Soothing & Calm Shampoo
SOOTHING & CALM Shampoo is formulated with natural, organic and plant-based ingredients to soothe, nourish and clean your horses’ sensitive skin and coat with every application.
The ingredients used can act as a protective barrier to retain and restore hydration levels to your horses’ skin that may assist in the natural skin regeneration and hair re-growth process.
The pure botanical ingredients in this formula was based on skin conditions caused by excessive sweating, bald patches due to saddle, tack or blanket rubbing and itching associated with dry flaky skin and irritation caused by insect bites.
The presence of the natural soothing agents in this formula, can also help reduce irritation after clipping.
All our products are pH balanced to suite the equine families sensitive skin.
"In this Botanical formulation, we used Certified Organic Cehami Extract (Australian Native), Aloe Vera juice and one of our unique Flower Aromatic™, Equine Aromatherapy blends; that aim to ease feelings of tension and promote a calm and relaxed atmosphere for your horse.”
AUSTRALIAN MADE AND OWNED
NATURAL, ORGANIC & PLANT-BASED INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE:
Wet your horses coat with water. Apply a generous amount of SOOTHING & CALM Shampoo on a damp sponge and massage it all over your horses’ body, mane and tail. Leave on for 5 minutes, before rinsing off thoroughly.
For best results use SOOTHING & CALM Conditioner directly after shampooing.
Our SOOTHING & CALM Aloe Vera Gel and Spray can be used in-between washes.
STORAGE: Always Close the lid after use. Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.
CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. For equine use only. Always patch test the product first before use. Avoid Contact with eyes, lips, inside of ears and sensitive areas (human & equine). In the rare event of an adverse reaction, discontinue use. Consult your doctor if pregnant or veterinarian before using on pregnant or lactating mares.
For External Animal Use Only
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.