As a horse, I usually don’t pay much attention to what I am eating or wearing, but today it is trendy to be ingredient and label savvy. Never one to be socially aloof (unless you are trying to catch me in my field), I have been taking more of an interest in what Andrea has been soaking my legs in or spraying my beautiful mane with. I might be just a measly horse (with a Tier One law degree), but I don’t think most humans can pronounce all of the ingredients they are putting on their supposed “best friends”. For instance, when looking at the liniment gel in Andrea’s trunk, the first five ingredients are: Acrylates/C10-30, Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Chloroxylenol, Cyclomethicone. Umm, okay. Let’s check the fly spray that Andrea immerses me in ALL Spring, Summer and Fall. Again, another long list of seven syllable words. Then it clicked. Andrea has been trying to poison me. I knew it! She’s always been jealous of my popularity.
Lucky for me, I have become friends with the owners of The Infused Equestrian. They make ALL their products naturally, with 100% infused therapeutic oils. Say goodbye to harsh toxins that you don’t recognize. With The Infused Equestrian, you can get the results you want, with the added comfort of knowing exactly what you are putting on your horse. And to top it off, the products work and they smell fantastic.
I am about to have my 19th birthday, so it is understandable that I have some extra aches and pains. Particularly after Andrea is done riding me, as she sits off to one side and causes my back to hurt. My minions have been rubbing my back and legs with Comfort, the cooling and relaxing liniment gel from The Infused Equestrian. Comfort soothes my muscles and aids in their recovery. And compared to the previous liniment, I actually know these pure ingredients: Aloe Vera Gel, Spearmint, Peppermint, Ginger and Tea Tree essential oils. Sounds almost like something I could eat!
Nothing looks better than a shiny, healthy mane and tail. The Infused Equestrian can hook you up with just this, but without any toxins. Shiny nourishes, strengthens and conditions your flowing locks with pure essential oils like Coconut Oil, Rosemary, Cedarwood and Clove (not limited to). Shiny comes in a spray bottle for easy and effective use.
I personally enjoy fly spray. Andrea, on the other hand, tries to avoid the blowback from the spray hitting her exposed skin at all costs. After reading the label, now I know why! The Infused Equestrian makes their own pure and natural version of fly spray called “Swat. A Fly Spray”. Now, Andrea does not have to do Matrix-like back bends to avoid the spray particles from landing on her face. Due to the timing of this review, I was not able to test it on any flies, but I will be sure to post an update later this year.
The Infused Equestrian has four different essential oil roll-on blends for the Rider. Andrea received two that were quite fitting, called Hello Monday and O.M.G. The other two roller blends are titled, “The In Gate” and “Recovery”, for focus and injury repair, respectively. Each roll-on is a convenient 10ml glass bottle with stainless steel rolling ball, easy to slip in your pocket or store in your trunk. To use, just gently roll the blends around your stomach area in a circle.
O.M.G, or Oh My Girth, is perfect for Andrea on the weekends. She eats like a horse. Now she can continue to stuff her face with grilled cheeses at the horse show and rely on a blend of essential oils to help with her digestive pains. Hello Monday helps to combat Andrea’s moodiness and rejuvenate her mind and body. I wish she would use this on the daily.
Major thanks to The Infused Equestrian for spending time and money researching the healthiest and best ways to make your products. Your 4 legged best friends appreciate it! xo Chloe