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Bubble & Squeak Lavender Ecstasy Organic Shampoo
Date Posted: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Bubble & Squeak Lavender Ecstasy Organic Shampoo
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Manufacturer: Luxury Pets

Product Description: One tester summed up Luxury Pets' Bubble & Squeak Lavender Ecstasy Organic Shampoo in one word: “Fantastic!” And then six more words: “Lathers quickly and rinses even faster.” And did he mention the fresh lavender scent? Of course. The USDA-certified shampoo is made from organic coconut, olive and jojoba oils, organic aloe vera, and a combination of natural and organic essential oils—ingredients that ensure speedy, residue-free rinsing. The eco-friendly product is mild, hypoallergenic, and free of petroleum and animal byproducts. The only preservative is natural rosemary extract. A look inside the bottle revealed floating particles, or what a company spokesperson called “organic glitter.” Rest assured, the glitter is for appearance only and rinses away with the foam. The shampoo is available in 8-oz., 16-oz. and 32-oz. bottles.

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