I have a bunch of it in my hair right now. My hair is down to the middle of my back. I was outside for a few in 36F degrees getting the dogs in. Really warm for this time of year. No change in the oil I had rubbed in the night before. My body heat kept it soft.
I have gone out with my hair slathered in the stuff in subzero weather before and it's gone stiff like candle wax. Back inside it softens right up again.
The stuff that was actually absorbed won't change with the temps. Once I shower the excess out all you notice is very soft hair.
I haven't tried it on the horses. I have a heavy hand with the stuff and I'm unwilling to use things that might mess with the loft of their hair in the winter. None of mine really need it anyhow except maybe my 37 year old but she doesn't worry about fashion much at this point.
Originally Posted by mudpie
So if you rub and comb it in to your horses mane when it's warm, and then it gets cold (like in the evening/night) what will happen?