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SKIN-TONIC – EQUINE DERMA SKIN LIQUID SUPPLEMENT

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Immense Inner Shine

 

Hair Growth

Richer Colouring

 

Clearer Dappling

 

Sooth Allergy-related Skin Conditions

 

Skin Vitality

These are just some of the benefits our customers have already enjoyed with this product. See full reviews below.

 

 

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DERMA SKIN LIQUID SUPPLEMENT

SKIN TONIC provides dermatological support for horses of all skin types working from the inside out, providing essential nutrients for strong, resilient skin and a glossy coat.

Giving it to your horse regularly promotes a glossy coat with richer colours and clearer dappling whilst also supporting the growth of a thicker mane and tail, coat and hooves.

A healthy skin and coat are not only aesthetically pleasing, but they are also a sign of good health. The skin is the largest organ in the body and the first line of defence against environmental challenges including sunlight, insects, bacteria, fungi, parasites, pollution and other allergens.

If your horse is exposed to increased environmental challenges, prone to allergy, hives/lumps/bumps, hyperkeratosis, on a restricted diet and/or experiencing other challenges to the immune system (through illness or stress for example), then their skin can suffer.

Dry and itching skin can cause your horse to rub, leading to bald patches. When that happens, your horse becomes agitated and uncomfortable, and they look unwell and unloved. Worse, if not addressed, it can lead to further problems with rugging and habitual scratching.

PROVEN RESULTS

100% of people agreed that their horse's skin had significantly improved after using this product for one month.

95% of people agreed that their horse's skin was less reactive.

100% of people agreed that they saw hair regrowth in bald/patchy areas after using this product for one month.

100% of people agreed they would carry on using this product.

100% of people agreed they would recommend this product to a friend.

RECOMMENDED FEEDING RATE

Pony - approximately 250kg 20ml per day.
Horse - approximately 500kg 30ml per day.
Large Horse - approximately 750kg 40ml per day.

Shake well before each use. Mix thoroughly with feed and split between meals where possible. Introduce to feed slowly. Do not exceed the recommended intake.

Complementary feeding stuff for horses, ponies and donkeys. Does not contravene with the Rules of Racing, UK National Federation Rules of Competition, or FEI rules.

ROXY
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW ROXY GOT THESE RESULTS IN ONLY 4 WEEKS.

MONTY
SWEET ITCH TREATMENT IN 4 WEEKS
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RODNEY
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW RODNEY GOT THESE RESULTS IN ONLY 4 WEEKS.

GIOVANNI
3 MONTHS ON SKIN TONIC.
CLEAR, DEFINED DAPPLES.
THIS VIDEO WAS TAKEN IN APRIL 2022, AFTER A DUSTY ROLL.

MAXINE
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ROXY'S RESULTS

CARTER ROUGE
ONE MONTH ON SKIN TONIC
SUPER SHINY, RICH CHESTNUT COLOUR

KEY INGREDIENTS

Nettle: Though generally considered a weed, Nettle (Urtica dioica) cannot be overlooked as one of the most wonderful and effective herbs for equine health.
Nettle is rich in chlorophyll and packs a powerful punch with its nutritional profile.

It is high in all of the following: Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Manganese, Phosphorous, Potassium, Protein, Riboflavin, Thiamine, Selenium, Chromium, Cobalt, Vitamins A, C and K. For both humans and animals, it is considered to have detoxifying effects, as well as being conditioning and restorative in nature. It is well known to provide relief from nasal and respiratory conditions as well as soothing skin related problems and enhancing circulation. This fabulous herb contains several anti-inflammatory constituents, making it suitable for use in cases of arthritis, joint stiffness (another common issue for horses in winter) or injuries resulting in inflammation. Its benefits for such conditions can be seen when it is used internally or externally. Research has shown that by managing inflammatory conditions with nettle, the need for anti-inflammatory drugs can be reduced by 75%!!

Laminitis horses also benefit from nettle. A number of studies have shown nettle leaf extract to have hypoglycaemic effects, resulting in decreased blood sugar levels. Other reasons it is considered to benefit laminitis are that it aids the elimination of toxins and boosts circulation.

Cleavers: Cleavers, also referred to as Clivers (100% Galium Aparine) is an excellent herb for supporting and toning the lymphatic and urinary tract systems. It is beneficial for horses who suffer soft swellings and puffy/filled legs. It has also been used to treat itching and eczema.

Marshmallow Root: Marshmallow Root has the ability to bind and eliminate toxins, allowing the body to cleanse itself easier. According to reports, marshmallow root extract can help to soothe redness, relieves inflammation, and help retain moisture in the skin. In general, anyone with sensitive and easily irritated skin can benefit from using it.

Biotin: Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, is required in the horse’s diet for the production of keratin – the main protein that forms a strong, durable hoof structure.

Biotin is most commonly known for supporting hoof growth and quality but it also supports many other elements of the horse’s physiology, including fat and sugar metabolism, hair and coat quality and healthy skin.

Seaweed (Ascophyllum Nodosum): Ascophyllum nodosum contains bioavailable minerals, vitamins, nutrients with important metabolic functions for horses including, skin and coat health, digestion, performance.

Selenium & Vitamin E: Vitamin E and selenium (Se) are familiar nutrients to most horse people.

They are among the most common deficiencies in unsupplemented animals – and also the only two where deficiency diseases are still routinely seen.
Suboptimal levels also impact health and performance, and levels below those will trigger full blown deficiency syndromes. Vitamin E and selenium status is documented to significantly impact:

  • The nervous system
  • Muscular function
  • Fertility/sperm quality
  • Antibody levels in colostrum
  • Immune function
  • Red blood cell integrity in exercising horses
  • Heart health

Vitamin A: Vitamin A is not a single compound but a group comprising retinol, retinaldehyde, retinoic acid, and provitamin A carotenoids, including beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, gamma-carotene and cryptoxanthin. Vitamin A deficiency leads to an abnormal thickening of the skin known as hyperkeratosis in which the skin has abnormally high levels of keratin.

Vitamin C: Vitamin C plays an important role in maintaining skin health. It promotes the differentiation of keratinocytes (cells that make up 90% of the outer layer of the skin) and as their name suggests, they make the protein Keratin. These cells contain high levels of Vitamin C. Normal, healthy skin needs high concentrations of Vitamin C to ensure an intact skin barrier, protect against UV damage and limit inflammation. Vitamin C deficiency can lead to poor skin conditions and may cause or aggravate conditions such as atopic dermatitis and Sweet Itch. Horses can make their own Vitamin C, unlike people, but due to diet, exercise, age or illness many horses have low levels of Vitamin C in their blood.

Copper & Zinc: Copper and Zinc are required for the horse to make keratin, a protein that is found in hair and hooves. Horses with low levels of copper and zinc might have a coat that is frizzy, dull, or discoloured. Zinc and copper supplied in full and bioavailable ratios promotes a vibrant, shiny, healthy coat and healthy skin.

L-Arginine: Some sources classify arginine as a conditionally essential amino acid for horses because of its role in supporting the immune system.
L-Arginine also promotes normal blood-oxygen levels to performance horses' muscles maximize efficiency. By giving horses an additional source of arginine and glutamine, this supplement can help stimulate nitric oxide production to improve nutrient transportation in the body.

Vitamin B Complex: Some of the benefits of vitamin B complex include: helping to strengthen the immune system, thereby preventing or reducing your risk of infections. It helps support the growth of red blood cells. It promotes proper nerve and healthy brain function. Vitamin B deficiency leads to suppression of collagen synthesis and dermatitis (inflamed skin).

Linseed Oil: A rich source of Omega 3 (an essential fatty acid) and balanced Omega 6 for optimal skin, coat, digestive, respiratory & joint health. Omegas are important because they have a range of health benefits for horses including:

  • strong hooves
  • a shiny, healthy coat
  • supporting healthy skin
  • maintaining joint health
  • contributing to the maintenance and building of bone strength and density
  • enhancing and building immunity resilience
  • enhancing and increasing tissue elasticity

FULL INGREDIENTS

Active Ingredients Per 30ml (500Kg Horse Maintenance Feeding Rate): Cold-Pressed Linseed Oil 12ml, Galium Aparine (Clevers) Extract 1,950mg, Urtica Dioica (Nettle) Extract 1,650mg, Althaea Officinalis (Marshmallow) Root Extract 1,385mg, Vitamin E (natural) 1500IU, Methionine 1,000mg, L-Arginine 1,000mg, Ascophyllum Nodosum 300mg, Chelated Zinc 250mg, Chelated Copper 100mg, Biotin 30mg, Vitamin B6 20mg, Selenium 1mg, Vitamin A 20,000IU, Vitamin B12 300ug.

Composition: Purified Water, Cold-Pressed Linseed Oil, Galium Aparine (Clevers) Extract, Urtica Dioica (Nettle) Extract, Althaea Officinalis (Marshmallow) Root Extract, Ascophyllum Nodosum.

Additives (per 1L): Amino Acids: DL Methionine (3c301) 33.33g, L-Arginine (3c3.6.1) 33.33g. Vitamins: Biotin (3a880) 1,000mg, Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine, 3a831) 667mg, Vitamin A (retinyl acetate 3a672a) 667KIU, Vitamin E (RRR alpha-tocopherol, natural, E306) 50KIU, Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 10mg. Trace Elements: Zinc (Zinc chelate of glycine hydrate 3b607) 8.33g, Copper (Copper(II) chelate of glycine hydrate 3b413) 3.33g, Selenium (selenised yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060, inactivated 3b810) 33.33mg. Preservatives: Preservatives: Sodium Benzoate (1a700) 1g, Potassium Sorbate (E202) 1g.

Analytical Constituents: Protein 2.7%, Fibre 4%, Oils & Fats 33.1%, Ash <1%, Moisture 40.5%, Sodium <1%, Calcium <1%, Phosphorous <1%.

MY HORSE DOESN’T REALLY HAVE A BAD COAT…WILL I SEE ANY BENEFITS FROM SKIN TONIC?

How does a SUPER SHINY, SUPER SOFT, and BRIGHTER COLOURED coat sound with extra dapples? Coupled with a faster-growing thicker mane and tail? Interested? If yes, then YES you will see benefits! 

CAN I FEED SKIN TONIC ALONGSIDE OTHER SUPPLEMENTS?

Yes, all of our NAKED HORSE supplements can be taken together in harmony or singularly. If your horse is under vet supervision then we do advise that you check with them beforehand. 

MY HORSE HAS REALLY SENSITIVE SKIN, WILL HE BE OKAY ON THIS?

Yes, in fact, his skin will thrive! SKIN TONIC has been developed to help skin become less reactive. On top of that, your horse will reap all the other benefits of SKIN TONIC to transform his skin, coat, mane, and tail! 

MY HORSE HAS DEVELOPED WHITE SPOTS IN HIS COAT, I SUSPECT IT'S A COPPER DEFICIENCY. CAN SKIN TONIC HELP WITH THAT?

Yes! SKIN TONIC will deliver readily assimilated copper nutrients directly into your horse. As well as this, your horse will see a full coat transformation from the rest of the beauty bestowing ingredients inside! 

MY HORSE SUFFERS FROM ITCHY FLAKY SKIN, WILL SKIN TONIC HELP HIM?

Yes! SKIN TONIC will first work to balance and restore his skin. When his skin is healthy and hydrated, it will then set to work on creating a full coat transformation that is less reactive, super shiny, hydrated, brighter coloured and with clearer dapples!

WHY IS SKIN TONIC A LIQUID?

A liquid form is readily assimilated and therefore is quickly absorbed in the tissues of your horse’s mouth and throat, providing skin support in as little as 10 days. Powdered or pill forms must go through the entire equine digestive tract, breaking down the product and taking far longer for any remaining available active ingredients to get into the skin.

LIQUID VS POWDERS

 

Based on clinical studies, not all the vitamins that you take are absorbed. It is the same for horses too, a lot of the vitamins we feed them end up going to your muck heap!

Liquid vitamins show an absorption rate of 98% while powders/capsules/solids can range from only 3 to 30%.

The National Advisory Board states that 100mg consumed in a solid form (tablet/capsule/powder) translates into a concentrate of only 8.3mg or 8.3% in the blood. Not only are liquids more efficiently absorbed, but they are also absorbed faster as they're readily assimilated. (PH Bennett, S Haffner, BL Kasiske, WF Keane, CE, National Advisory Board, - Am J Kidney Dis, 1995)

The Physician's Desk Reference states that 85-90% of nutrients in a liquid supplement are absorbed in 22-30 seconds.
Physician's Desk Reference (page 1542, #49)

You see, it's not just about 'what's in' your supplements, but it's how they're going to be used!

 

ROXY
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW ROXY GOT THESE RESULTS IN ONLY 4 WEEKS.

MONTY
SWEET ITCH TREATMENT IN 4 WEEKS
CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

RODNEY
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW RODNEY GOT THESE RESULTS IN ONLY 4 WEEKS.

GIOVANNI
3 MONTHS ON SKIN TONIC.
CLEAR, DEFINED DAPPLES.
THIS VIDEO WAS TAKEN IN APRIL 2022, AFTER A DUSTY ROLL.

MAXINE
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ROXY'S RESULTS

CARTER ROUGE
ONE MONTH ON SKIN TONIC
SUPER SHINY, RICH CHESTNUT COLOUR