The go to dandruff shampoo! Definitely needed this a few ti.e and it works a charm. Also i have used this within a mix of other things to help rempve blue hair dye stained in my bleached hair, it actually worked! I can say it is good at removing cradle cap or excessive dandruff from children over 3 years old. I wouldn't use it on a child younger though.
My hair is mostly natural and very long. i have bleached the under half about half way down the shaft. This area i will blend or ripple colors through, i have used purle, pink, blue, and green. All at one time, sometimes more "oil slick' others more "rainbow" punk as expected washes out quickly, honestly ive had it was out while coloring my hair. Blue, oh that blue stays FOREVER, JUST LIKE GREEN. purple this actually sticks around a good amount of time, where the dye is it can last for three months if i only do a quick rince on tbe ends of my hair. The shine is great and the damage minimal, what else could you ask for.
So, the cats have gotten older and had started vomiting their useual wet food. I had remembered this on a late night run to pick up cat food for the hungry animals in the morning. Sheba seemed like a good choice to try since there was a deal and i always wanted to get it for them anyway. I also noticed that the serving sizes are portioned! So instead of dividing up a can or someone over feeding the cats (more vomit) its individually packaged no dividing and no guessing. Best of all! No more vomit!
No, i would not recommend these treats, maybe try them out first. We have one cat here that LOVES these treats. The others not so much. We are not great fans of them here anyway. We had these before when the cats were younger without issue. I'm not sure what it is about them or if the cats are too old for them now, but when the cats eat these particular treats the throw up much more.
I like these treats! They are awesome, like little meat jerky sticks for cats. What i really like about them is that they have little equally spaced dents so that they can be broken apart into smaller peices. When you have multiple cats this is great so that they each have their own little treat out of one stick.