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Monday April 21st 2014

New Fine Line of Earth Friendly Equine Grooming Products from ECOLICIOUS EQUESTRIAN

“Have you ever wondered what’s in your horse grooming products? You can find a number of online resources that examine the safety of human personal care products, but you will have to search very hard to find anything related to the safety of equine grooming products. Certain products can be outright hazardous to the health of our animals, our earth, and our health” says Petra Z. McGowan, founder of EcoLicious Equestrian. Petra suggests that you study product labels and beware of so called “natural” products that have only a passing acquaintance with nature.

EcoLicious http://www.ecoliciousequestrian.com/ Equestrian is a fine line of equine grooming products made from 100% natural, naturally derived & organic ingredients. No synthetics such as Sodium Laurel Sulphate, which is toxic to fish and wildlife; no silicones and parabens -suspected carcinogens and other synthetic ingredients such as dyes and artificial fragrances. They are carefully formulated with human grade natural ingredients such as Certified Organic Hemp Oil, Shea Butter, Silk or Avocado and provide superior grooming performance with style. EcoLicious products perform, look great in a grooming tote, smell wonderful and give you the peace of mind, knowing you are protecting your horse, yourself and the earth from toxic overload.

“I love the Sweet Orange scent of EcoLicious products, but the bugs do not. They are great to work with and deliver the kind of results I want for my competition horses, with no worry of compromising their health, the air around my barn or my own health. They are gentle, toxin and chemical free, but work hard” says Elaine Banfield FEI dressage trainer, certified national dressage judge, high performance training coach and rider. And they work just as well when used on people. If I forget my personal “grooming” products when on the road, I can always borrow some from my horse” adds Banfield.

It’s the small changes that bring bigger change, so let’s do something to help our horses & the environment” says Petra. Visit EcoLicious Equestrian http://www.ecoliciousequestrian.com/ to learn more about how you can decrease http://www.ecoliciousequestrian.com/pages/ecolicious_tips.html your carbon hoof print & detox http://www.ecoliciousequestrian.com/pages/detox_horse_grooming.html your grooming routine.

Ride Green!

ABOUT ECOLICIOUS EQUESTRIAN

EcoLicious Equestrian brings a fine line of toxin free equine grooming products to environmentally conscious equestrians and horse owners. The company is committed to minimizing its carbon footprint, providing environmental horse tips while giving back to horses in need, community & environmental causes.

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