Our solid shampoo bars are not soap. They’re real shampoos in bar form. While there are some similarities between soap and shampoo bars, there are also some key differences when it comes to having a true shampoo experience. For example, the first ingredient in a true shampoo bar will be a clean surfactant (in our
The green bottle is the original version of our true natural skin gel. The blue bottle is our moisturizing version. It has many of the same healing and skin nourishing benefits as our original skin gel but with the added benefits of almond and argan oils for an amazing, non-greasy moisturizer that lasts. You can
Yes. The lack of harsh detergents in our natural shampoos and conditioners make them safe for colour treated hair. While they will not protect/coat hair to retain colour longer (like some synthetic hair products) they won’t strip the colour out.
All Nature’s Aid products are vegetarian friendly, and the majority are vegan friendly as well. The only non-vegan ingredients we use are bee-related honey and beeswax; our lip balms contain beeswax and the Healthy Moisture bar soap contains honey.
Nature’s Aid Soothing Gel has demonstrated it has the ability to help soothe any heal various skin conditions. For more information on how Nature’s Aid Soothing gel can help your pets, visit the Soothing Gel with Tea Tree and Soothing Gel with Lavender product pages.
In small concentrations (.1% to 1%), tea tree oil is tolerated and safe for cats and dogs. While our skin gel falls below what would be considered safe for cats, it may build up in their system over-time (which isn’t the case with dogs and horses). In very rare cases, some pets react poorly to
Yes, Nature’s Aid products can be purchased from our website here. In addition to this, some of our retailer partners also have online or e-store (e.g. Amazon) components from which Nature’s Aid can be purchased. You can view a list of our retail partners through our Find a Retailer page.
Nature’s Aid products are currently sold in quality health food stores, pharmacies and other retailers across Canada, as well as select e-retailers. We are currently in the process of introducing Nature’s Aid products to other markets. To find a retailer near you, visit our Find a Retailer page.
Yes. Like your skin, your pet’s skin needs nourishment too and Nature’s Aid even has a “just for pets” version of our product. Visit our pet website for more information.
Yes, both Nature’s Aid skin gel and moisturizing skin gel are safe and gentle enough to use on your baby’s skin. We also have two baby shampoo and washes formulated specifically for babies: an ultra sensitive (unscented) version and calming with lavender, along with a soothing baby balm. Our True Natural Skin Gel is excellent