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Yvonne Kal creator of Come Clean, pop culture soaps, will join Jon and Talkin' Pets at 630 PM EST on 6/27/15 to discuss and give away her pet soap line Featured

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I created Come Clean because of my love for beauty products was conflicting with my journey towards wellness. Was it possible to have something beautiful, effective and free of harsh chemicals? Yes! Check out “Come Clean” – pop culture soap, a beauty essential with attitude. These whimsical bath soaps pay homage to the most important pillars in pop culture today – New York, fashion, pets, music and media. Through research and experimentation, I have formulated a moisturizing glycerin bar that is safe for both humans and dogs. Come Clean Soap is safe to use as a hand or body soap for people and also a 'shampoo' bar for pets. 

The ingredients are all made in the USA. 

My Inspiration: 

I love my dog and like all dog owners, there is always a product you wish existed.  Being the owner of a short hair white dog for the past 9 years has taught me a lot! White dogs, like all other dogs, get dirty and require baths. If your dog is lucky enough to share your car, sofa, bed and home – my very special All Natural Dirty Dog Shampoo Bar will change your life! It is created with drops of 100% pure essential oils to naturally repel fleas and ticks, provide relaxing aromatherapy, blended with human grade moisturizing gentle glycerin soap – hand poured with love.  

Bath time should be fun, stress free and quick. A 10-15 minute bonding spa session is what every dog deserves. The first experience I can remember about picking a puppy and making him 'mine' was the very first bath. 

Wash your dog regularly with this soap to keep their coat clean and skin healthy and dandruff free. The coconut oil helps decrease seasonal shedding as well.

Keep away from eyes.

Some of the soaps feature the American Pit Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier, American Bull Dog, English Bull Dog, Doberman, Rottweiler, Pug, Chihuahua, Mix Breeds and more!  – these are the most common abandoned and rescued dogs in shelters across United States and Canada who bring immeasurable love to their new families.

Adopt a dog and save a life (and don't forget to wash him/her) <3 ! 

xoxo Yvonne & my dog Jacob 

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