Wild Wash: Wonder Balm
WHY WE LOVE IT
WildWash is renowned for the wonderful natural ingredients they use in their products and the fantastic results they have on the animals that use them. This product is no exception.
We think this is a perfect for horses & ponies with dry, brittle hooves or itchy dry patches on their skin.
Shea Butter is known as “Skin’s Best Friend”. It is an all natural vitamin A cream and has shown to be a superb moisturiser, with exceptional healing properties for the skin.
Sea Buckthorn Oil is extracted from the berries and seeds of the sea buckthorn plant and are known to be great for the skin. It is commonly used on the skin for healing wounds.
Kanuka Oil was originally used by the natives of New Zealand for pain and inflammation and is known as a potent skin-healing oil.
The multipurpose soothing and moisturising Wonder Balm is full these natural ingredients and many more. It can be used as a hoof dressing to help maintain healthy and beautiful hooves or it is perfect for use on hot spots, itchy spots, minor cuts, scrapes and grazes.
WildWash products contain No Parabens, No Phthalates, No Phosphates, No Petrochemicals, No Sulphates, and No PEGs. They use 100% Pure Essential Oils – No Synthetic or Semi Synthetic Fragrances. They guarantee there is No Animal Testing on any of their products, nor on any of the raw ingredients the products contain.
HOW TO USE
Massage into hooves or skin until absorbed. For best results, use daily.
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