Tea Tree Tonic Shampoo 32 oz
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Perfect for the horse in wet, humid conditions to support smooth, healthy skin and a strong, glossy coat for a clean, happy horse
Promote smooth, healthy skin the natural way with Tea Tree and Eucalyptus Essential Oils. Together, they support healthy skin microflora. White Willow Bark and other topical astringents can dry and soothe skin. Aloe Vera may help ease discomfort associated with temporary skin irritations. Non-detergent, non-stripping, free of artificial colors.
Available in 16oz or 32oz bottle.
Aloe Vera Extract and White Willow Bark have emollient properties that soothe and calm the skin, and provide topical astringent action. Calendula Flower may help ease discomfort caused by temporary skin irritation, while Lavender Essential Oil and Rosemary provide antioxidant protection. Support for normal skin cell turnover is provided by Oregon Grape Root, while Lemon Eucalyptus, Eucalyptus and Tea Tree Essential Oils provide emollient and protective support to help condition broken hair and prickly skin and maintain normal skin flora with gentle, fragrant lather.
Tea Tree Tonic Shampoo will not over-dry the horse’s skin, and leaves the coat glistening and super soft, no need for a conditioner. Due to the purity of Tea Tree Tonic Shampoo, it rinses very quickly and completely.
Free of artificial foaming agents, synthetic preservatives, detergents, and perfumes for naturally soothing baths. Safe to use on faces, manes and tails. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of accidental eye contact, rinse with clear water immediately.
Can be used as often as needed, or with Leave It Be Spray and Salve as a way to condition, soothe and protect skin between baths for daily management. Spray is perfect for rubbed tails, hard to reach underbellies, and in and around ears. Salve has long lasting staying power to help form a protective, water resistant shield.
Directions: Shake well before use. Wet horse thoroughly. Spray shampoo directly onto horse or brush and work through coat. Rinse thoroughly and allow horse to dry completely before returning to stall.
Aloe Vera Juice hasemollient properties that help support a normal skin reaction to temporary irritations. A member of the Lily Family, Aloe Vera has been described in writings dating back to 2100 B.C., and was used across the globe by ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians, as well as Indians and Chinese.
Calendula helps ease discomfort caused by temporary skin irritation. This is the common Marigold, whose use dates back at least to the 15th century when the flowers were used topically on skin irritations.
Coconut Oil helps maintain the moisture content of the skin through medium chain fatty acids that protect against moisture loss through the pores on skin. Coconut Oil also has antimicrobial properties.
Eucalyptus Essential Oil helps maintain normal skin flora. It is a tree indigenous to Australia whose oil was traditionally used as an antiseptic.
Jojoba Oil contains natural fatty acids that promote healthy, strong hair, and is packed with vitamins important for hair and skin health.
Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil shields and soothes insect bites with emollient and protective support while maintaining normal, healthy skin flora. The lemon eucalyptus grows in temperate and tropical northeastern Australia, and the essential oil is extracted from the leaves and twigs.
Lavender Essential Oil helps reduce oxidative stress. The aromatic evergreen is native to the Mediterranean, was traditionally used to support healing, and was mixed with other oils for an antimicrobial effect.
Oregon Grape Root supports normal cellular turnover in skin. The holly-like bush is native to Western North America, particularly the mountainous Pacific Northwest.
Rosemary Extract is an astringent that provides with antioxidant protection. The evergreen shrub is indigenous to the Mediterranean.
Tea Tree Essential Oil helps soothe and dry temporary skin irritations. Tea Tree Oil has a long history of use by the native Australian population, and was first described in writing in the 1700s as a potent antiseptic.
White Willow Bark has a topical astringent action, and has been used in China and Europe dating back to 400 BC.