ShowSheen® Original Hair Polish & Detangler has long been a top choice in grooming with a 40-year history of helping horses look and feel their best. The shiny coats, tangle free manes, and flowing tails are expected when it comes to regular application, but we are often asked – is ShowSheen good for my horse’s hair?
You bet it is. The high-quality ingredients in ShowSheen® are proven to protect and condition hair for longer, fuller, manes and tails. We recently put ShowSheen® through independent testing that studied the formula’s effects on hair health, and we were more than pleased with the shining results.
Here’s what we found out:
ShowSheen® is proven to protect hair and reduce breakage by 40%
Horse hair can be fragile and easily broken, but when you apply ShowSheen, you are protecting the hair shafts from breakage and taking a big step towards growing longer, fuller manes and tails.
ShowSheen® is proven to make detangling easier
Who doesn’t want a mane or tail that’s easy to comb through? When you apply ShowSheen and brush through healthy hair, knots and snags are easy to work through, resulting in less breakage.
ShowSheen® is proven to minimize tail breakage
Hair breakage is the enemy of long, full tails! When brushing the tail, you want that potential breakage to be at an absolute minimum. Applying ShowSheen generously and brushing from the bottom-up will protect the hair and keep hairs intact as much as possible.
ShowSheen® improves hair resiliency, and helps resist hair damage due to brushing
Applying ShowSheen helps mane and tail hair hold up to daily life, whether it’s being brushed, washed, windblown, swished, braided, scratched, or yanked on by the cheeky neighbor pony. ShowSheen offers protection for the long term, keeping manes and tails long and full.
So that’s the proof: when you incorporate a spritz of ShowSheen® into your regular grooming routine, you’re not only getting good looks, but you’re also helping to keep hair healthy and strong. Now that’s grooming done right!
*Research results on file, study conducted April 2018.