"The Earth Day will be here in less than two months and we are ditching the plastic and opting for recycled cardboard packaging with the launch of our new Scrub A Dub Dub Butter Soap Bar," says Petra Z. McGowan, CEO & Founder of EcoLicious Equestrian Inc. - a leading company specializing in grooming and horse care products that make horses beautiful. Naturally.
"We already use recycled and recyclable plastics throughout our product line, but our new all natural butter soap bar for horses just begged to be different and go plastic free. We all know that our dependence on plastic is not the ideal solution for the environment, so the newest addition to our line brings together the beautiful marriage of all natural ingredients, heavenly smelling organic orange essential oil, zero plastic and superb results", she adds.
Scrub A Dub Dub Butter Soap Bar is made with African Black Soap known for high level of ultra-moisturizing Shea Butter, which mildly cleanses your horse’s coat without stripping and upsetting the delicate natural skin balance necessary for soft, healthy looking skin and vibrant silky coat. "While it may not the perfect solution for a mud monster of a horse, it is a perfect tool for not so muddy baths, daily touch ups and my personal favorite - for regular tail washing," says McGowan.
Scrub A Dub Dub Butter Soap bar can be purchased at www.ecoliciousequestrian.com or selected fine retailers.
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EcoLicious Equestrian Inc. is a Canadian company specializing in natural total body horse grooming and horse care products. We pride ourselves in offering our customers products that deliver superior grooming results without harsh chemicals. We avoid SLS, parabens, silicones, phthalates, artificial fragrances or formaldehyde releasing agents - ingredients often found in regular grooming products, because we care - about you, your horse and the planet.
Making Horses Beautiful. Naturally.
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