Be armed and dangerous to skin issues with these two powerhouses.
Equiderma Skin Lotion wicks down into the hair follicle while our zinc paste provides a protective bandage
Equiderma Skin Lotion - aka, the original BLUE stuff, love potion or magic in a bottle
Equiderma Skin Lotion is revered by equestrians worldwide. Our formula works like magic on rain rot, scratches, mallender/sallenders, mane-and-tail itching, sweet itch (insect bite reactions), summer sores, dandruff, cannon bone, ear and face crud, midline belly scabbing, mystery hair loss, ringworm, and many other fungal or bacterial skin infections. This broad spectrum antifungal, antibacterial lotion gets the job done fast, predictably, reliably and best of all painlessly. For instance, treatment for rain rot is easy - simply apply, leave on, and let Equiderma Skin Lotion do its magic. Its fast-acting ingredients will never sting or burn, plus the scent of essential oil of lavender is your horse’s favorite aromatherapy. Active rain rot cases are guaranteed to be gone in three days. And, remember, to prevent seasonal rain rot use it before winter and spring begins to inhibit the disease. It works like magic on skin diseases! Ideally follow-up shampooing is preferred, but if temperatures are frigid not necessary.
Equiderma Zinc Paste for Pastern Dermatitis & Sunburn
"For six years I tried to get rid of scratches on my Friesian gelding. After using Equiderma Zinc Paste his condition has completely cleared and has not come back!"
- Lucille Marchand
Equiderma Zinc Paste, sister product to our flagship Equiderma Skin Lotion, contains the same active ingredients in a zinc oxide paste form. It's a powerful and potent treatment in the fight against pastern dermatitis, also known as scratches, greasy heel, dew poisoning, or mud fever. It's antibacterial, antifungal and antidermatophyte properties help you overcome the heartbreak and frustration of scratches. It creates a water-resistant barrier while providing a 100% U/V ray protection. An important factor when dealing with scratches on white legs, it stays in-place and creates a healthy environment for healing to take place. Also, it is great for sunburn protection for fair-skinned horses.