Animal Scents Ointment Testimonies

Animal Scents Ointment TestimoniesRubbed on heels and elbows while hospitalized
“I recently lost my husband…. During his final weeks confined to bed, I would apply Animal Scents™ Ointment to his heels, elbows, and other areas that were likely to become irritated and develop sores. The hospice nurses could not believe how good the condition of his skin was. He never had so much as a red spot. That stuff is awesome!”
— April Strong in the Mar 30, 2007 issue of Young Living e-News

Animal Scents Ointment not just for animals
“Animal Scents™ Ointment works really well on humans, too. I use it on any cut, rough skin, or rash, and my skin is soothed and heals quickly. I also found that it can work as a light deodorant as well.”
— Loretta McNeely in Young Living e-news, Jan 18, 2012

Silky Skin with Leather Conditioner
“While Animal Scents™ Ointment is fantastic for helping cuts and scrapes heal on my horses, I also use it for several other purposes. I decided that if it is good for living skin, it should be good for leather too. I use it to condition my saddles, bridals, and all of my leather horsey stuff. It is also great for leather shoes, purses, whatever you can think of. It does not damage or change the leather, which is very important.”
— Marci Coffey in the January 25, 2008 issue of Young Living Newsletter

Sore ear lobes from earrings
“I’ve long had trouble wearing earrings, even 14 carat gold. I started dipping the wires or posts into Animal Scents™ Ointment before putting them in my ears. For the first week, I would apply the ointment to my ear lobes after taking my earrings out. I’ve now been wearing earrings (even the $2.99 cheap ones) every single day, all day for a total of six weeks. The ear lobes are no longer swollen, sore, or itchy. My ear lobes are totally normal, free of any irritation whatsoever.”
— April Strong in the Mar 16, 2007 issue of Young Living e-News

Srcatches in wooden door disappear
“I rubbed Animal Scents™ Ointment on the ten-year-old wooden doors of our home with a soft cloth. I rubbed the scratches for several seconds, and they disappeared! The doors look fresh and no longer dull.”
— Deb Bowman in the Mar 9, 2007 issue of Young Living e-News

Moisturizer for chapped lips, a leather conditioner and much more
“While Animal Scents™ Ointment is fantastic for helping cuts and scrapes on horses, I also use it for several other purposes. I use it to condition my saddles, bridals, and all of my leather horse equipment. It is also great for leather shoes and purses. It does not change the hand of the leather, which is very important. It gives a lovely patina to old, scratched wood too. My husband used it to lubricate the squeaky wheel my rats run on for exercise. It is also is a very good moisturizer for dry skin, chapped lips, sunburn, windburn, bug bites, and more. A very small amount of a favorite essential oil will give it a different scent if other people or animals don’t enjoy the natural scent.”
— Marci Coffey in the Oct 13, 2006 issue of Young Living e-News

Client cuckoo over heel softener
“I recently sold Animal Scents™ Ointment to a client. I told her that I use it on my feet to soften my heels. She tried it on her sore ankle, and her brother tried it on his aching lower back. She called shortly thereafter to order four more containers, as both her sore ankle and her brother’s back discomfort were quickly relieved. She said her brother had tried every pill and ointment on his back, but nothing had worked as well as the Animal Scents Ointment. That is the beauty of the essential oils in Animal Scents Ointment.”
— Barb Lemke in the Mar 18, 2005 Young Living e-News

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