Relax Calendula Clay for Horses is made with red clay from southern France which is rich in important trace elements and minerals. Due to its high iron content, red clay has an extremely positive effect on skin changes in a natural way and is particularly gentle when mixed with white clay. Supplemented by a tincture of calendula and witch hazel extract as well as fine almond and lavender oil, it supports the regeneration of the skin thanks to the natural variety of active ingredients it contains.
The calendula, also called marigold, has been cultivated as a medicinal plant in Central Europe since the 12th century and has been known for its anti-inflammatory and wound-healing properties ever since. The dried leaves and bark of witch hazel, also known as witch hazel, were already used by the natives of North America to heal wounds, treat inflammation of the skin and relieve itching. Pure almond oil and panthenol keep the skin supple and protect it from drying out.
Our concept: As we want to avoid the use of preservatives as much as possible, we offer the clay and the tincture separately. Thus, the owner of the horse can make the mixture himself according to his needs and always uses fresh and quality clay.
- Strengthening of the skin thanks to 100% natural ingredients derived from plant extracts and special oils
- Regenerating, cleansing, covering
- Breathable skin coverage
- Care of dry and chapped skin
- ADMR compliant
For external use:
- Mix the clay, tincture and water according to the instructions on the label.
- Simply apply the mixed paste to the affected areas at least once a day and allow to dry
- Calendula Clay for Horses stays on the skin for about a day and simply dissolves after drying. It can therefore be reapplied at regular intervals
A bucket of Relax Calendula Clay content:
- 750 g of mixture of red clay from the south of France and white kaolin from Germany
- 100 ml of oil tincture mixture of calendula extract, witch hazel extract, calendula oil, panthenol, almond oil and lavender oil
- 1 wooden spatula
The contents of a bucket can make about 1.25 kg of dough. For ecological reasons, we use glass bottles for tincture and paper bags as packaging for clay.