For horses and ponies to relieve itching, sooth and encourage hair to grow back naturally.
Effective product which helps to relieve itching, aids healing, soothes and encourages natural hair regrowth. Soothe itch is highly recommended for sweet itch, and over the last few years has had amazing results with some extremely positive feedback.
As the product is completely natural it will not be harmful to yourself whilst applying it to the horse's affected areas.
Sooth-itch contains a complex of ingredients in its formula including Lavender Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Chamomile Oil and Citrepel.
Soothe itch is highly recommended for sweet itch, easy to use, fast to apply and very effective. You will see amazing results.
Active ingredients: Lavendula angustifolia (Pure Lavender Oil), Malaleuca alternifolia (Pure Tea Tree Oil), Chamaemelum nobile (Pure Chamomile Oil); Citripel.
Apply directly to the affected area of the horse or pony´s skin, and rub in.
For external and animal use only. Keep out of reach of children. Store in cool dry place. Do not swallow – If ingested by people/animals, give plenty of water, do not induce vomiting and contact a doctor/veterinarian immediately.
ANTIDOPING GUARANTEE CLARIFICATION
This product is considered appropriate for horses competing under the rules of FEI, RFHE and Jockey Club
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What is UFAS & BETA NOPS?
To the consumer, UFAS accreditation means:
1. Full traceability of ingredients - from the packaged product right back to buying in the raw materials.
Naturally Occurring Prohibited Substances (NOPS) can occur in feed or supplements as a result of a natural presence or inadvertent cross-contamination during processing. All substances classed as NOPS are included in a defined list and featured in the BETA NOPS quality assurance schemes. Companies audited under these schemes work to defined standards to help reduce the risk of feed contamination by NOPS. Companies signed up to the BETA NOPS scheme can make horse feed only on a dedicated non-medicated production line in order to reduce the risk of cross-contamination http://www.beta-uk.org/pages/feed-safety/beta-nops-scheme.php