Naturally White Soap Bar For Horses & Hounds With Soap Mesh Drawstring Bag 2 pack- contains 2 bars of soap and 1 mesh drawstring bag.
This very soft double strength nylon mesh bag is great for hanging a used soggy, wet bar and storage in a tack room or float/truck after use. You can also use the soap inside the bag, to get a good lather to use on your horses or dogs coat and tails, then hang to dry for next time.
Our Naturally White Soap Wash For Horses & Hounds – Is hand-made and is 100% natural. The base plant oils are sunflower oil, olive oil and coconut oil with added finely ground NZ organic volcanic pumice and gold certified essential plant oils. We do not use chemicals, alcohol or preservatives. Due to the soaps high pH balance we do not have to add in chemical preservatives. We also lovingly make these soaps in small quality batches by hand and not by machines! So there is no problem with shelf life or cheap undisclosed commercial ingredients.
The natural ingredients and certified essential plant oils in our Naturally White Soap Wash are antimicrobial, antiseptic and anti-fungal. The cleansing soap is naturally formulated to help with skin disorders, mud fever, rain scald and bacterial skin complaints. Excellent for white horses with the cleansing and conditioning properties of coconut oil which bring out the beauty and whiteness of their tails, manes, and coats in one rinse. No more need for purple shampoos! Will whiten in one go ‘Naturally’, without the chemicals and blue stains caused by using purple shampoos. The most economical and natural solution on the market to whitening horses and dogs coats with the added bonus of a naturally healthy glistening coat.Horse Soap, dog soap, wash bar, horse shampoo, dog shampoo, natural dog soap, pet soap
Can be used on all coloured horses and dogs as it’s a 100% natural formulated herbal and essential oil plant soap to treat skin and coat conditions.
Active Ingredients in our Naturally White Soap Wash for Horses & Hounds contain:
Base of finely ground organic volcanic pumice, certified gold plant essential oils, dried herbs, sunflower oil and coconut oil
Lavender oil repels bugs and takes the sting away from bites. It is a natural antiseptic and anti-bacterial oil with good antioxidant properties.
Tea tree has anti-fungal, antiseptic/bacterial properties which aid with insect bites. This oil is also used extensively for its insect repellent properties.
Peppermint is an emollient and astringent and is stimulating, cleansing, restorative and healing.
Chamomile relaxes sore muscles, fights infection and promotes healing.
Neem oil has natural insecticidal properties and is a natural vegetable oil extracted from the Neem tree in India. The leaves, seeds and seed oil of the Neem tree contain sallanin, a compound which has effective mosquito repelling properties.
Eucalyptus oil is also used in antiseptic and germicidal disinfectants because of its pleasant odor and its effectiveness in killing bacteria. Eucalyptus oil has great medicinal value due to its anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It helps to keep pets clean of fleas, ticks, and lice.
Lemongrass oil helps with infections and keeps the family pet flea and tick free and smelling nice.
HARD AND SOFT WATER:
If you have a ‘HARD WATER’ supply, it means the water contains dissolved compounds such as calcium, magnesium, sulphates, chlorides and iron. Untreated water is likely to be a lot harder. This means that when the water is added to the soap, there will be little to no lather depending on the amount of compounds present.
If you live in an urban or developed area you are likely to have access to a treated water supply- which has been stripped of all these compounds and only contains sodium (hence the not so nice taste to town water!). This water is called ‘SOFT WATER’ and will cause soap to lather up beautifully when water is added, tank water is also likely to be soft water as rain is naturally soft to begin with.
If you do have a hard water supply the cleaning effectiveness of our soap may not be as good as it would be in soft water. However leaving the product on for around 5-10 minutes before rinsing and doing a second wash should remedy this problem.