Free Shipping Within Metro Manila on Selected Items

Free Shipping Within Metro Manila on Selected Items

Pet Ness Beauty now offers free shipping on selected pet items for Metro Manila orders starting September 12, 2017. Conditions for our free shipping will be as follows: There will be no minimum amount of order required to avail the free shipping promo. Items entitled to free shipping are tagged with “Free Shipping Within Metro Manila” in the image product. Items entitled to free shipping will not be included in the shipping fee computation if your cart includes an item that is not entitled for a free shipping. Only the items not entitled for free shipping will be charged with shipping fee. If all the items in your cart are entitled to a free shipping, you will see the free shipping option upon checkout. Free shipping applies to Sonic Express shipping only. Shipping address must be within Metro Manila...
Free Shipping Promo

Free Shipping Promo

Pet Ness Beauty is bringing the Free Shipping Promo back as we celebrate the victory of 2015 Miss Universe Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach. Pet Ness Beauty will be offering a free shipping promo within Metro Manila on selected pet items. The free shipping promo will run from December 23, 2015 to January 31, 2016. Conditions for our free shipping promo will be as follows: Pet products considered as large package shipment (indicated in the product description) are not included in the free shipping promo. A minimum order of Php500.00 must be made to avail the free shipping promo. Items entitled to free shipping will not be included in the shipping fee computation if your cart includes an item that is considered as large package shipment. Only the large package items will be charged with shipping fee. If all the items in your cart are entitled to free shipping, you will see the free shipping option upon checkout. Examples of items that are considered as large package shipment are dog food and gallon sizes. Free shipping applies to LRC Express shipping only. Shipping address must be within Metro Manila, Philippines only. Use code FSMU2015 to avail the free shipping promo. No code entered, no free shipping...
What is Skin Barrier Deficiency And Why Should You Care?

What is Skin Barrier Deficiency And Why Should You Care?

This is an article written by Arlene Muzquiz of Pure Paws which I had to share with you: Does your dog constantly display evidence of redness, rashes or even broken skin? It could be the result of a Skin Barrier Deficiency and not just a simple rash. The skin is the largest organ on the body and plays a large roll in health care and how the body responds to the environment. Skin protects the body and forms a barrier between the dog and the environment it lives in by preventing invasions of pathogens, pollutants and repelling chemical and physical assaults on the body. It also prevents unregulated loss of water and solutes. In dog’s with constant skin problems, the under laying cause can be a deficiency in the skin barrier. Some common skin issues we see in dogs are: 1. Dandruff 2. Hot Spots 3. Atopic Dermatitis 4. Staphylococcus Something else to be aware of: Skin Barrier Deficiency has also been theorized to be a root problem with food allergies, caused by microscopic spores from grains that have been able to penetrate the skin barrier. The skin is a complex organ that needs to be cared for and protected just like every other major organ in the body. Healthy skin is a direct reflection of a healthy dog. Many factors can effect how the body can react and cause changes in the skin. These factors can be external or internal. For example: A) Internal Factors: Pregnancy, Hormones, Vaccinations, Surgery, Stress B) External Factors: Environmental Exposures, Poor Skin Care, Sun Damage More often than not, a Skin Barrier Deficiency...
How To Properly Dilute a Conditioner

How To Properly Dilute a Conditioner

Getting lumps while diluting your conditioner? You might be mixing your conditioner the wrong way. If you put cold water first then conditioner, you will really have a hard time mixing your conditioner with water not unless you use a blender or a mixer. The conditioner will not totally dissolve in water. You will get lumps. The proper way to dilute your conditioner is to use a hot water. Dissolve your conditioner using a small amount of hot water. And when it is dissolved completely, you can now add cold water to it and mix again. Another useful tips about conditioner: When using conditioner, you need to wet the coat using lukewarm water to keep the hair shafts open so that the conditioner can penetrate into the cuticles and the cortex. If you use tap water in diluting your conditioner, the solution should be used within 24 hours. If you use distilled water in making the solution, you can use it up to a week or two provided that the container used has been properly...
Why Dish Washing Liquids Not Good For Your Dog

Why Dish Washing Liquids Not Good For Your Dog

I have heard of some using dish washing liquids on their pets. It also became a popular topic in dogs previously. Is it really safe to use dish washing liquids on your pet? If you are going to ask us, we do not and will not recommend it.  Want to know why? Here are some reasons on why you should not use Dawn dish soap (or any other dish soap) on dogs: Dog’s pH is 7, Human’s pH is 5.5, Dawn’s pH is 9 Application of a product with the wrong pH will disrupt the skin’s acid mantel, creating an environment where bacteria, parasites and viruses can run rampant. Dawn will dry and strip the skin and coat of all natural oils on skin. Remember, it is “tough on grease”.  A dry coat will result in coat breakage, flaking skin and dull color with no sheen. Canine skin is thin and sensitive and more susceptible to damage than human skin.  That is one of the reasons it has a protective covering of fur. Damage to the skin will result in damage to the coat. Here is also a direct answer from Dawn Dish on why it is not ok to use hand dish washing liquid on your pets: “We have not tested the product for this so we cannot recommend it. The product may irritate your pet’s skin.There are many products on the market designed specifically for cleaning pet skin, hair and fur without upsetting their natural chemistry.You should ask a vet or a pet specialist for advice on cleaning your pet.” So for those of you that still want to...