Fresh 'n Clean Scented ConditionerThis page contains information on Fresh 'n Clean Scented Conditioner for veterinary use.
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Fresh 'n Clean Scented ConditionerThis treatment applies to the following species:
Replenishes vital moisture while pampering skin and strengthening coat.
#1 Groomer Preferred
Fresh ’n Clean® Scented Conditioner nurtures both skin and coat alike - with extra hydrating conditioners replacing moisture for lasting hydration. All of which make for healthy, supple skin and a coat as soft as it is fresh smelling. Because when pets stay fresher longer, it’s a joy to Come Home To Fresh ’n Clean®.
Directions For Use
Shampoo with Fresh ’n Clean Scented Shampoo and rinse thoroughly. Apply conditioner and work into coat to reach the skin, concentrating on matted and tangled areas. Comb through and rinse thoroughly.
Use as part of the Fresh ’n Clean healthy grooming regimen to leave your pet looking and feeling great, with freshness that lasts for up to two weeks.
Ingredients: Purified water, naturally derived gentle cleansing agents, soothing agents (aloe vera, Vitamin E), fragrance.
● Pet Approved
● Made in USA
● Biodegradable Formula
● Please Recycle
Distributed by PBI/Gordon Corporation, An Employee-Owned Company, Kansas City, MO 64101
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm CT
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18 FL OZ (533mL)
NAC No.: 6223068.0
Distributed by PBI-Gordon Corporation, An Employee-Owned Company
1501 BEDFORD RD., NORTH KANSAS CITY, MO, 64116
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