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post #21 of 24 Old 10-03-2011, 11:18 PM
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I can't believe anyone put that on themselves! =)~

Like others have said, use gloves. And do a test patch. My friend's horse had a reaction to it.
I have only used it for tail growth, and I can't really say if it worked or not. It was just something that kept me busy while waiting for it to grow back, I think.
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post #22 of 24 Old 10-03-2011, 11:43 PM
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I've used MTG with realy good consistant results . So far neither one of my horses have reacted to it. I use it on their mane and tail to promote growth but I do HATE the smell and greasiness of it. They seem to dislike it as well.

I used MTG on a mare that I rescued 3 years ago. She had been coated with mud and manure for so long that her coat came out in HUGE patches once I got her and started grooming her. I applied it to all her bald patches and her hair came back in healthy and shiny. Since it was on so much of her body though she was one REALLY smelly horse for a while !

For mane and tail growth without stink and slimey greasiness I use Infusium 23 leave in conditioner for humans. It's around $5.00 a bottle at Wal Mart and works really well. Some of the locals that show claim that they've had hair growth of 3 inches a month with it on their horses. I haven't seen growth like that but it did promote growth and a healthier looking mane and tail without the grease and stink.

She never shook the stars from their appointed courses, but she loved a good man and rode good horses !
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post #23 of 24 Old 10-04-2011, 08:26 AM
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I have heard a lot of people love Infusium!! I personally didn't see any difference with it, but I LOVE Mane & Tail Detangler! It leaves my mare's tail feeling like MY hair, all silky and smooth...but it doesn't leave behind a filminess after repeated coats like Show Sheen and others that have silicone in them do. So I prefer it to the silicone-based sprays.

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post #24 of 24 Old 10-04-2011, 08:50 AM
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I love MTG. Now I have seen a girl on hear who had a reaction to it but she put it on top of another product. I love this stuff for everything. It helps on soars and promotes hair growth on skins and nicks. I have used it on close to 100 different horses my own and horses at my jobs.

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