This would have to be the gimmick of a lifetime, playing to your need to claw back time and energy.
Wouldn't it be great not to have to wash your dog! But here's the thing...
Now we understand the chemical process required to cleanse both skin and hair well; if we choose not to apply both parts of the process, we cannot restore the skins natural oil equilibrium.
In fact, layering a conditioner or conditioning treatment or mask ON TOP of the skin and hair means rinsing most of the product down the drain. Without absorption, it's also money down the drain.
Product left sitting on top of the skin will also aid in clogging skin pores and weigh the hair down making it dull and oily within just a few days.
Again, think about your own hair!
I'm all for wipes to remove spills, clean jowls, ears or butts - it's convenient. I get that. But if we're looking for the best in skin health and the ability to maintain a supple, hydrated, itch-free pup - then we must realise this method is all in the marketing.
Remember, shampooing your dog regularly cleanses and hydrates skin and hair, helps exfoliate dead skin cells, aids in the removal of shedding hair, and cools, moisturises and protects dry, sensitive, itchy skin.
Massaging a quality conditioner into the coat and skin after a wash closes the hair shaft, smoothing and locking in moisture which is vital for on-going skin health.
Again, consistency of product, method, and daily coat maintenance will give you back so much more in time and money, than any promise of a quick fix.