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Care for Your Pet the Natural Way: Instant Noni BioBandage

By: Eric Erickson Thursday October 3, 2013 comments Tags: natural pet care, Instant Noni BioBand, Pets Lavender Noni L, pet care

Most pet owners know what it’s like to care for an injured pet. Injuries to dogs or cats can require bandaging and re-bandaging to protect skin irritations and allow recovery. In addition, older pets can experience joint stiffness that can limit their mobility and their overall vitality. As repeated veterinary treatments grow more and more costly, many pet owners are looking for natural pet care alternatives that they can provide in the comfort of their own home. Applying Pets Noni Bio Bandage to an injured pet can provide soothing relief and help expedite recovery the natural way.

How Hawaiian Organic Noni Can Help

Faced with rising costs, pet skin irritations often do not have time to recover while protected from dirt and other environmental contaminants. Real organic noni can help protect skin irritations and help them recover faster. Pet owners can quickly see many of the effects of the Noni Bio Bandage, including:

  • Soothing Skin Irritations
  • Helping reduce the appearance of blemishes
  • Flexible and Water-Resistent

Noni Bio Bandage can be applied directly to the skin of your pet, and replaced as necessary. Many pet owners augment the use of Noni Bio Bandage with Pets Noni Lotion.

The Hawaiian Organic Noni Difference

In order to preserve the regenerative properties of noni, Hawaiian Organic Noni achieves the highest concentration of enzymes through their slow, low-heat dehydration process. The result is a product with proven ability to slow the aging process and facilitate recovery of sore muscles, joints, or skin irritations.

We all want our furry friends to maintain their youthful vitality as long as possible, and Pets Noni Bio Bandage made with  organic noni, organic aloe juice, and organic oil of rosemary, along with Pets Noni Lotion are both an organic holistic pet care option that is good for your pet and good for your pocketbook.

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