PIPPA Honey and Propolis is a natural and handmade shampoo bar. The shampoo bar is made with olive-, coconut-, and almond oil and it also contains honey and Propolis. It supports the recovering ability of the skin and is therefor very suitable for horses with dry, rough, or irritated skin.
PIPPA Honey & Propolis shampoo bar for horses
The Honey and Propolis shampoo bar is a natural shampoo that is very suitable for horses with dry, rough, or irritated skin. The shampoo bar contains propolis. Propolis is also known as a sealant as it is a gluey substance that bees make to close off hives. It works naturally as an antibacterial, and disinfectant and it works to stimulate the immune system. This way helps propolis to recover the skin very well. The honey and propolis shampoo bar also contains honey with is known for its soothing and healing effects when having dry or irritated skin.
How to wash your horse with a PIPPA shampoo bar
Washing your horse with the PIPPA Honey & Propolis shampoo bar is very easy. Each shampoo bar comes with a handy washing bag which can be used to put in the shampoo bar. This way the shampoo bar does not slip out of your hands and you can massage the shampoo into the coat while scrubbing. First of all, wet your horse with lukewarm water and also wet the shampoo bar in the laundry bag. Then use the shampoo bar to soap your horse well. The shampoo will foam on its own. Rinse your horse afterwards and dry the coat with a sweat scraper and/or towel.
The Honey & Propolis shampoo bar lasts an average of 10 to 15 washes. Did you only wash your horse’s legs, tail or dirty spots? Then the shampoo bar will last much longer. The shampoo bar is also suitable for dogs.
- Supports the skin’s regenerative capacity
- Care for rough, red, chapped or dry skin
- Cleanses, moisturizes and cares for the skin and coat
- For cracks in the pastern cavity or on the skin
- The coconut and almond oil provide a beautiful shine
Saponified Olive Oil, Saponified BIO Coconut Oil, Saponified Almond Oil, Raw BIO Honey, BIO Propolis.
- Wet your horse or a part of the body
- Put the shampoo bar in the washing bag and wet it as well
- Rub the area that has to be washed and the foam comes naturally
- Rinse well with water afterwards
Important after use! Remove the soap from the sachet and rinse the sachet. Let both dry separately. (the soap stays wet longer in the bag, so the soap will last less long). A bar weighs approximately 180 grams and lasts approximately 10-15 washes when you wash your horse completely. If you only occasionally wash a stain on the buttock, a pair of legs or a tail, the bar will of course last much longer!