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Frontline Pet Care Shampoo - the best on the market?

During a break for the Pebzz team in the Peak District, we took the opportunity to test Frontline Pet Care Shampoo with our product tester, Junior the Jack Russell, after a morning's hike!

Awarded the PATS Petcare Product Winner 2016 prize in Telford, we were aware of their products having attended the show.

The secret of the Frontline Petcare range is the inclusion of two clever and naturally active ingredients: Rhamnose and Luminescine, which provide superior cleansing and protection for your pet. Rhamnose is a natural substance that has soothing and hydrating properties. This helps to regulate the skin’s natural bacterial balance and build resilience. Skin easily dries out in damp, dirty conditions, making infection a risk. A supple, healthy coat helps to keep out bad bacteria and protects against unwanted ‘doggy’ odours!

Luminescine is a plant-based substance extracted from Mullein (aka ‘velvet plant’) which, as its name suggests, keeps your pet’s coat glossy and radiant! Its antioxidant action helps to deflect any damaging UV rays from winter sun. Both Rhamnose and Luminescine are ECOcert accredited. As well as being amazing for your pet’s coat and skin, they are from sustainable sources and processed in a way that’s kind to the environment.

Other natural plant extracts from Moringa seed and organic pea sprout, will keep your pet smelling fresh, whilst reducing shedding. The inclusion of Macadamia oil and wheat extract, provides nourishment and super hydration. Inca inchi oil is a rich source of omega fatty acid that will leave your pet’s coat feeling soft and smooth, and provitamin B5 is the perfect remedy for dry irritated skin. Together, these ingredients gently cleanse, protect and moisturise your pet’s skin and coat.

The 200ml squeeze tube is easy to dispense from and we found that one tube was enough for two and a half washes of Junior, a long legged Jack Russell. We used the sensitive skin option for Junior and it certainly made a difference from other shampoos on the market. The shampoo lathers really well, without making lots of unwanted soapy mess. It does just what you need to get a really good, shiny clean!

Although you can't buy direct from Frontline, it's readily available from pet outlets such as Pets at Home and online at Amazon for example. At the Pets at Home price of £6.50, it's not the cheapest but we would highly recommend Frontline as the best quality shampoo on the market.

We give Frontline Shampoo the following rating scale:

Online order process 4

Item as described 5

Quality 5

Easy of use 5

Shipping time 5

Value for Money 4


Rating Scale:

0 - Worst

1 - Poor

2 – Below Average

3 – Average

4 – Above Average

5 - Best

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