Skin care for horses and ponies This product is a result of many years of research and numerous tests. It contains plant and fruit extracts that have beneficial effects on summer dermatitis.
Keeps the skin healthy and protects against summer dermatitis.
The product can also be used as preventive treatment. For animals that have problems with summer dermatitis every year we recommend to start using the product already before the start of the symptoms - between April and June, according to the region. In case of long warm seasons, we recommend a second protective treatment.
SIMPLE APPLICATION OF THE PRODUCT
The jet applicator enables the product to penetrate to the base of the coat in order to apply the anti-dermatitis treatment directly on the affected areas of skin, covering the immediate surrounding area. Areas to be closely observed and preventively protected are: flanks, mane, neck, tail and rump.
NOT SUITABLE TO USE AGAINST MANGE OR RINGWORM
This product was especially developed for overcoming summer dermatitis and is not suitable to use against mange or ringworm.
Apply daily on critical areas (neck, flank and rump).
Apply liberally until the desired effect is achieved.
Regular use can enable all summer dermatitis to be overcome in a few days. We advise daily application, if possible at times where the attacks are most numerous (early morning and early evening).
7 days application will enable you to overcome 98% of summer dermatitis with an effect that lasts several months. We advise that you carry out a booster application 2 months after the first application.
Natural lotion of Oils of jojoba, avocado, macadamia, almond, argan. Lanolin, allantoin and of terpenes of oranges.
This product is based on herbs. Different animals may react differently to natural substances in herbs. The claims listed in this product sheet are based on general information about herbs. This product should not be classified as a medicine. If you have other questions regarding your horse's health, we recommend that you contact your veterinary.