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Hydra Secrets Spray Plumaje

Hydra Secrets Spray Plumaje
Hydra Secrets Spray Plumaje
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  • Model 3397
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Liquid moisturizer with biomarine elements, perfect formula for plumage.
Hydra Secrets Spray is the ultimate moisturizing conditioner specifically studied to care for bird plumage.
It is rich in bio-active ingredients that are perfectly suitable for the treatment of the structure of the feathers.
Regular use makes the feathers become visibly brighter and more colorful from the first application.
It contains no chemicals harmful to the health of birds.
- This is a highly professional product ready to use.
- Spray the bird with the product at a distance of 20/30 cm.
- Spray throughout the plumage of the bird and let it dry naturally.
- Repeat the treatment daily for a perfect cleaning.
Hydra Secrets ensures natural and deep colors, especially in birds with a bright and colorful background.
This product is absolutely harmless to birds, can be ingested or sprayed on the eyes without any consequence for the health of the birds.
Mixture of biomarine elements (Chlorella, Laminaria, Corallina, Spirulina), a rich blend of active ingredients that nourish the skin, feathers and legs of birds.
Perfect water-soluble keratin to strengthen the structure of the feathers
A blend of five herbs (plantain, mallow, horsetail, Althea and fenugreek) that create a "cocktail" that moisturizes the skin creating a strong and elastic plumage.
A moisturizing composition - oligosaccharides, natural polysaccharides, elastin, hydrolyzed collagen - which feeds, nourishes, restructures and makes plumage brighter.
Medicinal Aloe provides additional protection against insect bites.
FORMAT: 600 ml.

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