Sunburn on nostrils, stripe or white socks

FILTERS and moisturizing

Rosy skin is very prone to sunburn. It is less resistant than pigmented skin.

If they are thin, these skins are also rapidly dehydrated.

To deal with the sun's problems, you need to use protective filters as well as ultra-moisturizers.

FILTERS and moisturizing
Preventing sunburn in horses
Preventing sunburn in horses

Prevention is simple! If you take into account the problem of hydration, sun protection filters will be just the thing.

1 - Apply NATJELY moisturizing balm every 2nd or 3rd evening. At first, the balm will be quickly absorbed, and the frequency of application can be increased (every evening for the first 3 or 4 days). Massage well to nourish the skin.

2 - The next morning, apply a thin layer of SOLAREN over the balm (the Natjely application is recent, so the Solaren layer will be less important). 

In the end, once hydration has been optimized for the first few days, the routine will be one application every 3 or 4 days with natjely and 2 applications of solaren per week.

Natjely

UNIVERSAL PROTECTIVE MOISTURIZING BALM
Price €19.08

Solaren

NATURAL HORSE SUN PASTE
Price €24.92
Care for sunburned horses
Care for sunburned horses

The burn is there! Scabs and redness are present, unsightly and painful.

The first step is to apply CUTENE, without cleansing (at any time of day). Repeat every day/2 days until the lesions disappear. 

As soon as the area appears to be improving, alternate CUTENE in the evening with SOLAREN during the day for a week or so. If the area has repaired more quickly, solaren may suffice.

Thereafter, follow the above prevention routine to avoid recurrence.

Cutene

HIGH PERFORMANCE REGENERATOR FOR HORSES
Price €22.42

Solaren

NATURAL HORSE SUN PASTE
Price €24.92

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