Mane 'n Tail® Detangler 12 oz.
The exclusive pH balanced Detangler formula is easy to use and helps eliminate tangles and knots along with the appearance of dry split ends. Mane ‘n Tail® Detangler contains additional conditioning and styling benefits that makes your hair easily manageable while adding a rich and luxurious shine.
MANE 'N TAIL® DETANGLER
- The solution for hard to comb hair.
- Eliminates tangles & dry split ends while adding additional conditioning benefits.
- Hair becomes easily manageable.
- Produces a rich & luxurious shine.
- pH balanced.
can this be used on horses?
The human Detangler would not harm the horse but as always, “we do not have data to prove that.”
Date published: 2017-03-10
How do you remove over spray from wood floors?
Sop up the puddled stuff with a paper towel. Spread the remainder around with a new paper towel. I don't think it's bad for wood , in the small quantities that remain. If you are picky about your wood, then get out the cleaner you trust and use that, because soap absorbs some silicone oil. Last resort is some powder with massive surface area, soft enough not to scratch your floor. Maybe cornstarch. Just leave some on for a while, then sweep or wipe it off. Just my guess.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Is it safe to leave in?
Mane ‘n Tail Detangler Spray can be applied to dry or damp hair. Work through hair with wide tooth comb or brush. DO NOT RINSE. Style as usual.
Date published: 2016-11-08
does this product have silicones?
We use Dimethicones in our Detangler. Dimethicone is in the silicone class of ingredients. Dimethicone conditions and lubricates which is what helps detangle the hair.
Date published: 2016-09-03
Is this safe to use on dogs? I have a Pomeranian, and I'd like to know if I could use this on her.
Although this product is in our human use beauty product line it can be used on dogs. For most dogs a light application is all that is necessary. After grooming, we would suggest that you go over the coat with a damp cloth to remove any excess.
Date published: 2016-09-30