DIY Equine Coat Conditioner & Shine

I absolutely love this DIY Coat Conditioner and so does my horse! A lot of coat conditioners that are on the market contain ingredients that actually end up drying the coat and irritating the skin. There are some of course that I love, but this DIY version is a great one! Here are the ingredients:

3/4 Cup WaterMy s
1/2 Cup Baby Oil
1/3 Cup Witch Hazel
1/2 Cup Coconut Oil
1/3 Cup Glycerine
2 Droppers Argan Oil
10 Drops of Tea Tree Oil

I personally modify the recipe. Instead of using baby oil, I use 1 Ounce of Liquid Lanolin which can be found here Now Foods Liquid Lanolin Pure, 4 Ounce

Either way works, I just find that lanolin is really healthy for their coat and baby oil is essentially mineral oil which is derived from petroleum so I tend to avoid it personally. My favorite oils are Young Living Essential Oils and I also add a few drops of citronella oil and lavender oil, but these are optional of course. Every product used in the video is natural and safe for horses, but test it on a small area of your horseĀ first if you do end up making it as well!

I get compliments on my horses coat constantly, and my secret is great nutrition and a great coat conditioner.

Share this on Facebook if you love trying great new products for your horse!

5 Responses

  1. MOgrrl

    This recipe made my horse coat sticky, and seemed to attract more dust. It worked for mane and tail detangling while wet

  2. asmr

    Thanks on your marvelous posting! I definitely enjoyed reading it,
    you are a great author.I will remember to bookmark your blog and will often come back sometime
    soon. I want to encourage you to ultimately continue your great job, have a nice weekend!
    asmr 0mniartist

  3. 0mniartist

    Hello to all, the contents existing at this website are
    in fact remarkable for people knowledge, well,
    keep up the good work fellows. 0mniartist asmr


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.