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Snout Soother Ingredients | Benefits of Snout Soother


Organic Snout Soother Ingredients

  • Kukui Oil- contains linolaic acid and omega-3 which calms the skin by reducing inflammation

  • Grape-seed Oil- rich in linolaic acid and polyunsaturated omega-6 fatty acids which help with cell membrane structure and function, antioxidant

  • Coconut Oil- contains MCT’s, lauric acid, and capric acid, which increase lipid levels on skins surface and provides hydration along with anti-fungal and antibacterial properties

  • Chamomile- anti- inflammatory with calming properties

  • Hemp Seed Oil- contains omega-3 fatty acids - an anti-inflammatory agent

  • Shea Nut Butter- a triglyceride which adds moisture and acts as a natural sunscreen and anti-inflammatory

  • Jojoba Oil- a natural liquid wax extracted from jojoba plant seeds

  • Candelilla Wax- derived from leaves of the candelilla shrub

  • Vitamin E- antioxidant

  • Rosemary Extract- natural preservative and antioxidant

Has your dog ever experienced dry, cracked, or crusty jowls?


A dog jowl is the loose flap of skin surrounding a dog’s mouth and lips. It is composed of a thin layer of fatty tissue and connective tissue.


Not only can the Organic Snout Soother heal a dry cracked nose- it also can moisturize and heal crusty, cracked, dry jowls!

Benefits of Jowls:
  • Makes eating and chewing easier because the skin is stretchy

  • Retains moisture and helps keep saliva in the mouth

  • Offers protection from other dogs because it is harder to grab a hold of

  • Keeps water out {for dogs who love to swim} by trapping a large air bubble close to the mouth

  • Assists with scents and tracking by wafting smells to the nose


Breeds with Prominent Jowls:
  • Bassett Hound

  • Blood Hound

  • Boxer

  • Bull Dog

  • Great Dane

  • Mastiff

  • Newfoundland

  • Rottweiler

  • Saint Bernard


"I have had personal experience using the snout soother on my Boston Terrier’s dry jowls. The product is amazing and improved his symptoms with just a few applications. He does not run when he sees the tin coming…he seems to enjoy having it rubbed on! It truly is a soother for him!" - Anita




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