Soothing, Natural Spray Reduces Smegma Accumulation, Infection and Inflammation
Probiotic Horse Intimate Care 300ml Push Spray
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Improves Genital Health and Hygiene
LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Intimate Care cleans the genital area gently and thoroughly. The soothing spray is enriched with beneficial ‘good’ probiotic bacteria, which restore healthy, natural balance at a microbial level. This significantly reduces the accumulation of smegma and reduces inflammation and the risk of bacterial and fungal infections.
it is important to care for every part of your horse, and the sensitive genital area can present hygiene challenges. Sticky smegma scabs can accumulate in the sheath of a stallion or gelding. This can form clots and attract debris, which causes discomfort and can lead to inflammation. White haired horses sometimes have visible smegma stains on their hind legs.
- Significantly reduces smegma accumulation and infection risk.
- Soothes skin irritation and inflammation in this sensitive area.
- Vegan, plant-based, gentle and chemical-free.
Gently Cleans at a Microbial Level
It is important to care for every part of the horse, and the sensitive genital area can present hygiene challenges. Sticky smegma scabs can accumulate in the sheath of a stallion of gelding. This can form clots and attract other debris, which causes discomfort and can lead to inflammation. White haired horses may have visible smegma stains on their hind legs.
LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Intimate Care is also suitable and beneficial for mares. It safely removes sweat and dirt build up between their udders.
Clean the genitals regularly for optimal health. Apply in a calm environment when the horse is relaxed (usually during a wash). Shake before use. Spray the sheath and penis with LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Intimate Care and wash with a soft sponge or cloth and lukewarm water. If the horse will not allow touching, spraying directly onto the area without contact is also effective.
Spray the smegma stains on the inside of the hind every three days and let the helpful probiotics do their work and soak in; the stains will fade.
IMPORTANT: Always consult a vet if in doubt or if symptoms persist. Read our Open Letter to Vets for further information.