A Soothing Spray that Naturally Reduces the Risk of Mud Fever and Dermatitis
Probiotic Horse Skin Care 300ml Push Spray
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Reduces Risk of Mud Fever
LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Skin Care increases natural resistance to skin infections and other harmful external influences. The spray is enriched with beneficial ‘good’ probiotic bacteria, naturally sourced from plants. These helpful probiotics restore healthy, protective microbial balance to the skin, reducing skin irritation and inflammation.
As a result, LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Skin Care is particularly helpful for treating and preventing mud fever in the pastern cavity.
- Reduces skin inflammation and irritation.
- Protects against pastern dermatitis (mud fever).
- Added sesame oil provides sun protection.
Mud fever causes painful skin inflammation and is distressing for horses. Untreated, it can spread from the hoof to the rest of the leg, subcutaneous tissue and lymphatic vessels and cause swelling and scabs and even lymphangitis. Dry mud fever (erythematous dermatitis) causes redness and flaking. Wet mud fever (eczematous dermatitis) causes skin thickening, crusts and eczema and can cause fissures. Verrucae dermatitis is the most severe form of mud fever. It makes skin red with thickened folds and hard crusts and can drastically reduce mobility.
Naturally-Sourced, Soothing and Chemical-Free
The spray contains only natural, vegan ingredients, which are sourced from plants. It is free from toxins, chemicals and pollutants. The addition of Sesame oil provides a sun protection factor.
Read a testimonial explaining how LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Skin Care helped a horse suffering with feather mites.
Remove mud and dirt with lukewarm water and dry thoroughly (possibly with a dryer). Shake before use. Spray LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Skin Care lightly onto the dry pastern cavity. Repeat three to four times a week for best results.
IMPORTANT: Always consult a vet if in doubt or if symptoms persist. Read our Open Letter to Vets for further information.