CHF 37,00 CHF 29,90

Hair polishing and detangling of tail and mane.

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Vetrolin Shine is a product specifically formulated to reinforce and revive the natural colors of any type of coat. The conditioning agents enriched with Vitamin B5 form a thin film that prevents the accumulation of dust and dirt on the coat, on the tail and on the mane. It is essential to maintain proper hygiene from the horse so that no area can become the ideal soil for the development of any bacteria and fungi, which can spread rapidly on the horse’s coat, leading to widespread skin diseases such as fungal infections, especially when the horse’s immune defenses are reduced due to various types of stress.


The protein-rich conditioning agents penetrate deeply into the hair, repair split ends, give shine to the coat and maintain the natural degree of moisture of the skin favoring elasticity. The conditioning agents are asked to carry out the functions of natural sebum, ie reduce static electricity, increase the brightness of the coat, without bringing about the negative characteristics of sebum. Vitamin B5, or pantothenic acid, plays the role of preventing the aging of the coat and the appearance of vitiligo. Pantothenic acid also protects against cell damage caused by excessive amounts of radiation. PABA or Para-Amino Benzoico Acid is not a B-complex vitamin, but is closely linked to this vitamin complex. Studies show that PABA plays an important role in maintaining skin health and hair pigmentation. PABA is known for its exceptional ability to filter sunlight, which is why it is an important component of many cosmetic products. In fact, sunscreens are substances that help protect the skin from ultraviolet radiation emitted by the sun (U.V.A. and U.V.B.), which by inducing the formation of harmful free radicals accelerate dehydration and aging of the skin.


Before applying Vetrolin Shine, we recommend shampooing with Vetrolin Bath or with Vetrolin Body Wash. After removing any water residue, spray a layer of Vetrolin Shine over the entire horse and brush in the fur direction.