Royal Treatment?

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  1. BigSky

    BigSky Working on the ranch

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    Lucas just got a birthday present from his "grandparents."

    It's shampoos from Royal Treatment. Says it's made in Italy and has all fancy ingredients. Looks better than the stuff I use on myself.

    Does anyone know this stuff? Their site is fancy, too, but I want the facts before I put it on Lucas. Anybody used it before?

    Thanks.
     
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    I don't know that I have ever heard of it, but I would probably be anxious to try it. Is it a gentle type, medicated etc? Whats the name of the website? I want to check it out.
     
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    I've used it. Got free samples of it from someplace. Gave Rosey really dry skin and bad dandruff. She was so itchy, at first we thought she may have fleas.
     
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    Yikes! You're scaring me, Jess.

    The site is getroyaltreatment[dot]com. It is run by an Italian prince. Apparently he's also famous for being on The Bachelor if you're into that sort of thing.

    Now I don't know what to do. I hate to just toss it and I'm sure my folks will ask about it when we talk this weekend.

    Anybody else?
     
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    An Italian prince? Now I think it sounds like some sort of a scam type site.
     
  6. BigSky

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    Ha ha!

    Nah, he's really a prince. He was on "the Bachelor." Not that I watched it.

    http://en.wikipedia[dot]org/wiki/Lorenzo_Borghese
     
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    Which scent did they get? It's fine to link to a website here. The only time you want to do [dot] is if you're typing an e-mail.
    The ingredients look fine, if a bit heavy on scented oils, but they have so many it's hard to know unless I know exactly which one I'm looking at!
     
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    I won't put anything on any of my dogs unless its a reputable brand. Otherwise I feel like I am taking chance of damaging their coats.
     
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    dogsarebetter EVIL SHELTIES!!!!

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    I just looked at the shampoos on their website. It looks like a VERY good shampoo. I'd use it in a heart beat. Honestly it has the best ingredients I have ever seen in a shampoo. I am sure its too pricey to use at my grooming shop, or I would get some!
     
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    dogsarebetter EVIL SHELTIES!!!!

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    dogsarebetter EVIL SHELTIES!!!!

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    you know, it might! If I seen the shampoo in a store I will give it a try
     
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    Wow, sorry I was gone from the boards for so long. I didn't think people ever really read my posts!

    Thanks for the opinions. The shampoos in question are the Italian vanilla milk and the Italian coconut & vanilla. Sure do smell good.

    I used one on Lucas and he seemed very happy. So far his coat looks good and he doesn't seem to have any reactions -- course, it's only been about 8 hours.

    So I guess that prince got it right. And yeah -- the stuff is pricey. Don't know if I'd buy it for Lucas regularly, but it sure makes a good gift!
     
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    Well, the Borghese cosmetics are awesome. I've used them before and wish I could afford them now!
     
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    yes its too expensive. but its worth for the pay..
     

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