Points for Skin Care
An ozone bath as a body care treatment can sterilize and disinfect a dog’s skin, while smoothing the coat of dogs. It is recommended for dogs with sensitive skin, or dogs that tend to have dandruff
How does ozone work
Ozone is 7 times more effective in killing bacteria than chlorine. It sterilizes micro-organisms such as bacteria and viruses.
Ozone sterilizes and disinfects without using chemicals, is less irritating to the skin, and can be used without stressing the dog.
Ozone water will turn back to oxygen and water after oxidation, and will not have residual toxins or affect the dog’s vision or taste.
Ozone decomposes malodorous gases that cause odors, serving as an excellent deodorant that reduces body odor in dogs.
A Nano bubble ozone shower is safe and excellent in protecting the skin and coat while decomposing excess sebum.
Substances that cause allergies can be removed in a nano bubble ozone shower, preventing skin diseases.
An Ozone Bath activates a dog’s skin cells to support the formation of strong skin and coat.
An ozone bath gives vitality to the body, relieving stress.
We recommend an ozone bath once a month, and at most twice a month.
We don’t recommend an ozone bath for dogs:
with chronic illness such as heart or endocrine disease due to old age, and in a poor physical condition
pregnant dog for safety reasons
puppies in the growing stage
Carbonated Spring Bath
Hot water in which carbon dioxide gas is dissolved
Improvement of blood circulation
It helps capillaries expanded and activates blood flow. It can be expected that not only the skin but also the metabolism of the whole body will rise and the immunity will improve.
It also has the effect of relieving pain such as joint pain and lower back hernia by promoting blood circulation.
Reducing level of skin pH
The surface pH of dogs’ skin is said to be slightly more alkaline than in humans. On the alkaline side of the skin, indigenous bacteria such as staphylococci are more likely to proliferate, making it easier to cause dermatitis such as pyoderma.
By taking a hot bath in carbonated springs, the skin will be less susceptible to bacterial growth.
Removing dirt from pores and fur
It is possible to remove fine dirt by washing with a carbonated spring due to the fine bubbles of carbon dioxide gas.
Improvement of coat
Carbonated springs are slightly acidic. It helps to stabilize the pH of the fur. The fur can be firm and the fluffiness lasts for a long time.
It has an inhibitory effect on the sympathetic nervous system. It lowers blood pressure and heart rate and has a calming effect.
We recommend a carbonated spring bath once a month, and at most twice a month.
Micro Bubble Bath
Micro bubbles are smaller than a dog’s pores and removes dirt on the skin and inside pores. Micro bubbles do not require shampoo or scrubs to the dog’s skin, reducing friction on the skin.
We recommend a micro bubble bath when you like to
Remove sebum and dead skin
Treat skin diseases (dermatotherapy).
Avoid strong shampoos as your dog’s skin is delicate
Prevent ear infections and ease tear stains
We recommend a micro bubble bath once every 3 – 4 weeks.