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Relief Pet Balm

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Seeing a pet struggling with patches of dry skin or an itchy rash can be heartbreaking. What’s worse is seeing constantly scratching and rubbing against things to try and get some relief. 

The good news is that with Honest Paws Pet Balm + CBD, you can give your pet relief from itchy rashes and minor cuts within one hour. 

It’s also perfect for protecting their paws and snout. And with a deliciously citrus fragrance, your pet will smell fresher too.

As pet owners, there are a lot of things we need to watch out for. Dry, irritated skin - specifically on a dog paw or snout - is one of them. Luckily, dog paw balm can help with this! You can use this soothing oil on dog paw pads or your pet's nose to soothe your furry friend's discomfort. Using balm is a great way to ensure your pet's health and happiness, especially during cold winter months or on outdoor excursions.

Dog Paw Balm: What Is It

Paw balm generally consists of soothing oils, such as coconut oil, shea butter, olive oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, or aloe vera. These ingredients act as a healing moisturizer for your pet's skin.

As humans, we wear shoes when we leave the house. Unfortunately, our dogs don't have the same luxury. Instead, their skin consistently comes into contact with the great outdoors. This constant exposure can lead to cracked paws. That is where dog paw balm can be helpful! It will moisturize your pet's skin, providing ultimate dog paw protection.

Now, let us get into why your pet would need dog paw balm. 

Dog Paw

Why Use Dog Paw Balm

A well made dog paw balm will soothe your pet’s skin. It will help them heal, providing moisturizing relief and hydration. As mentioned, your dog spends all of their life barefoot so needless to say, their paws go through a lot. 

Let's take a look at the anatomy of a dog paw. A dog paw has five dog paw pads that each have a layer of fatty tissue under the skin. These act as shock absorbers to ease the pressure on your dog’s joints. With that said, the paw pads end up getting the brunt of the impact. As a dog ages, paw pad skin hardens and becomes less sensitive. If your pup regularly deals with extreme weather or exercises outdoors a great deal, their paws can start to show the stress.

Dog paw balm is a great way to protect your dog's body as they age so that your pup can continue to adventure with you! Now, let's dive into the specifics of reasons why you should get a dog paw balm for your furry friend. 

Dry, Cracked Paws

I don’t have to tell you that dogs love to have fun, we all know that. Even if they have dry, cracked, tired paws, most dogs will want to continue to take their daily walk and play. It’s not exactly easy to put your pup on bed rest! Not when there are balls to chase and squirrels to harass.

This is where dog paw balm comes in handy. Using a paw balm for dogs on your pup’s paws will add a protective barrier that will help them heal. If your pup has dry, cracked paws, a paw balm will help soothe and repair the skin. The balm holds the fats in direct contact with your dog's skin which allows the paws to absorb the nutrients they need to heal.

Not only that, using a dog paw balm on a regular basis before there even is a problem with your dog’s paws can help prevent discomfort in the first place! 

dry cracked dog paw pad

Dry Dog Nose

Just like dog paws, a dog’s nose can also become dry and irritated during the winter months. Balm for dog paws is an amazing solution for this. Since dog paw balm is an all-around healing balm for dry cracked skin, it can also help soothe and repair your dog’s nose. 

Hyperkeratosis: Dog Paw Pad Pain

Dog paw balm becomes even more important for some dogs who have a genetic condition known as hyperkeratosis. Hyperkeratosis is the thickening of the skin on dog paw pads or nose that happens overtime. This buildup occurs where there is too much keratin (a protein made by a dog’s body) and leads to excessive skin buildup. This thick, hard skin that develops on a dog’s paws and/or nose can become rigid and extremely painful. When this occurs, dog paw balm can be the remedy your dog needs. 

Whether or not you know if your pup has hyperkeratosis, dog paw balm can help by providing a protective layer that locks in moisture on their feet. This can either soothe the skin effected by hyperkeratosis or be a preventative step so that your pup doesn’t develop worse symptoms from the condition. 

Hyperkeratosis dog with cracked elbow

Cold Weather or Hot Weather

The weather can really affect your pup's skin. Ice and snow can lead to cracked and chapped skin or even frostbite. Using a balm helps add a protective layer to your dog's paws in order to protect them from the elements. 

Hot weather also comes with its challenges. If you were to run across hot asphalt, you would likely burn the bottoms of your feet. The same goes for dog! Long hikes in hot weather or across black pavement can leave their paws irritated or even blistered. A balm can help soothe their dry paws or even help prevent discomfort in the first place.

Dog Paw Wax vs Dog Paw Balm

There are many types of moisturizers you can use to heal your dog’s skin. Many of them have the same effect with different textures. They are available in paw butter, waxes, lotions, and balms, the most common of which are dog paw wax and paw balm. And while they are very similar, they are definitely not the same. 

Dog paw wax and dog paw balm serve slightly different purposes and are made differently. Dog paw waxes are always made using waxy substances, generally beeswax. Paw balm for dogs may include waxy substances but not always.

Paw balm is more effective at soothing and moisturizing dry skin on the paws and nose, as well as combating hyperkeratosis. Paw balm provides dogs with intense paw protection as well as an escape from dry cracked skin.

Honest Paws Relief Pet Balm

Honest Paws CBD Dog Paw Balm

Honest Paws Relief Pet Balm is a great option for your dog. Here at Honest Paws, we always use all-natural ingredients as well as organic, full-spectrum hemp with naturally occurring CBD. Hemp oil with naturally occurring CBD is a great remedy for sensitive skin and a great addition to a soothing paw balm.

In addition to hemp oil with naturally occurring CBD, Honest Paws uses all-natural ingredients like jojoba oil, beeswax, cocoa butter, sweet almond oil, sunflower oil, and organic coconut oil. All of these ingredients work together to give your dog relief from sore and cracked paws. Not to mention, it’s easy to use! All you have to do is rub it into your dog’s dry skin.

The key ingredients in Honest Paws Relief Pet Balm are CBD, coconut oil, and sunflower oil. Let us dig a little deeper into the benefits of these products. 

Coconut Oil for Dog’s Paws

Organic coconut oil provides lots of relief for dogs with dry, flaky, sore paws. If your pup is licking or biting at their paws more than usual, dry skin could be the culprit. And of course, the more your dog bites or licks their paws, the worse it will become. Coconut oil is a great moisturizer that can help relieve itchy skin.

Coconut oil can also help your dog’s paws from getting sore or irritated from outside surfaces. Coconut oil acts as a protective barrier between paws and any irritating surfaces your dog may be walking on. 

If a dog has any cuts on their paws, coconut oil is also a wonderful, natural remedy. Coconut oil is a natural anti-fungal and antibiotic. It can help protect wounds from getting infected and is totally safe to eat if your dog licks it off! 

Sunflower Oil for Skin

Sunflower oil is another natural moisturizer that is fantastic for dry skin. It is rich in Vitamin E and helps trap moisture inside skin cells so skin can stay hydrated for a longer period of time. 

The great thing about Vitamin E is that it’s a natural antioxidant that protects the skin from environmental stressors. It also has a natural calming property to it and is ideal for dehydrated, sensitive skin. Sunflower oil can also help remove dead skin cells and impurities, perfect for taking care of your pup’s paws and nose. 

Lastly, sunflower seed oil is rich in omega-6 which helps soothe inflamed skin. The oil acts as an anti-inflammatory and fights red, textured skin.

Sunflower Oil for Skin

CBD Oil for Skin

CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid found in hemp plants. CBD is not psychoactive so, in short, it is impossible to get “high” from CBD. And, CBD oil is legal in all 50 states. 

So, what are the benefits of CBD oil for skin? Well, CBD oil has been found to have soothing properties and the ability to support sensitive skin. This is why it's the perfect ingredient to include in a paw balm.

Dog Paw Balm: Final Thoughts

If your dog is struggling with dry, cracked skin on their paws or nose, dog balm is the way to go. None of us want to watch our pets suffer, and luckily, you don't have to. Honest Paws products are always free of chemicals. Instead, we use all-natural ingredients that are totally safe to consume.

Honest Paws Relief Pet Balm is a great option for those of you who value all-natural, organic ingredients and want premium protection and soothing for your pet's skin. Not to mention, the addition of CBD really ramps up the healing qualities of the balm, adding additional protection and relief.

Here at Honest Paws, we are so confident that you will enjoy our products that we're offering a 30-day money-back guarantee. No risk to your pet and no risk to your wallet. Just the way we like it!

We truly hope your pet feels better soon!

happy dog who uses dog paw balm

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