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DezynaDog De-Matt Balsam Conditioner From £5.75
DeZynaDog De-Matt Balsam Conditioner
This conditioner from DezynaDog is a necessicity for those matted coats. De-Matt Balsm conditioner contains a unique blend of ingredients to produce a thick, very concentrated formula ideal for de-matting and coat preservation. Ideal for use on matted dogs and those with dry or damaged coats to save time and coat. A remarkable product and great value for money.
Use in conjunction with De-Matt Magic Shampoo for an effective dematting and detangling treatment with amazing results.
Directions: Simply apply directly to matting, allow to rest for a few minutes or work/comb through and rinse.
There are 7 reviews with an average rating of 4.57
CCW from United KingdomOwner27 November 2020 11:50
I have both Miniature poodles and Pekingese, I use de-matt on both their coats, it has dramatically cut down the matting and keeps a continental clip in the poodle's matt free. It also keeps the full coats on the Pekingese in a glorious condition. The reduction in matting is noticeable on the grooming table, I like a conditioner that penetrates the coat and leaves a nice heavy gloss on the hair shaft, this is certainly the product to do this,
Rebecca from United KingdomOwner13 November 2020 21:04
I do really enjoy this conditioner, it was super great for helping me with coat change with one of my poodles, the only criticism I have is that it leaves a very slight greasy feel to the coat but apart from that it’s fabulous!
Amanda from United KingdomOwner07 November 2020 20:04
After using this conditioner it was extremely easy to groom my shih tzu. Both brush and comb glided through his coat
Carol from United KingdomOwner06 April 2021 19:25
Please use Royal Mail to stop items being dumped on the doorstep !
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner31 March 2021 21:48
Love this ! Really works ! Definitely primary item from now on.
Gillian from United KingdomOwner15 December 2020 15:32
Lovely smell and keeps the matts at bay.
Anonymous from Ireland26 May 2015 12:27
Still not sure