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Dog shampoo with emu oil

Dog shampoo with emu oil

Hi, I am using an emu oil product by a brand called "emu" in my horse's coat. I was told that this type of emu oil product could be used for dry or oily coats, but never to use on a horse with dry skin.

My horse has a very dry skin. When I have shampooed her using this product it has made her skin feel really greasy. After the shampoo is applied her skin is very slick.

Now I am using shampoo on her with no emu oil and her skin seems a lot better, but if I try to apply it with the emu oil the skin feels greasy.

Can anyone tell me if emu oil products should be used with a shampoo? It seems to make her skin greasy, I just want to make sure that I am using it correctly and it is working for her.

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I don't have a product for sale, but I will try to answer your question anyway. The reason that some emu oil products would work with a shampoo is that they have ingredients in them that are similar to sebum. Emu oil is high in vitamin E. The emu oil would help to absorb any shampoo ingredients. There are oils and shampoos out there with active ingredients that are good for oily skin. It's not only emu oil that can help with this problem. There are so many great options out there to choose from, you can find just about any type of shampoo that you like!

I am no expert on horse shampoo but I just wanted to add that your description of your horse's skin after the shampoo is not normal. Your horse needs to be washed, not shampooed. A horse shampoo should be used on a dirty, dirty coat, not on a shiny coat.

I hope that I answered your question but if not please don't hesitate to ask.

I am not sure that it will work for your horse's hr, but you may want to look at a shampoo specifically designed for wet, dry hr. One brand that is one of my favorites is called Cetaphil Shampoo for Horses. It has a great scent and I don't think it makes my horse's hr greasy at all.

I don't know if you're planning on grooming your horse, but I would highly recommend that you don't use a product that will make her skin greasy. That will cause her to get an oily buildup on her coat, which will make her coat greasy in the long run, and make her skin greasy. If you can keep her hr dry while applying the shampoo, that would probably be best for her.

I don't have a product for sale, but I will try to answer your question anyway. The reason that some emu oil products would work with a shampoo is that they have ingredients in them that are similar to sebum. Emu oil is high in vitamin E. The emu oil would help to absorb any shampoo ingredients. There are oils and shampoos out there with active ingredients that are good for oily skin. It's not only emu oil that can help with this problem. There are so many great options out there to choose from, you can find just about any type of shampoo that you like!

I am no expert on horse shampoo but I just wanted to add that your description of your horse's skin after the shampoo is not normal. Your horse needs to be washed, not shampooed. A horse shampoo should be used on a dirty, dirty coat, not on a shiny coat.

I hope that I answered your question but if not please don't hesitate to ask.

Thank you! I haven't used a shampoo on my horse since we got her in January. I have only used the emu oil products that we have used in the past and I have found that they do help with the skin.

I have been using the emu oil products as the only shampoo. I would like to try to use the shampoo agn but I am worried about it making her skin feel greasy. I want to make sure that I am not making the problem worse.

Thanks for the info, I had no idea that the shampoo I used would make her skin greasy. I am going to try the Cetaphil shampoo and see how that works. It sounds like that is the best solution.

I am no expert on horse shampoo but I just wanted to add that your description of your horse's skin after the shampoo is not normal. Your horse needs to be washed, not shampooed. A horse shampoo should be used on a dirty, dirty coat, not on a shiny coat.

I hope that I answered your question but if not please don't hesitate to ask.

Thank you! I haven't used a shampoo on my horse since we got her in January. I have only used the emu oil products that we have used in the past and I have found that they do help with the skin.

I have been using the emu oil products as the only shampoo. I would like to try to use the shampoo agn but I am worried about it making her skin feel greasy. I want to make sure that I am not making the problem worse.

Thanks for the info, I had no idea that the shampoo I used would make her skin greasy. I am going to try the Cetaphil shampoo and see how that works. It sounds like that is the best solution.

I would definitely recommend using a shampoo.

Hmmm... I wonder what your emu oil is formulated with? I'd like to know what the ingredients are and where the active ingredients are.

I'm no expert on horse shampoos but I would recommend using a shampoo formulated for a wet or dry coat. If you do use a shampoo, make sure to read the label. Some shampoos will make a horse's skin greasy when you apply them.

My husband's horse was a very greasy hred, dry skin horse. When he used a shampoo on her, her skin felt very greasy. They tried different shampoos but all of


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