Hydrosurge® Detangling & Conditioning Spray (16oz.)
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The Hydrosurge® Detangling and Conditioning Spray removes static and detangle the coat to make brushing easier. Apply a light spray after grooming to help condition the coat with no rinsing needed. Clean & Fresh scent. See More...
Hydrosurge® Detangling and Conditioning Spray is a great grooming aid for dogs with long flowing coat or dogs prone to matting. Apply a light spray to the coat before brushing to remove static and detangle the coat to make brushing easier. Contains Tussilago to soothe, condition and moisturize; Shave grass extracts to strengthen the coat; Awapuhi extract to help soothe the skin and essential fatty acids replenish skin surface deficiencies.
- Use before grooming to aid during the grooming process
- For dogs with long flowing coat or dogs prone to matting
- Lubricating, detangling properties to impart non-greasy detangling, improves dry comb and fly away
- Promotes coat shine and adds body to the coat
- Improves flexibility and repairs damage to the hair shaft
- UV protectant to guard against sun damage
- Clean & Fresh scent
- Proudly made in the USA
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Hydrosurge® Detangling & Conditioning Spray (16oz.) is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Detangles wonders Hydrosurge has yet another incredible product that does exactly what it says. It detangles! In comparison to other detangle spray products I've used, most of them leave an oily residue, high shine, and add unnecessary damp density to a dog's coat. The spray itself mists lightly with saturating the coat. It penetrates the coat thoroughly so that when following up with brushing, it glide right through the soft coat. This detangle spray also conditions wonderfully. This is the part that makes this product my favorite. The conditioning factor of the spray is so unique. It leaves any coat type softened and strengthened. This product has not irritated any dogs' skin so far!
Date published: 2013-03-12