Stinky Stuff Triple

3 x Original Stinky

£65.97

Original Stinky – the magic stuff. It’s a powerful product and must always be combined with Stinky Stuff Carrier Oil to create a soothing massage rub or, with Stinky Stuff Shampoo Base to create an intensive shampoo wash.

Scroll down to find out how to use.

500ml Original Stinky x 3

Weight 1.576 kg

Ingredients

Stinky Stuff: Cold pressed Nigella Sativa (Black Seed), Azardirachta Indica (Neem), cold pressed Cocos Nucifera (Coconut).

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How to use.

Stinky Stuff should always be combined with either Stinky Stuff Carrier Oil or Stinky Stuff Shampoo Base.

To use as a massage rub: Combine an equal amount of Stinky Stuff and Carrier Oil. A teaspoon of each should be plenty.

Or, if your animal is sensitive or you are applying to sensitive areas combine 1 part Stinky Stuff with 10 parts carrier oil and gradually increase to equal amounts.

Apply a small amount to the area and gently massage this into the skin. Less is more with Stinky Stuff, and as a guide a light coverage on your fingertip is enough for an area the size of your hand. There should be no product build up on the skin.

Apply daily to soothe irritated skin, and then use regularly to prevent further irritations.

To use as a shampoo: Combine an equal amount of Stinky Stuff with an equal amount of Shampoo Base. Wet the coat and skin (or the affected area) and massage the mixture into the skin. Leave for 10 minutes and then rinse thoroughly.

If the animal has a very thick coat (such as an Alsatian), or you are shampooing are very hairy area (such as a thick mane) then adding a little extra Shampoo Base to the mixture will make it easier to rinse the product out.

Always mix a fresh batch.

To use as a fly repellent: Combine 5-10ml Stinky Stuff with 5-10ml Stinky Stuff Shampoo Base and add 0.5 litres of luke warm water. Shake well. Spray this solution all over and massage thoroughly. Apply first thing in the morning, and throughout the day as required to keep the flies away.

Always mix a fresh batch.

Always patch test before use.

Do not use on breeding or pregnant animals.