helps relieve dry, itching, flaky and irritated skin, and strengthens the protective skin barrier. Coconut oil is also an all-natural, refreshing deodorizer. The CocoClean line consists of gentle recipes with exclusive, matching fragrances to leave dogs soft, clean and sweet-smelling.

“It’s very exciting when we have the opportunity to incorporate a powerful ingredient like coconut into one of our product lines,” said Erin Clemens, Director of Marketing at Isle of Dogs. “Our job is to develop the most effective, high quality products for our customers so their dogs can live healthy, joy-filled lives. The new CocoClean line has all of the ingredients needed to make this mission a reality.”

The complete line of CocoClean shampoos and conditioners come in Xtra Clean, Sensitive, De-Shed, Detangling, Calming, Tearless and Two-in-One formulas. With matching fragrance profiles, the odor neutralizing brush sprays come in red berries & champagne, jasmine & vanilla, sugar cane & grapefruit, violet & sea mist, cotton & fresh orchid, and lavender & lemon balm.

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