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ProGroom Launch New Range of Horse Shampoo's and Conditioners

Posted Tuesday, March 06, 2018, Author - Avril Cronk

 

Enhance the wellbeing of your horse's coat with this new range of horse shampoos and conditioners designed by ProGroom for Heiniger. 

 

ProGroom have launched two new ranges of shampoo's and conditioners for horses. 

1) Equine Range - When only the best will do. Gentle, safe formulas using naturally derived ingredients will maintain your horse's coat health. Designed to retain natural oils for maximum shine and gloss. Trialled and used by many renowned horse experts (see testimonials below).

2) Stable Range - Designed to achieve the best results and yet be kind to all large animals. A modern formula using trusted ingredients that a derived from natural sources that cares for all large animal coats, including horses, cows and goats. Available in bulk sizes only.

Testimonials from the experts

EQUINE RANGE

“This range is so much more than great… And believe me I've tried everything currently on the market!

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The Important Role of Conditioners for Dogs

Posted Monday, January 22, 2018, Author - Avril Cronk

A dog’s thick, soft, glossy coat is a reflection of their internal health. In addition to a diet rich in essential fatty acids, hair conditioner is essential. 

Conditioner moisturises hair and has the ability to change the appearance and texture of the hair, making it look shinier and feel softer to the touch. However it also plays a critical role in the keeping skin healthy and less prone to damage.

Understanding the Structure of Hair & Skin

To understand the importance of conditioner, it helps to know a little about hair and skin.

Hair is made up of 3 major layers:

  • Medulla: inner layer
  • Cortex: second layer – this is where moisture gets absorbed and retained
  • Cuticle: outer layer made up of overlapping flat cells like fish scales that protect the cortex

Skin is also made up of 3 major layers:

  • Epidermal: top protective barrier layer
  • Dermal: sponge layer that holds and retains the moisture value...

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