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WW SOAP - Tail, Mane & Leather Cleaning
Organic ingredients: shea, olive, coconut, citronella, tea tree, eucalyptus, peppermint.

  1. Massage a dollop of ointment, about 1/2 dl, into a dry mane and tail between your hands until the tangles and dirt begin to dissolve. No protective gloves are needed, but it is easier to rub and massage in the necessary nutrient-rich ointment to the tail root.
  2. Leave the ointment on, mane and tail absorb the ointment that protects and strengthens the horsehair. You do not need to rinse the ointment out of the mane and tail. If the horsehair is dirty, dip the next day, the tail in a bucket of warm water and whisk around the tail until all the dirt has come off, change the water and rinse several times until the water is clear.
  3. Rinse the mane by dipping a sponge in hot water, squeeze the horsehair with the sponge, dip the sponge in the water and rinse, repeat several times, change the hot water until the water is clear.
  4. Air dry, then brush mane and tail to desired gloss. If the tail is light and possesses discoloration of example urine, use "Mane and Tail Wash White and glossy" repeat the treatment and let sit with a plastic bag and tail bag, acts as a heat wrap, make sure that the tail root is included in the bag that contributes to heat.

WW SOAP - Horse Massage Wash
Organic ingredients: olive, coconut, palm (RSPO), beeswax, sunflower, tamanu, juniper, myrrh, rosemary, banana, bentonite, rassoul, sodium lactate, sodium hydroxide.

The massage soap soothes, deeply cleanses fur and horsehair. No need to rinse. Wipe off foam and dirt after it has worked for about 10 minutes or longer. Perfect result after a few days with a thicker and shinier hair and fur, a real booster kick!

WW SOAP - Horse & Dog Wash
Organic ingredients: neem, olive, coconut, palm (RSPO), sunflower, pumice, bentonite, eucalyptus, citronella, tea tree, lavender, sodium lactate, sodium hydroxide.

Soap to clean the horse and dogs fur.

  1. Put a bar of soap in a bucket of lukewarm water, stir around approx. 2-3 min. pick up the soap and start swabbing your horse, or ...
  2. Soap directly on a water-rinsed horse with a wet sponge.

WW SOAP - Horse & Dog Skin Cream
Organic ingredients: shea, olive, coconut, neem, sunflower, glycerin (vegetable), btms, tapioca starch, lavender, citronella, tea tree.

Provides extra care for mule, nose, skin, hoof and paw.

WW SOAP - Fur Cleaning 
Organic ingredients: coconut, citronella, rosemary.
Refresh without soaking the entire coat.

  1. Wet a towel with hot water and twist out, spray the coat with Western Wanted Fur Cleaning and rub, wipe back and forth with the wet towel through the entire coat, around the head, ears, back and stomach.
  2. Rinse the dirt out of the towel with warm water a few times, rub through the coat again with the towel. Comb and brush the coat as you normally would.
  3. Now you have a clean and fresh horse/dog that has a boosted coat, and you have a horse/dog that is very satisfied and happy!

WW SOAP - Mohair Cinch Cleaning

  1. Drizzle some soap into a bucket of lukewarm water stir for a while.
  2. Hold the cinch double folded with the side facing the horse's body, inwards and the dirty side outwards. Pull the cinch through the washing water from one buckle to the other buckle until all gravel, sand and salt has been washed away, also clean the buckle if necessary.
  3. Shake the cinch so that all the excess water and gravel is shaken off. Hang up the cinch for air drying, you do not need to rinse out the soap.


What is Chakra?

Just as in humans, there are chakras that are interconnected through channels, the flow in all chakras must be free and uninhibited. "Chakra balancing" is a mentioned method that is intended to create a balance between different "energies" in the chakra system called third eye, throat, heart, solar plexus, sacral, root.