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Product Reviews

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Eloe Skin Oil

Eloe is a “natural, non-toxic, easy to apply, fragrance-free, hypoallergenic” bottled topical treatment, made from, “a blend of mixed tocopherals (Vitamin E), aloe vera, and Safflower oil” for “softening and healing skin, reducing scar tissue, and encouraging hair regrowth.” Made by Synergy Oils.

March 4th, 2012|Skin Treatments|1 Comment

Seaweed Supplements

Any generic feed supplements produced from seaweed or kelp for coat conditioning and hair growth.

According to Horse-Advice.com:
“In the Orkney Islands, off the mainland of Scotland, it was noticed that sheep grazing on seaweed were generally in better overall condition and had more resistance to illness, especially coughs and respiratory problems such as COPD and SPAOD. This led to […]

March 4th, 2012|Coat Enhancers, Hair Care|1 Comment

Shapley’s Mane Tail Groom (M-T-G)

 

“Original M-T-G has been providing quick and effective relief from numerous skin ailments since 1938! Originally formulated for humans, this safe and easy to use product is the only one needed for relief from a variety of bacterial and fungal skin problems, such as : • Rain Rot • Scratches • Girth Itch • Sweet […]

March 4th, 2012|Hair Care, Skin Treatments|2 Comments

Black-as-Knight

Coat-darkening feed supplement that, “protects against that burnt orange look on blacks and bays.” Made from, “spices, natural oils, Western South Dakota Chopped Wheat Hay, five seaweeds and other natural ingredients.”
“Completely natural, Black-As-Knight is not a harsh chemical dye. Instead, feed this delicious supplement and the health filled ingredients that are incorporated into the hairs […]

March 4th, 2012|Coat Enhancers, Uncategorized|3 Comments
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