Pet Spa Treatment
Our NEW Spa services for your pet!
Dead Sea Mineral and Salt Soak $10
Overview: For Skin conditions, dogs with skin allergies and Arthritis
Developed to cleanse and help your dogs skin, especially in the area of the feet, legs, and knee, where dry shafting is most prominent. Helps eczema, Psoriasis, and hot spots. Restores skin damaged by chemicals, grass allergies, and more. Our salt is authentic Dead Sea salt direct from Israel. Dead Sea salt moisturizes as it helps soothes. It is very mild and does not leave a film on the skin or coat. This spa treatment suits all skin types, especially sensitive skin.
Over the centuries, it is believed that soaking or bathing in the Dead Sea has therapeutic effects. This is the main reason Dead Sea salts are extremely popular. Dead Sea salts are known for being effective at treating a host of medical conditions including eczema, arthritis, rheumatism, muscle pain and psoriasis. Dead Sea salts are also believed to help relieve tension, promote relaxation and skin that feels silky smooth, and heal hot spots.
But you may be wondering what, exactly, makes the Dead Sea, and Dead Sea salts, for that matter, effective? The Dead Sea is high in salt content. The water of the Dead Sea has a salt concentration of about 27%, which is 24% more than the salt concentration of normal sea water. In addition, the Dead Sea’s therapeutic properties can be attributed to high amounts of magnesium, potassium and bromide in the Dead Sea salts. Other salts do not have these substances, which make the Dead Sea salts unique.
If your dog suffers from rashes and itches a lot, a mineral salt soak has antiseptic properties that will treat the rashes and reduce the itchiness. Your dog won’t have dry, scaly skin since the Dead Sea salt simultaneously moisturizes as it heals the skin. And even if your dog has sensitive skin, it will work without any harmful effects.
Detoxifying Mud Treatment $10
Overview: Detoxifies skin and coat; infuses moisture and soothes itchy and inflamed skin
This deep-penetrating, luxurious mixture cleans, nourishes and helps detoxify the skin, allowing it to better absorb moisture and prepare the skin to receive any further therapeutic treatment. Mother Nature’s prescription for healthy skin and coats, our Mud Treatment removes dead skin cells, soothes itchy or inflamed skin and enhances circulation. Infused with Jojoba, Olive and Macadamia Oil. Dead Sea Mud and salts also help with arthritis, muscle stiffness, itching skin and pain as well as psoriasis, doggie acne, inflammation of joints.
Shea Butter Paw Massage $8
Do you love to have your feet massaged? The paw massage brings the same soothing feeling to your pet from their paws throughout their body. The paw massage soothes and protects paws with Shea Butter, Essential Oils and Vitamin E. Helps relieve skin irritation and inflammation. After massage dog is placed on a heated towel so the butter can be more quickly absorbed.
Aromatherapy Spa Facial $5
Formulated with the finest botanicals and plant extracts for a therapeutic and beauty-enhancing grooming experience. Safe for puppies and kittens over 6 weeks old. Mild, foaming Facial Scrub facial cleaner exfoliates, soothes, and hydrates. Contains vanilla ,blueberry and orange peel to remove tearstains without stinging eyes.
Organic Coconut Hot Oil Treatment $10
Homemade by me; this is fabulous for dogs with itchy, flaky skin. We will use this in lieu of the typical oatmeal bath. The oil is applied for 10 minutes and hot towels are then laid over the pet’s body. It is a natural treatment with no adverse effects.
Homemade Sugar Scrubs made Fresh $10
Sugar Scrubs work fabulously to remove yeasty, crusty skin as well as dander from a dog’s coat. It works naturally on any type of skin condition which presents with irritated red skin or scabbiness. Sugar Scrubs provide a non-caustic, non-chemical way to help the skin to heal and remove the crust that prevents we, as groomers, from doing a great haircut on your dog. I will tailor each scrub to a dog’s particular problems and it is something that can be done in addition to your vet’s protocol for your pet.