Natural Chemistry Flea Shampoo Review

Natural Chemistry Flea Shampoo

Herbal shampoos are one of the most popular natural flea removal products available in the market. The Natural Chemistry Flea Shampoo

is one of those herbal products that claim to be a safe and effective option to control fleas. The product might be safe and environmental-friendly, but is it effective enough to control fleas?

Using a safe and natural formula, the product has versions made both for cats and dogs. Its botanical formula claims to kill fleas on contact and provide flea protection for up to one week. It boasts a nice combination of essential oils, such as cinnamon, clove and cedar wood, which is believed to be potent enough to kill fleas.

The best feature of the product is the non-inclusion of any harmful chemicals, especially pyrethins. This aspect, together with a safe and environmentally-friendly approach, has qualified Natural Chemistry Flea Shampoo to be exempted from registration under FIFRA (Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act). However, in spite of being literally chemical-free, the product is not registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

The shampoo does not require any complex mixing procedure before application. This ready-to-use product provides simple directions to use. However, the manufacturer suggests users to contact a veterinarian before applying it to newborn kitten or puppy. The suggestions and directions mentioned on the product leaflet are quite helpful to pet owners.

While Natural Chemistry Flea Shampoo is good against fleas, it does not last quite as long when compared to other conventional flea control products. It does kill fleas on contact as claimed, but the effect stays for only a couple days. If you need ongoing and effective flea control, use this shampoo in conjunction with other natural flea control products.



One Response to “Natural Chemistry Flea Shampoo Review”
  1. brandysmom says:

    I actually use this product on my dog and it works just fine. Of course, I’m pretty aggressive about flea control but if I do see one (which happens!) I fill up the sink and grab this product.

    I also spritz her in lemon juice after her bath and the combination of the two seem to do the trick!

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