Witch Hazel and Lavender Spray
Witch Hazel is know as a natural cleanser and astrigent. The most widely used ingredient in the cosmetic industry for 100 years. It is also very soothing to your horses skin. Pure essential oil of Lavender, honey extracts, and soy proteins along with 17 amino acids help sooth, and protect. 8 oz bottle is $14.00
Why pay 20 bucks for a canister 20 of lavender cleansing wipes , when you can spray Equi-Spa Lavender Cleansing spray on a cloth or paper towel and get the same and better results!
8 oz Spray Bottle
Update: Recently my beautiful 9 yr old mare, , showed signs of an abscessed tooth. We were referred to Iowa state for the surgery to remove the affected tooth. They could not get it from inside and needed to “drill” a hole through the bottom of her jaw, through the bone to “punch” out the tooth root from the underside. This left a nasty huge opening that needed to drain for about 10 days and than slowly heal from the inside. We followed directions regarding changing the outside packing, not disturbing the inside packing and irrigating with a medicated solution for the first 10 days. It was time to remove the packing inside and out and the wound was foul smelling and draining. My vet said this was normal. There was a lot of healing going on and the mouth area is not a clean environment. So we let the mare smell The lavender Cleansing spray and she gave the “yes” signals of chewing and licking. We sprayed it directly into the hole in her jaw and she didnt even move. We treated it every day with the Lavender cleansing Spray and observed rapid healing and a clean smell. Also the lavender seems to be keeping flies from disturbing the healing process too. Once the inside healed we applied “The Balm” to the area to prevent flies from bothering that area.
Recently my 17 year old Dressage Horse, had to have his eye removed. He had been blind in that eye for at least 6 years. But it became inflammed and painful. He came home from surgery with stitches which he started rubbing. I realized I couldnt stop him from rubbing and breaking open part of those stitches, all I could do was keep it clean. I started spraying it with Lavender Cleansing spray the second day home. Twice a day, I saturated it, cleaning off the drainage. Soon he started licking and dropping his head when I cleaned it as it made it feel better. I than patted around the area with a clean wipe, and applied balm to protect the skin from and stitches from flies. It is starting to look much better and the swelling is going down.
I also have a customer who uses it diluted in water to clean and soothe the nicks and bites that her dogs and horses occasionally get during rough play . It can be used full strength or added to a clean container of water, like she uses. I also and as use it for a room spray, body tonic spray and linen spray. Sprayed on a pillow helps me fall asleep easier