Leave It Be Spray 16oz
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Potent topical equine herbal spray to soothe and cool temporary equine skin irritations
Perfect to calm, ease and support healthy skin the natural way for smooth skin and a normal, healthy coat, mane and tail. Suggested minimum trial period is 3 applications.
Brimming with 10 powerful herbs, botanicals and moisturizing oils to topically calm and soothe the skin, and may help ease discomfort caused by temporary skin irritations. Tea Tree Essential Oil and Thyme help maintain normal skin micro flora and calm irritated skin to support healthy, strong hair growth and normal skin hydration. Dries clear and will not leave a residue.
For a healthy, shiny coat, mane and tail and a happy horse, use between shampoos to help moisturize and support relief for uncomfortable, rubbed-out bald spots, insect bites and scruffy tails, the natural way.
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Chickweed, Thyme, Arnica, Chamomile and Calendula Flowers topically calm and cool the skin, support a normal inflammatory reaction and may help ease discomfort caused by temporary skin irritation. Aloe Vera, Comfrey, White Willow Bark and Elderberry provide topical emollient and astringent action to help maintain normal skin flora. For a silky skin and coat, and a happy horse, Tea Tree Essential oil helps condition prickly skin and calm scruffy tails with this gentle, fragrant spray.
Perfect between shampoos for rubbed tails, hard to reach underbellies, and in and around ears. Can be used alone, or in conjunction with shampoo and salve as often as needed alone to clean, condition and soothe the skin. Shampoo soothes and cools the skin all over, washing away irritants to leave your horse clean and glossy. Salve has longer lasting staying power to help form a protective, water resistant shield.
Directions: Shake well before each use. Spray generously over affected areas. If using in conjunction with the salve, spray entire area, allow to dry, then spread salve over sprayed area to provide extra topical skin cooling and form a protective barrier. When using for tail rubbing, recommended application period is every 2 to 3 days.
Aloe Vera Juice hasemollient properties that helps support a normal skin reaction to temporary irritations. A member of the Lily Family, it has been described in writings dating back to 2100 B.C., and used across the globe by ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians, as well as Indians and Chinese.
Arnica is a plant in the sunflower family with use dating back to at least the 16th century. Traditionally used for bruises, sprains and sore muscles, Arnica helps support a normal inflammatory cytokine cascade.
Calendula helps ease discomfort caused by temporary skin irritation. This is the common Marigold, whose use dates back at least to the 15th century when the flowers were used topically on skin irritations.
Chamomile Flowersupports a normal inflammatory reaction. It is a common, creeping, flowering plant that has been in use since ancient Greeks and Egyptians.
Chickweed is used topically to soothe and cool temporary skin irritations. Chickweed is a ubiquitous wild flower found throughout the temperate regions of the globe, with use dating back to the ancient Greeks.
Comfrey is emollient and astringent, and helps maintain normal skin micro flora. Comfrey’s written history dates back to the ancient Greeks who thought it had been in use for at least 2000 years.
Elderberry can be used as a topical emollient for skin to help ease temporary discomfort. From the Elder tree, it is native to Europe with a history of use extending to medieval times.
Tea Tree Essential Oil helps soothe and dry temporary skin irritations. This oil has a long history of use by the native Australian population, and was first described in writing in the 1700s as a potent antiseptic.
Thymehelps maintain normal skin micro flora. The herb was recorded by the ancient Greeks and Romans with a long history of use as a skin antiseptic.
White Willow Bark has an astringent action topically, and helps soothe and cool temporary skin irritations. The bark of the white willow tree, was used in China and Europe dating back to 400 BC.