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Aloveen Intensive Shampoo
Aloveen Intensive Shampoo

Aloveen Intensive Shampoo

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Pet Shampoo and Conditioner
Part Number: 5849
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250ML RRP $17.30
500mL RRP $29.10

Aloveen shampoos and conditioners contain oatmeal which is indicated for the treatment of inflamed or irritated skin. Aloveen is formulated in an Aloe Vera gel base. Aloveen does not contain any irritating soaps and is PH balanced. Aloveen soothes and cleanses itchy dry skin on dogs and cats. Aloveen conditioner restores coat lustre, cleanses the skin and detangles the coat.

An aid in soothing and cleansing itchy dry skin on dogs and cats. ALOVEEN shampoo contains oatmeal and does not contain any irritating soaps and is pH balanced.ALOVEEN's soothing properties are derived form the anti-itch effects of oatmeal. ALOVEEN leave on conditioner is a unique residual conditioner designed to leave on the coat for deeper conditioning and to prolong the soothing effects ALOVEEN shampoo.

Active ingredients: Oatmeal extract, Aloe Vera.


First wet the coat and apply ALOVEEN SHAMPOO on to the animal at several points, and massage in gently. A sponge may assist lathering and penetration of the coat. Leave on for 5 minutes, to allow the soothing properties of Oatmeal to take effect. Rinse thoroughly.

Apply ALOVEEN INTENSIVE CONDITIONER sparingly* to the coat at several points. Massage in gently. ALOVEEN INTENSIVE CONDITIONER can be rinsed lightly or left on the coat. Dry and brush the coat as normal.


Show animals for that lustrous, glossy coat
Any pet with a dry, dull coat
White dogs with sun damaged coat
Long haired dogs and cats for coat manageability
After boarding, for that warm, pleasant fragrance

Allergy Information

Does your pet have pustules, red and itchy skin occurring on its
stomach, paws, chest or its underside?

If so, it could be a contact allergy to one of the plants from the Wandering Jew family.
For more details, log on to http://www.dermcare.com.au/ to view a poster with visual identification of the various plants.

We have now added the following information for common trees, grasses, weeds and other plants that may cause the red and itchy skin. Click on the relevant link on http://www.dermcare.com.au/ to view information on the plant in question.


Birch Betula spp.
Canary Grass Phalaris arundinacea

Casuarina Casuarina equisetifolia
Carpet Grass Axonopus fissifolius (Raddi) Kuhlm

Eucalyptus Eucalyptus spp.
Cocksfoot Grass Dactylis glomerata

Elm, Cedar Ulmus crassifolia
Couch, Green Cynodon dantylon

Elm, Chinese Ulmus pumila
Couch, English Elytrigia repens

Melaleuca Melaleuca spp.
Couch, Queensland Blue Cynodon Incompetus

Oak, Black Quercus velutina
Cultivated Wheat Triticum aestivum

Oak, White Quercus alba
Fescue Grass Festuca elatior

Olive Olea europaea
Johnson Grass Sorghum halepense

Palm Arecastrum romanzoffianum
Kentucky Bluegrass Poa pratensis

Peppercorn Schinus spp.
Kikuyu Grass Pennisetum clandestinum

Plane Tree Platanus racemosa
Maize Zea mays

Pine Pinus spp.
Oats Avena sativa

Privet Ligustrum vulgare
Paspalum Paspalum notatum

Wattle Acacia spp.
Perennial Ryegrass Lolium perenne

Western Juniper Juniperus occidentalis
Sweet Vernal Anthoxanthum oderatum

Willow Salix spp.
Timothy Grass Phleum pratense

Yorkshire Fog Grass Holcus lanatus

Chenopodium Chenopodium albus
Red Clover Trifolium pratense

Cocklebur Xanthium strumarium

English Plantain Plantago lanceolata

Mexican Tea Chenopodium ambrosioides

Ragweed, Short Ambrosia artemisiifolia

Ragweed, Western Ambrosia psilostachya

Red Sorrel Rumex acetosella

Rough Pigweed Amaranthus retroflexus

Tumbleweed Amaranthus spinosus

Yellow Dock Rumex crispus

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