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Dermoline Sweet Itch Lotion 500ml (Horses) CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK

Dermoline Sweet Itch Lotion 500ml (Horses) CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK

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Dermoline Sweet Itch Lotion is an effective oily lotion for preventing and soothing sweet itch in horses during the summer season.
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DERMOLINE SWEET ITCH LOTION 500ML - FOR HORSES

Dermoline Sweet Itch Lotion is an effective oily lotion for preventing and soothing sweet itch in horses during the summer season.

Dermoline Sweet Itch Lotion
contains Pyrethrum which is a natural insecticide and Piperonyl Butoxide which acts as a synergist, i.e. increases the effect of the insecticide.

Dermoline Sweet Itch Lotion should be applied at the beginning of the sweet itch season and reapplied daily for maximum effect.

Key Points:

Soothing oily formulation
Contains a natural insecticide which will kill the midge on contact
Acts as a physical barrier to prevent midges coming into contact with the skin
Water resistant formulation
Licensed veterinary medicine AVM-GSL

Active ingredients: Pyrethrum Extract 0.4% v/v, Piperonyl Butoxide 0.5% v/v

Directions:
Apply the Dermoline Sweet Itch Lotion in advance of the start of the season when the midge Culicoides becomes active (April). Rarely, horses are sensitive to this product. It is recommended that a small skin test under the mane should be carried out 24 hours before proper use.

First application: apply liberally to the mane and tail with a soft brush, parting the hair on the mane and tail to apply the lotion to the skin.
Subsequent applications: Top up once or twice daily with a smaller amount of lotion throughout the apring, summer and early autumn. After shampooing the mane and tail, a heavy application should be made again.

Horses which are prone to sweet itch should be stabled if possible at dawn and dusk. If signs of disease persist or appear, consult your veterinary surgeon.





 

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