Rapidly Arrest Outbreaks of Invasive Microorganisms
MicroBug has the unique ability to DRY and SOOTHE affected areas. Drying out problematic conditions & minor scrapes is crucial in minimising infection and the spread of pathogenic outbreak.
Coconut and essential Clove Bud oils linger to nourish and prevent over-drying. Both these oils are well known for their strong wound healing abilities (antibacterial, anti fungal, anti yeast & anti inflammatory).
Coconut oil has been shown to stimulate greater collagen matrix and accelerate re-epithelialisation (new tissue). Clove Bud oil is well known for its numbing action, giving relief where pain or discomfort present (it is also is a natural insect repellant!)
Rainscald, Greasy Heel, Ringworm & other similar skin conditions
Spray entire area well and leave to self-dry. Continue daily treatment whilst affected area is ‘active’ and for at least a few days after noticeable improvement. If condition re-flares, begin treatment again.
Pick out ‘stinky’ hooves daily and spray. Remove horse from wet and/or muddy environments and repeat treatment until thrush (& smell) has resolved.
Once resected (opened up by a professional) MicroBug is excellent for no-fuss, daily maintenance treatments in between trims
Minor Cuts, Abrasions and Insect Bites
Spray as needed. Do not use on deep wounds. Works great on tick bites or where certain insects leave a reaction at site. Contains insect repelling properties.
Apply daily or as needed
In applicable situations (SkinBalm is not for seedy toe or thrush) we recommend using SkinBalm after the need for MicroBug has passed eg. the wound/area is drying out, to soften & debride scabs, promote deeper healing, hair regrowth and minimise scarring.
External use only
Do not spray near eyes or onto sensitive areas around the mouth. Should any skin irritation occur, discontinue use and contact us and/or your veterinarian