Equiderma Skin Lotion

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Equiderma Skin Lotion

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Product Summary:

Equiderma™ Skin Lotion
 
Equiderma™ Skin Lotion aids in the treatment of sweet itch, summer itch, muck itch, rain rot, scratches and insect bites.  It is simple to use: just apply and the product will do the rest.
 
Features:
  • Fast acting
  • Non-messy and easy to apply
  • Aids in treatment of a variety of skin conditions including rain rot, ring worm, scratches, etc.
Item Specifications:
Size:
16 oz.
 
Ingredients:
Mineral oil, Aqueous solution, Surfactant, Chlorhexadine, N-Trichloromethylthio, 4-Cyclohexene-1, 2-Dicaboximide
 
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Item Number Model Number UPC
E014221 57822 666183100021

Product Reviews by Customers

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Great product for Dew poisoning/Scratches
I am a big skeptic, but this product worked great on my 2 horses white legs. They get mud fever every spring and the black bumpy rash comes off with no effort after applying this lotion and leaving it on a couple hours. I also wash the legs and dry completely and if there is pink skin I apply the Equiderma paste for protection.
June 7, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
love it
We have 1 horse that is allergic to noseeums. Because of that she rubs constantly and has terrible skin problems most of the year. We have had her to the University in Gainsville and several veterinarians. A combination of Equiderma and Kill-Itch works better than anything we have tried.
March 6, 2017
It works!
My horse had rain rot all over his back. After a couple of applications it all cleared up. Very happy with this product!
December 12, 2016
Equiderma Lotion is THE BEST for sweet itch
My Drum mare has horrible allergy to bug bites, sweet itch starts in May and continues thru October. Prior to Equiderma lotion and wound ointment both sides of her face, ears and belly would be scratched to the point of bleeding sores. I treat her once sometimes twice a day with the lotion and once with the wound ointment if she gets a small sore, and I have a comfortable mare. She is the worst case of sweet itch the vet or other horse friends have ever seen. Equiderma and their oil based horse spray is all that keeps her sore and infection free. The lotion is good for dogs and people. It soothed my husbands poison ivy outbreak when nothing else would. The wound ointment works wonders all sores and wasp stings in people. Rena
August 11, 2016
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This is a very good product. Trying to keep the "itches" under control. It is a little pricey when you are using it for 3 horses.
Chris D on May 29, 2018
horse has summer itch
Linda M on May 2, 2016
This is a very good product. Trying to keep the "itches" under control. It is a little pricey when you are using it for 3 horses.
Chris D on May 29, 2018
Excellent for scurf.
Kalli N on Jan 6, 2018
horse has summer itch
Linda M on May 2, 2016
have heard good things about this product.
TERRY T on Feb 29, 2016
Seems to be the most effective lotion on our horses with itches.
ALICE S on Oct 20, 2015
Excellent for scurf.
Kalli N on Jan 6, 2018
have heard good things about this product.
TERRY T on Feb 29, 2016
Can you use for scratches on horse?
A shopper on Jun 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I think it would work..I'm using for cannon crud, but it's chlorhexedine and mineral oil. I have had success with chlorhex., and mineral oil seems to be a good carrier for scratches ( I used mineral oil and peroxide years ago, and worked good)