The sooner you can detect rain rot, the sooner you can spare your horse extended discomfort and extended damage to the hair follicle. Once you suspect rain rot, begin
How is Rain Rot Treated?
Day 1 – To treat rain rot on your horse, apply Equiderma Skin Lotion
liberally. Resist the urge to pick the scabs, as they are very painful and can bleed. Equiderma Skin Lotion assists you in debriding these scabs easily and painlessly. Just apply and leave on.
Day 2 – Gently shampoo the area with Equiderma Neem Shampoo
and rinse well. Scabs will come off easily and rinse away. You'll notice an improvement in skin health from the first treatment. Reapply Equiderma Skin Lotion and leave on.
Day 3 – Reapply Equiderma Skin Lotion and leave on. At this point, treatment is complete. You will likely notice hair regrowth and a cessation of infection and inflammation.
How Long Does It Take For Rain Rot To Heal?
As mentioned, the earlier you can detect rain rot, the easier it will be to treat and the more quickly you will see it resolved. It is imperative that you begin treatment as quickly as possible. Leaving it to heal on its own will cause more damage than if the condition was treated right away. With treatment, rain rot usually takes one to four weeks depending on the severity of the case. The more quickly you can treat it, the sooner it can begin healing, which will minimize the damage and the severity of the condition.
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