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EQuine Wound Care Oil

| January 10, 2010

Soothing oil for natural skin care in horses
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EQuine Wound Care Benefits:

  • Supports skin health and condition
  • Gentle soothing action on cuts, scrapes and superficial wounds
  • Safe and effective
  • Nourishing and all natural
  • Formulated especially for horses
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Contains no parabens, sodium laurel sulphate or harmful petrochemicals!


EQuine Wound Care Oil by Feelgood Health

EQuine Wound Care is a soothing, nourishing natural oil formula to help support healthy skin and routine healing.

What is EQuine Wound Care Oil?

It doesn’t take much for a horse to sustain common superficial cuts and grazes. The skin is the largest organ in the horse’s body and accounts for 12-24% of the animal’s total weight depending on age. A horse’s skin needs to be monitored for changes. Horses in training often sustain minor scrapes. Inclement weather, wires, ropes, insects and kicks can all increase risks in paddocks and stables. During racing, horses can ‘over-reach’ (strike their front heels with the toe of their hind hooves) which can cause discomfort for a horse. The skin serves a number of functions, but the most important is to protect underlying tissues. There are two skin layers, the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis produces keratin and melanin that give the skin a protective function. Melanin is the pigment of the skin. Lipids and keratin combine to waterproof the skin and prevent various agents from entering the body. Sebaceous glands secrete an oily substance carried through hair follicles to the skin surface. This oil moisturizes the skin and helps to prevent excessive evaporation.


There is a lot that can be done naturally to help minimize superficial cuts and scrapes. Your horse’s stable should have no dangerous fittings or sharp objects. Feed mangers or water buckets should be fixed firmly if a feed bucket is used; remove the handle (your horse could get its foot trapped). If you use hay nets, make sure your horse’s feet cannot get caught in them (remove all feeding equipment after a horse is fed). All electric lights and switches should be out of reach of your horse, and waterproofed. Stable doors should be tightly secured, but keep many spare keys in case of fire (install a smoke alarm). Stable doors should be secured, as they might swing open. If your horse is being plaited, move him or her out of the stables while it is done, as needles may fall into the bedding. (See more of our tips below)


EQuine Wound Care is a soothing, nourishing natural oil formula to help support healthy skin and routine healing. EQuine Wound Care may be used on the spot as needed – or it can be used regularly in a maintenance program to promote nourished, soothed skin. EQuine Wound Care contains no parabens, sodium laurel sulphate or harmful petrochemicals, and can be applied easily, with no mess or fuss!


EQuine Wound Care contains the following natural ingredients in therapeutic doses, especially selected to support skin health and the natural healing ability of the body: Linseed Oil (Flaxseed oil), Comfrey, Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), St John’s Wort, Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)


Directions: Apply gently two to three times daily when needed.


Caution: For external use only. Consult with your vet if symptoms persist or worsen.

PetAlive Range by Feelgood Health

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The PetAlive Range by Feelgood Health has been especially formulated in conjunction with a team of experts in natural medicine. Remedies are manufactured to the highest standards, using ingredients chosen for their ability to safely support health and vitality, naturally. Our remedies for pets have been distributed internationally in the USA, Canada, UK, Europe and throughout the world for many years and 2007 saw the official launch of the PetAlive range in South Africa.

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