The Tea Tree & Eucalyptus bar from PIPPA is a natural and handmade shampoo for horses. The shampoo bar contains tea tree and eucalyptus and thus supports the skin with insect bites and itching. The ingredients naturally contain calming properties and are therefore ideal for supporting troubled skin.
Tea Tree & Eucalyptus shampoo bar for horses
The PIPPA Tea Tree and Eucalyptus bar is a natural shampoo bar that helps your horse when having a troubled skin. The shampoo bar contains tea tree and eucalyptus. Tea tree works naturally antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. It is therefore very suitable when having bug bites, or itches when having allergies, or midges. Just like tea tree, has eucalyptus anti-inflammatory properties. Tea Tree and eucalyptus both contain olive-, coconut-, and almond oil that helps to hydrate the skin.
Washing your horse with a PIPPA Shampoo bar
A shampoo bar is the perfect and easiest way to wash your horse. With the delivered washing bag it is even easier to wash your horse and to soap your horse. First wet your horse and the shampoo bar thoroughly, and then make circular movements with the shampoo bar on the coat to massage the shampoo in well. As a final step, rinse your horse and use a sweat scraper and towel to remove all water from the coat. The Tea Tree & Eucalyptus shampoo bar lasts about 10 to 15 washes. Did you only wash the legs or tail, and not the entire horse’s body? Then the shampoo bar will last a lot longer.
- For the care and softening of the skin in case of insect bites
- Soothes the skin and cares for the coat (such as the base of the tail)
- Cleanse, moisturize and cares for the skin.
- The coconut and almond oil provide a nice shine
Saponified olive oil, saponified BIO coconut oil, saponified almond oil, green clay, BIO eucalytus globulus oil & tea tree oil
- 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!