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Hypo-Allergenic Unbleached & Organic Bamboo Wipes
As Natural As It Can Be 

This is not just any other regular pet wipe - we commit to deliver products with unsurpassed quality, safety and stand for transparency in our pursuit of product development, because you and your loved pets deserve to know what is being applied on the body.

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  • Made from 100% organic bamboo fibre

  • Free from all harsh, harmful and controversial ingredients documented by scientific researches

  • Does not contain any chemicals typically used in the process of manufacturing non-woven fabrics

  • Certified to be fully biodegradable (i.e. does not contain synthetic compounds)

  • Using only high-grade coconut and plant-based ingredients, individually tested for quality and purity

  • Gentle on skin, pH balanced, helps to ease allergies and suitable for all skin types

  • Completely safe for licking when pets self groom

  • Compatible for use with Pets Truly's Colloidal Silver in Electrolyzed Water



  • Paraben

  • Phenoxyethanol

  • Alcohol

  • Chlorine

  • Sulfates

  • Phthalates

  • Dyes

  • Lanolin



  • Chlorphenesin

  • Benzalkonium Chloride

  • Polyaminopropyl Biguanide

  • Dehydroacetic Acid

  • EDTA and its salts

  • Dimethicone

*Read on below to find out more!

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Deionised Water: Type 2 water, purity certified to conform with independent microbial and chemical tests.

Panthenol (Provitamin B5): Deeply moisturises skin and coat, improves skin elasticity, reduces itching and inflammation, and accelerates healing of epidermal wounds.

Coco-Glucoside: Derived purely from coconut oil and fruit sugars, this is the mildest and gentlest surfactant specially catered for cleansing of sensitive skin. It restores the balance of natural oil produced by your pet's skin.

Glycerin (100% vegetable origin): 

Hydrates, soothes and improves skin barrier function. FDA approved for treatment of wounds with its antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties.

Sodium Bicarbonate: Also known as baking soda, it has mild antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, pH control, and deodorising properties.

Oleuropein: Packed with a wealth of amazing pharmacological effects, it protects and promotes healthy fur growth through activation of various intracellular pathways.


There are some evidences that it may cause skin irritation or allergies in some dogs and that it may have links to organ system toxicity. 


It is also is a sensitizer meaning your dog can develop an allergic reaction to it after using it for some time with no problems.

This is a synthetic ingredient that is not allowed by Ecocert for use in natural or organic products.

In a study, both phenoxyethanol and chlorphenesin have been reported to be toxic to corneal and conjunctival epithelial cells, the liver and kidney, as well as to irritate the eye. Results also supported the hypothesis that both compounds are toxic to immortalized human meibomian gland epithelial cells.

Dehydroacetic Acid 

Acute toxicity study via ingestion: Daily oral doses of 200 mg/kg Dehydro- acetic Acid (as Sodium Dehydroacetate) given to each of 4 dogs produced respiratory alkalosis, followed by metabolic acidosis, leading to tremors, convulsions, and death in 2 to 4 days.

This compound affect primarily the central nervous system in dogs. Symptoms include salivation, retching, and vomiting, proceed to ataxia, weakness and stupor, muscle twitching, and convulsions, ending in respiratory failure. Depending on size and route of administration and contact, death may occur anywhere from 24 to 72 hours after receiving a single dose at toxic level. 

Seevers et al reported that a dose of 400 mg/kg Dehydroacetic Acid administered as Sodium Dehydroacetate consistently produced death up to 72 hours later. Onset of ataxia, vomiting, and other symptoms may not occur until several hours after administration


A silicon based ingredient that helps to provide skin conditioning. It is linked to organ system toxicity.


Research has found it can cause dermatitis, particularly eczema, in those with sensitive, dry skin and also has a high irritancy rate for those allergic to preservatives. Research has also show that Chlorphenesin can depress the central nervous system and cause respiratory problems. 

Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC)

BAC is a common ingredient in many household cleaning products, especially antibacterial cleaners, disinfectants and wet wipes. Problems have been seen when cats and dogs get it on their coats, as grooming will lead to high concentrations in the mouth which damage the tissues and lead to severe ulceration of the tongue and mouth.

A research reported that exposure to low doses of BAC increases dextran sodium sulfate (DSS)-induced colonic inflammation and azoxymethane/DSS-induced colon tumorigenesis in mice - exaggerate disease development and has association with cancer.

Polyaminopropyl Biguanide

In a study which Polyaminopropyl Biguanide in ethanol was applied to the skin of mice daily, this compound was classified as a hepatocarcinogen (i.e. attributable cause for liver cancer).

An 80-week chronic toxicity study involving mice (dermal applications 5 days/week), a mortality rate of 75% was reported for the highest dose group (10% Polyaminopropyl Biguanide; 30 mg dose). The exophthalmos observed throughout the study was more severe in this group, compared with the other groups.

When ingested, a 26-week feeding study involving dogs, dietary concentrations of 1500 ppm and 4500 ppm 20% Polyaminopropyl Biguanide produced concentration-related hepatotoxicity and nephrosis - "males exhibited unexpected signs of toxicity, including marked reddening/peeling of scrotal skin, loss of appetite, body weight loss, and/or indications of liver impairment in the form of elevated plasma alanine transaminase and/or aspartate transaminase activities.”

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