Dog Perfume - Jasmine, Kowhai & Lotus Flower

Regular price $75.99

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Mipuchi fragrances are blended by hand using 100% plant-based products and oils to ensure your best friend's safety. 

Don't let alcohol become a problem for your best friend. Alcohol-based perfumes start to evaporate as soon as they're used causing moisture to be drawn from your dog's skin and hair - potentially causing dryness and irritation. 

Mipuchi is patented, five years in the making, and the formulas provide a protective film containing moisturizing ingredients, which also contributes to a shinier coat and assists in making combing easier. Not to mention the luxurious signature scents of pure New Zealand.

Mipuchi Luxury Dog Perfume - Jasmine, Kowhai & Lotus Flower is The playful fragrance of flowers in bloom!

A bouquet of freshly cut Jasmine flowers, harmonized with the delicate notes of New Zealand’s “unofficial” national flower, the Kowhai, wrapped in the lightly sweetish floral notes of Lotus Flower - all bottled together in a natural luxury dog perfume.

Ingredients of New Zealand:

Jasmine represents purity, simplicity, modesty, and strength. The scent of jasmine has proven to reduce anxiety, calm the nerves, relax the mind and facilitate rest. 

Kowhai is among the most beautiful flowering trees in the world and has long been used by Maori and other cultures for medicinal use.

Lotus flower is rich in antioxidants and acts as a skin conditioner. Lotus is not only known for enhancing the health of the skin but increasing the elasticity of the hair as well, making it smoother, fluffier, and shinier.

Benefits:

  • 100% Natural - no alcohol, no paraben, no sulfates, no harmful chemicals
  • Moisturising & Nourishing
  • 8-12 hours fragrance
  • 500 sprays per bottle
  • Non-flammable

To make the most of Mipuchi's 100% natural pure scent, simply spray on your dog's back or chest. If your dog has fine hair then lightly spray onto your brush or hands and work the fragrance through their coat.

MADE PURE IN NEW ZEALAND.