Washing the horse's hair should be a pleasant experience for the horse. The use of certain very detergent products will both irritate the skin (particularly reactive in horses) and also gradually break the hair fiber. In addition, due to its living environment, the horse's hair is quickly filled with dust, which gradually makes detangling more complex and the hair more and more dull.
Tea tree shampoo that meets all these requirements. Healthy for the environment, healthy for the skin, natural and incredibly scrubbing. In addition to being a shiny cleansing base, it is also a very soothing treatment, making the shower ordeal particularly pleasant for the horse.
To detangle the horse's mane, a lotion must disintegrate the dust, otherwise it will remain trapped on the mane, coat the mane with active ingredients without any silicone, even vegetable. Then there are the oils. The star oil is broccoli oil. Combined with dry oils, it offers a non-greasy, sheathing and detangling effect over a very long period (the oil does not evaporate).
The perfect detangling brush is flexible and follows the movement of the hair to avoid breakage and preferably detangle in successive layers. The "spikes" should be spaced out to avoid getting stuck in too much tangled hair and pulling.
Horse hair regrowth
With good care like Hairclen™ or Shampoo, the mane will grow back faster and stronger. A tip to stimulate regrowth at the base: apply Cutene™ diluted in a little water every 4 or 5 days on the skin.