natural lavender shampoo - 500ml


  • low lathering, easy rinse, coat and mane shampoo

  • leaves your horse with a soft, shiny coat

  • made with salon quality cleansers

  • and therapeutic-grade lavender essential oil

  • gentle, pH balanced, non drying formula that's kind to skin

  • no colourings or artificial fragrances

  • made to human cosmetic standards

  • sulphate and paraben free

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £9.50

Special Price £7.95

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Easy rinse lavender shampoo

Our hedgewitch has selected gentle, high quality natural cleansers made from coconut and plant sugars (used in baby shampoos and are Ecocert approved).

The shampoo is low lathering and extremely easy to rinse off, leaving your horse with a fantastically soft, shiny and squeaky-clean coat. One rinse is usually enough.

Ideal for getting ready for competitions and shows where you need to plait a mane and don’t want soap residue making it like plaiting eels.

She has also added therapeutic grade lavender essential oil which is soothing to the skin, with natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Lavender is also known to have a calming effect, especially on horses with nervous anxiety.

All in an eco-friendly biopolymer bottle made from sustainable sugar cane waste - i'm green.

No artificial colourings or fragrances. Sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS) and paraben free.

Exactly what's inside
Aqua, cocamidopropyl betaine (from coconut), decyl glucoside (from plant sugars), acrylates copolymer, lavender (Lavandula augustifolia) essential oil, sodium hydroxide, phenoxyethanol, ethylhexglycerin, citric acid, naturally occurring linalool, limonene.

How to use
Pour 3-4 capfuls into an empty bucket then add half a bucket (6lts) of water for maximum foaming. For stubborn stains, apply a small quantity of shampoo directly to the coat.

Precautions
As when using any essential oil, do not use if pregnant or apply to in-foal mares without first seeking professional advice.

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