Posted on October 26 2011
Pamper your pet with this luxurious line of pet products in fabulous new fragrances – Mediterranean Sea Breeze and Buttermilk and Oatmeal.
Prince Lorenzo Borghese created the line of Organic Spa Products not only to clean your dog’s coat but to help moisturize and soothe your pet’s skin sensitive skin. Imported from Italy, these pet products are made with organic and natural ingredients and are infused with some of nature’s finest fragrance oils obtained by one of Italy’s most prestigious boutique fragrance companies. The result is a unique blend of warm, fresh scents that both the pet and the pet owner will enjoy!
The newest fragrance additions to the line are the Mediterranean Sea Breeze and the Buttermilk and Oatmeal.
Transport yourself to the warm summer days on the coastline of the sea with the New Mediterranean Sea Breeze fragrance. Organic Seaweed, Honey and a hint of Lavender help create a magic spell that conjures the ocean and gives your dog the soft skin and silky fur of the rich and famous without having to lift a paw. Key ingredients include Organic Ingredients such as Golden Seaweed, Honey, Almond Oil, Virgin Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Chamomile, Shea Butter as well as Thyme, Sage, Rosemary, Basil, Lavender Wheat, and Almond Proteins.
With ingredients such as Organic Oatmeal and Almond, The Buttermilk and Oatmeal spa products contain moisturizing properties that work magic on your dog’s skin and fur, but not alone! The sweet and soothing touch of Organic Shea Butter keeps your dog looking like the best looking, best-kept dog at the dog park! Key ingredients include Organic ingredients: Oatmeal, Honey, Almond Oil, Virgin Olive Oil, Cocoanut, Chamomile, and Shea Butter. Also includes Castor Oil, Panthenol, Almond, and Wheat Proteins.
“The fragrance of Mediterranean Sea brings you back to the warm days of summer with ocean accents and bergamot being the dominant fragrance notes. The Buttermilk and Oatmeal fragrance is warm and comforting as the vanilla oils and milk merge together to create a sweet yet subtle fragrance.” - Lorenzo Borghese.