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Human Formula

How is Iguana Oil different from other insect repelling products?
Iguana Oil contains 7 powerful essential oils proven to ward-off not just mosquitoes but flies, gnats, no-see-ums, even red ants. Iguana Oil contains coconut oil and jojoba oil which are both good for the skin.

How long does Iguana Oil last once I put it on?
It varies based on your activity. Iguana Oil soaks into the skin, however, if you are very active and sweating, you will need to re-apply Iguana Oil more frequently than if you are sunbathing or reading in a hammock. Be sure to re-apply after going in the water.

Can I use just a little Iguana Oil and be protected from flying pests?
No. All exposed areas of the skin should be covered in Iguana Oil. Flying pests will bite any area of the skin that is not covered in Iguana Oil.

Is Iguana Oil safe for my baby and my kids?
Yes, because Iguana Oil is all-natural, it is safe for infants 6 months and older and great for kids. Be careful not to get Iguana Oil in the eyes and Iguana Oil should not be ingested.

Why is Iguana Oil sold in a dark glass bottle instead of a plastic spray bottle?
Iguana Oil contains powerful and expensive essential oils. The dark glass bottle preserves the properties and strength of the oils. Iguana Oil should not be left in a car or on a boat. It should be stored in a cool, dry place.

Does Iguana Oil contain any animal products?
No. Iguana Oil is 100% vegan and contains no animal products. Iguana Oil is not made from Iguanas.

Is there anything more I should know about Iguana Oil?
Yes. Because the coconut oil in Iguana Oil is of such a high grade, it will turn to gel in temperatures below 72 degrees (21 C) and look very strange in the bottle. Simply warm it up and it will return to liquid and it will work just as it did before.



Equine Concentrate

How is Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate different from other horse fly sprays?
First, Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate is all-natural and contains 8 powerful essential oils proven to ward off flies, gnats, mosquitoes, and no-see-ums. Many horse fly sprays contain chemicals like Deet that are not 100% safe for horses. Iguana Oil is 100% natural and 100% safe for horses and cloven hoof animals (alpacas, goats, camels). Second, most “all natural” horse fly products contain less than 5% active ingredients (check back label) and the rest is water or an alcohol-based substance which evaporates quickly after being applied. When mixed with aloe, Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate contains 35% active ingredients and because of the aloe, Iguana Oil soaks into the horses skin providing a better barrier against flying pests.

Why is Iguana Oil sold in a small glass bottle as a concentrate?
Just like the Iguana Oil human formula, Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate contains powerful essential oils. The dark glass bottle preserves the properties and strength of the oils until it is ready to be mixed and used. Iguana Oil should not be left in the sun and should be stored in a cool dry place.

How do I use Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate?
Mix the entire contents of the 4 ounce bottle of Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate with 28 ounces of aloe vera juice (available in most food and drug stores) in a 32 ounce plastic spray bottle. Shake well before using each time.

Can I spray Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate all over my horse?
No. Spray the body and legs but wipe the mixed Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate on the horse’s face (be extra careful not to get in the eyes) nostrils, and ears.

Will Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate affect my horse’s temperament?
Just like humans, horses react to smells differently. Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate contains pure essential oils which are typically calming. Apply a little Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate to the palm of your hand and let your horse smell it and get used to it before applying. Your horse should soon get used to the light herbal smell.

Does Iguana Oil contain any animal products?
No. Iguana Oil is 100% vegan and contains no animal products. Iguana Oil is not made from Iguanas.

Is there anything more I should know about Iguana Oil?
Yes. Because the coconut oil in Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate is of such a high grade, it will turn to gel in temperatures below 72 degrees (21 C) and look very strange in the bottle. Simply warm it up and it will return to liquid and it will work just as it did before.



Equine Formula Spray

How is Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray different from other horse fly sprays?
First, Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray is all-natural and contains 8 powerful essential oils proven to ward off flies, gnats, mosquitoes, and no-see-ums. Many horse fly sprays contain chemicals like Deet that are not 100% safe for horses. Iguana Oil is 100% natural and 100% safe for horses and cloven hoof animals (alpacas, goats, camels). Second, most “all natural” horse fly products contain less than 5% active ingredients (check back label) and the rest is water or an alcohol-based substance which evaporates quickly after being applied. When mixed with aloe, Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray contains 35% active ingredients and because of the aloe, Iguana Oil soaks into the horse’s skin providing a better barrier against flying pests.

How do I use Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray?
Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray is pre-mixed and ready to use. Shake well before using each time.

Can I spray Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray all over my horse?
No. Spray the body and legs but wipe Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray on the horse’s face (be extra careful not to get in the eyes) nostrils, and ears.

Will Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray affect my horse’s temperament?
Just like humans, horses react to smells differently. Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray contains pure essential oils which are typically calming. Apply a little Iguana Oil Equine Formula Spray to the palm of your hand and let your horse smell it and get used to it before applying. Your horse should soon get used to the light herbal smell.

Does Iguana Oil contain any animal products?
No. Iguana Oil is 100% vegan and contains no animal products. Iguana Oil is not made from Iguanas.

Is there anything more I should know about Iguana Oil?
Yes. Because the coconut oil in Iguana Oil Equine Concentrate is of such a high grade, it will turn to gel in temperatures below 72 degrees (21 C) and look very strange in the bottle. Simply warm it up and it will return to liquid and it will work just as it did before.