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Is that tail all itchy?

Use the “Scrub” to stop the “Rub” for a fuller mane and tail with Big & Sexy Tail Scrub by Aloe Advantage. This highly exfoliating and moisturizing sea salt “scrub” with essential oils gently lifts dry and dead skin cells from the crest of the horse’s mane and from the base to the dock of the horse’s tail leaving rich essential moisture to aid in the optimum growth of beautiful manes and tails. Not only is this product all natural and highly effective at exfoliating the skin to stimulate healthy and enhanced hair growth its also pleasant for the groomer with its outrageous Lemon Grass aroma! Your hands will feel like you just came from the spa….everyone benefits with Big & Sexy Tail Scrub!

To make this the total spa experience use Lemon Grass with Aloe Body Wash. Be sure to ask for these new products at your local feed, farm and tack stores. http://www.AloeAdvantage.com / 1-800-821-5570

 

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