Irritated skin (pinkish skin on pasterns or legs, slightly grainy appearance, beginnings of a crack) is a warning sign that mud fever is on its way, if preventive measures haven’t been taken – so you need to do something quickly if you want to avoid further problems
CASE 1: Soothe any irritation on legs
Act quickly – as soon as possible, apply a balm that has the following targeted properties:
1/ softens scabs so that they fall off by themselves
2/ deeply nourishes the skin, restoring its elasticity, and ensures penetration of specific active ingredients that address the problems
3/ covers the area, protecting it from external attack
STEP 1: Wash the areas regularly with Tea Tree Shampoo to remove scabs and cleanse the skin.
STEP 2 : Apply TEC-1 twice a week, to nourish the skin and ensure penetration of the active ingredients
CASE 2 : Help the skin to repair the affected areas.
Very grainy skin, thick scabs, etc.
STEP 1 : Wash the areas with Tea Tree Shampoo to remove scabs and cleanse the skin
ETAPE 2 : Apply Derfongen once every 4 days to help the skin fight back
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The information provided does not in any circumstances replace the advice of your veterinarian. It is the fruit of over 12 years’ experience and analysis of equine skin problems.